Venerable Bhikkhu Sanghasena of India gets honoured by Bharat Kirtiman Alankaran
Venerable Bhikkhu Sanghasena, the Founder of Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre (MIMC) Leh, Ladakh was honoured by Bharat Kirtiman Alankaran for matchless contribution in fields of spirituality and meditation awareness in an award function at Marriott Hotel in Indore (Central India). The ceremony was graced by international personalities and other prominent guests. This was informed by Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court Advocate (President, World Book of Records).
Significantly, Venerable Bhikkhu Sanghasena was born in the remote Himalayan region of Ladakh – an ancient state located in the far north west of India, high on the Tibetan plateau. He was brought up within a deeply religious family, amongst people who followed the ancient Buddhist traditions and believed in peacefulness, humility and innocence as the natural way of life. At the age of seventeen he joined the Indian Army, where he developed a strong sense of personal discipline and responsibility.