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Rissho Kosei – kai Bangladesh. THE SAKKHAMUNI BUDDHA. NAMU MYOHO RENGA-KYO NAMU MYOHO RENGA-KYO NAMU MYOHO RENGA-KYO. Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh.

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    1. Rissho Kosei – kai Bangladesh

    2. THE SAKKHAMUNI BUDDHA NAMU MYOHO RENGA-KYO NAMU MYOHO RENGA-KYO NAMU MYOHO RENGA-KYO

    3. Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh • Rissho Kosei-kai believes that true peace can come about only through cooperation among religions, organized groups, and individuals around the world. Members are dedicated to working for a world in which people of all persuasions will be linked by bonds of friendship. Therefore, the organization tries to lay the groundwork, through confidence-building measures, for mediation between those embroiled in disputes or who have conflicting interests so that they can find common ground for cooperation. Domestically, Rissho Kosei-kai promotes appealing to politicians and citizens for the need for political reform as its members' bodhisattva practice, aimed at achieving peace and prosperity in the nation and the world. • In this connection Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh Established in1998, in 2002 a new Center opened in own land at Lalkhanbazar Chittagong. In 2003 Rev. NichikoNiwano President of Risso Kosei-kai enshrined the Buddha statue. After that followers contribute at missionary work by practicing the dharma under the guideline of Head Quarter. In 2008 Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh become Kyokai( Full Branch) and Rev. AritomiMitsuyuki appointed as a Branch minister. Now Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh has more than 80,000 members under 3 Chapter (Shibu) and 18 Sub-Branch ( Hozasho ).

    4. For doing more social work in national level Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh obtained the permission of Non Government Organization (NGO) from the Prime Minister’s Office. Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh successfully finished first country office Development Project and now working on Integrated Development project. By doing various social & welfare activities under this project such like Agro base project, Free Medical Camp in rural villages, Scholarship Program, Symposium on family Education, youth Conference, seminar etc. for the moral and economical development of the Country. On other hand as a Buddhist organization Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladeshis doing missionary work among the Buddhist community in Bangladesh.

    5. Activities • Bangladesh Prime minister H.E. Sheik Hasina is seen to greet Rev. AritomiMitsuyuki at her residence GanaBhavan as introduced by Mr. AshokeBarua, the Head of Mission Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh on the occasion of Buddha Purnima on May 26, 2010.

    6. Honorable President of Bangladesh Mr. ZillurRahman is seen to greet Rev. AritomiMitsuyuki at his Office BangaBhavan as introduced by Mr. AshokeBarua, the Head of Mission Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh on the occasion of Buddha Purnima on May 27, 2010.

    7. Family Education Symposium Honorable Minister Ministry of Industries of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Mr. DilipBarua delivered his Speech on the occasion of Family Education Symposium.

    8. Rev. Miyoko Maruyama Head Tokyo Family education Research Institute is the Regular Keynote speaker of the Family Education Symposium.

    9. Welcome to Chairman of Rissho Kosei-kai HQ. Japan by the Bangladesh Buddhist Association

    10. Bangladeshi Buddhist Monk Group meet with President Niwano at Japan

    11. Bangladeshi Buddhist Monk Group visit Kyamuju temple(One of the oldest temple) , kyoto, Japan

    12. Free Medical Camp:-Rev. Shoko Mizutani Head Rissho Kosei-kai International, giving speech on the occasion of Free Medical Camp.

    13. Scholarship Program:- Every month 60 poor but meritorious students are getting scholarship from Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh.

    14. Agro Base Project:-Rev. AritomiMitsuyuki distribute cow & goat to the poor people under agro base project.

    15. Participate in OeshikiFestival:-Missionary Head Mr. AshokeBarua seen to participate to the Oeshiki festival of Rissho Kosei-kai in Tokyo. Every year in October many member from Bangladesh Participate this Festival. • .

    16. Celebrating Buddha PurnimaEvery year members of Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh celebrate the Holy Buddha Purnima.

    17. Youth Conference:- Rev. Kosho Niwano designated president of Rissho Kosei-kai is seen to greet Her Excellency SyedaSajedaChowdhury Deputy Leader of Parliament on the occasion of Youth Conference.

    18. Youth Seminar's :

    19. Missionary Work:- Members of Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh are very peaceful and doing their missionary work by practicing the Buddhism in their daily life . In this picture the member are praying for World Peace.

    20. Opening session of Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh Leaders Assembly 2012

    21. Group Picture of Leader’s Assembly 2012

    22. Relief Distribution :-Members of Rissho Kosei-kai Bangladesh distributed relief flood affected area in Ramu, Ukia, Cox’s Bazar & Banskhali

    23. RamuViolance

    24. Rev. MitsuyukiAritomi visited Ramu after the atrocity on the temples and Buddhists. Also, he met Rev. SatyapriyaMahatera and expressed condolence.

    25. Rev. Watanabe exchange dialogue with Bangladesh Buddhist Associations Leaders

    26. Buddhist Conference for Peace & Harmony in Bangladesh.

    27. Participant’s of Buddhist Conference for Peace & Harmony in Bangladesh.

    28. For more details please visit www.rkkbd.org

    29. Thank You