This is part five of the Buddhist Intellectual Collective India Archeology Lecture Series.
The Pattern of the Spread of Buddhism: Evolution of Buddhist Archaeological Sites with Mangesh Dahiwale
In ‘The Pattern of Spread of Buddhism’ Mangesh Dahiwale (INEB Executive Committee member) offers an insight into factors leading to spread of Buddhism such as the emergence of powerful Naga Kingdoms, the development in the Ganges belt, international trade & commerce, cosmopolitanism, education & learning, equisite art, promotion of health, and so on.
Mangesh Dahiwale (INEB Executive Committee member) tells the story of the rediscovery of the great Indian Buddhist emperor Ashok and his influence through archeaology and Indian history.
In session two of the Buddhist Intellectual Collective India lecture series, Mangesh Dahiwale (INEB Executive Committee member) explores the use of symbols and iconography in the Buddhist tradition.
In this first session of the Buddhist Intellectual Collective India Lecture Series, Mangesh Dahiwale, INEB Executive Committee member, offers reflections and insights into the central role of Stupas in the Buddhist tradition and their semiotic relevance to the path of enlightenment itself.