x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Injured militant apprehended, another's body found in Anantnag | Anyone Blocking Ambulance On The Road Will Now Be Fined Rs 10,000 Under New Motor Vehicle Act | One killed, two injured in mysterious blast in Kulgam | I-T raids premises of former finance minister’s son | Amit Shah visits martyr Arshad Khan's family in Kashmir, asserts the nation is proud of him | As BDO Bhalwal, ACD Jammu made payments on fake bills | Privileged Kashmir: Free DTH set-top boxes, additional 25 MBBS seats | Ticketing scam surfaces in Kokernag MC | Er Rashid 'flees' from Kashmir University, video goes viral | KCS mains left out students smell rat in selection | Karra rejects Mehooba's proposal to rejoin PDP | On Emergency anniversary, JKP creates 'emergency' in Kashmir | Give and take mechanism ruining J&K: Munish to people | | Chief guest catches police on wrong foot | Votes from Jammu-Ladakh, talks with Kashmir | BJP cheated people on name of development: Ekta Vihar residents tell Munish | Shah reviews security situation in J-K on his maiden official visit | Dwivedi reviews functioning of DIPR Jammu | Traders Federation demands enquiry against Tax deptt official | Electricity supply lines on wooden poles in Doda | Udhampur villagers dismayed with PMGSY work | JKIM stages protest against Health Deptt at Poonch | International Day for fight against drug abuse and illicit trafficking" observed | Sports Council is making mockery of "Khelo India" slogan at Udhampur: UTTA | DM Srinagar directs schools for strict adherence to bus safety rules | DC Jammu chairs Rogi Kalyan Samiti meeting at Government district hospital Gandhi Nagar Jammu | Amit takes additional charge of JKRSC at Pahalgam | Annual Baba Chamliyal Mela tomorrow, ceremonial BSF-Pak Rangers meet unlikely | AGH militant killed in Tral gunfight | DC Udhampur emphasise public to utilise benefits of 'Cancer Treatment and Management Fund for Poor' | Stone pelting incidents declined in Kashmir: MoS for Home Affairs | Hirdesh takes on-spot review of flagship schemes in rural areas | Uproot graft at top level, Shah tells J&K babus | Sanitation, drainage biggest problem in Mattoo, Friends Colony | Heaps of horse dung greet tourists at Yusmarg | Ring Road project on agenda HM; New Highway safe for forces movement | Illegal petrol pump comes up in Central Kashmir's Budgam district | Use of polythene continues unabated across state | `No demarcation of land carried out during inspection' | Stinking Mubarak Mandi complex reflects official neglect | Mirwaiz welcomes dialogue, JKLF opposes, Geelani keeps mum | SOG Jammu recovered 400 kg of Poppy Straw | A first in 3 decades: No hartal, no shutdown call in J&K during Home Minister's visit | Ajaz Jan tours Loran, asks authorities to review decision of wild life notification | PDD linemen on duty assaulted | Heat wave prevails in Jammu | Exchange Of fire In Anantanag village, reportedly militant gunned down | BSNL to provide pre-loaded SIM to Amarnath pilgrims | Two drug peddlers held in Ramban | Pregnant woman dies due to 'medical negligence' in Anantnag, inquiry ordered | Power supply to Harni village snapped, people in distress | Injustice to Jammu & Strategic naivety in Kashmir? | Forest Fire Management | Congress begging NC for alliance PDP jumps in | Back Issues  
 
news details
Batwal community celebrates Buddha Jayanti
5/18/2019 11:27:06 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, May 18: The Jammu and Kashmir Batwal Welfare Association marked the 2563rd Buddha Jayanti, the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha by the message of peace, non-violence, harmony and co-existence.
The organisation members organised a brief function in Maira Mandlik here today under the chairmanship of Association President Ex Subedar Major Romesh Sargotra, wherein the program began with worshipping of Lord Gautam Buddha and singing devotional songs.
Speaking on the occasion, R.L.Kaith said that Lord Buddha's teachings are more relevant today than that they were at the time he preached people and his followers. Buddha tried to explain people that all the sufferings of this world are simply because of our attachment to these things. It is our desires that lead us to the sufferings, so he has paved the eight fold path: Right belief, right intention, right living, right conduct, right word, right thinking, right efforts and right meditation. Kaith said that if anyone follows this path, he will be away from the common sufferings of life and living. He made people understand the real balance between extravagance and asceticism as well as luxury and simplicity. In his address, Ex Naib Sarpanch Ram Lal Lakhotra said that once we go through the preaching of Lord Buddha we will find they are extremely useful in the present day life. It gives complete peace of mind and helps any person have peace and harmony in life. The main thing is that people need to purify their minds and thoughts today and if this happens, it will bring peace and harmony in the entire world.
Ramesh Kaith said if we internalise the Buddhist philosophy, internal peace and fraternity are unavoidable. It will facilitate unity, tolerance and goodwill among all those oriented towards social development and lasting peace.
While Mr Om Parkash Sargotra said Gautam Buddha remains a symbol of pride for all and inspires all to internalise the spirit of global fraternity of Buddhist religion.
All prayed for prevalence of complete peace and communal harmony in the entire world.
Among others in the meeting were Hony Capt. Kamal Chand Motan, Ex Subedar Major Gunni Ram Kaith, Ex Subedar Baldevi Chand Sandhu, Ex Naib Subedar Babu Lal Lakhotra, Ex Havildar Des Raj Kaith, Kamal Singh, Tilak Raj Bassa and Nittin Kumar Kaith and Manjeet Singh.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU