17-19
AUGUST
2023
Ulan-Ude, Republic of Buryatia

Discussion panel 2.

The Worlds of Buddhism: Unity in Diversity

broadcast:
Moderators:
Institute of Asian and African Countries, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia, Moscow)
Acting Chief Editor of the National Encyclopedia of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka, Colombo)
Keynote speakers:
1. Purevsuren Byambakhishig, Institute of Philosophy, Mongolian Academy of Sciences (Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar). Basis of Spiritual Unity and Identity of Mongolians. Buddhism and Multireligious Challenges Today.

2. Dao Jian, Rector of the Chongqing Huayan Temple (China), Dean of the Chongqing Buddhist Academy, Chairman of the Chongqing Huayan Cultural and Educational Foundation (PRC, Chongqing). Traditional Buddhism and the Challenges of Modernity

3. Manic Ratna Shakya, Lumbini Buddhist University (Nepal, Lumbini). Opportunities and Challenges of Buddhism in Nepal.

4. Vetluzhskaya Lidia Leonidovna, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Vajrayana Buddhism in China: Paths of Transformation.

5. Storozhuk Alexander Georgievich, Faculty of Oriental Studies, St. Petersburg University (Russia, St. Petersburg). Folk Ideas about Afterlife Ordeals in the Tradition of Chinese Buddhism.

6. Spaldon Jegmet, University of Ladakh, (India, Leh). Buddhism and Modernization in Buryatia and Ladakh: A Comparison.

7. Fesyun Andrey Grigorievich, Institute of Asian and African Countries, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia, Moscow). Amidism, One of the Main Trends in Modern Japanese Buddhism.

8. Ranjana Devamitra Sinasinghe, Acting Editor-in-Chief of the National Encyclopedia of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka, Colombo). The study of Buddhism in Sri Lanka in Russia: History and Modernity.
Participants:
1. Balchindorzhieva Oyuna Bairovna, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Belief in Guanyin (Guanshiyin) as a Cultural Phenomenon in China.

2. Dorzhigushaeva Oyuna Vladimirovna, East Siberia State University of Technology and Management (Russia, Ulan-Ude), Adygbay Chechek Ondarovna, Tuvan State University (Russia, Kyzyl). Influence of Buddhism on the Ethno-Ecological Ethics of the Peoples of Central Asia: Example of the Republic of Tuva.

3. Nasibulina Anastasia Sergeevna, East Siberia State University of Technology and Management (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Buddhism as a Philosophical Basis for Environmental Ethics in Japan.

4. Tsybikova Badma-Khanda Badmadorzhievna, Institute of Mongolian Studies, Buddhology and Tibetology, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Mythological Components in the Buddhist Ritual Practice for the Protection of Human Life (Based on the Materials of the Expedition).

5. Gomboev Bair Tsyrempilovich, Institute of Mongolian Studies, Buddhology and Tibetology of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Buddhist Religious Traditions at Nanshan Monastery (Wutaishan, China).

6. Martynov Pavel Vasilievich, editor of the telegram channel "In the Heart of Asia". (Novosibirsk, Russia). The Kagyu Buddhist School in China: Experience and Problems of Tradition Transmission.

7. Karymshakova Tatyana Gennadievna, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude). Buddha Changes the Religious System: The Three Directions in Buddhism.

8. Yon Seng Yeath, President of the Cambodian Monastic Western Regional Sangha (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)

9. Mugunuwela Anuruddha Thero, General Secretary of All Island Buddha Sasana Council of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka, Colombo)

10. Wimal R. Gamage, Chief Internal Auditor of the Ministry of Culture for Religious and Buddhist Affairs of Sri Lanka

11. Myamdavaa, Head of the Center for Indian Studies in Mongolia, World Center for Peoples of Mongolian Descent

12. Atanu Pradhan, Secretary General, Mogalmari Buddhist Association, West Bengal, Secretary General of the Mogalmari Buddhist Association (India, Calcutta)

13. Thuan Tue Wang, Director of the Institute for Religious Studies of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City)

14. Xoang Van Chung, Head of the Department of Buddhist Studies, Institute for Religious Studies of the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City)

15. Halder Abhijit, Director General of the International Buddhist Confederation (India, Delhi)

16. Chelyudskikh Dmitry Vladimirovich, Bhikku (Thailand, Bangkok)

17. Rajratna Ashok Ambedkar, President of Buddhist Society of India. (India, Mumbai)

18. Punthasane Phra Paron, Banzarov Buryat State University (Russia, Ulan-Ude)

19. Rajbhandari Dina Nath, Vice-President of the Society for Friendship and Cooperation with Nepal (Russia, Moscow)

Partners

Supported by the Roskongress Foundation