It has become inevitable for all of us to adopt Buddha’s thoughts: UoM VC

Mysuru, May 26, 2021 ( “Bhagwan Buddha’s thoughts have failed to reach the world which is presently facing the Coronavirus, and the society is facing danger and challenge. Democracy which was the dream of Buddha has still not been created. Hence, it has become inevitable every one of us needs to adopt his thoughts,” opined Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, University of Mysore.
He inaugurated a special online lecture program on the topic, “Buddha’s Consciousness for the health of present society,” organized by the Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Research Center, University of Mysore, on the occasion of 2565 Buddha Poornima today. In his address, he said, “Buddha had won the hearts of all the people in the world. But a virus that is not visible to the naked eye created by human beings today has made the entire world stop. We should understand how cruel hearts exist on this earth. Human beings should come out of this,” he added.
Dr. Kalyana Siri Banteji, Registrar Prof. R. Shivappa, Prof. J. Somashekar, and others were present.
Keywords: University of Mysore/ Prof. G. Hemanth Kumar/ Buddha Purnima/ special online lecture