Empowering Youth through Buddhist Education

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Arvind Kumar Singh


This paper focus is on how we can empower youth through Buddhist education.
It looks at some of the environmental factors and external pressures that the youth of
today have succumbed too. It looks to proves that not only that the empowerment of youth is
possible through Buddhist education; it also proposes that thought the empowerment of the
youth, peace in society is a very tangible goal. The researcher has identified and given a brief
synopsis of numerous Buddhist Sutta that he believes are most suited to the empowerment
of today’s youth.


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Singh, A. K. (2018). Empowering Youth through Buddhist Education. The Journal of International Association of Buddhist Universities (JIABU), 11(3), 298–310. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/Jiabu/article/view/219240
Author Biography

Arvind Kumar Singh, School of Buddhist Studies and Civilization Gautam Buddha University, INDIA

Head & Assistant Professor
School of Buddhist Studies and Civilization
Gautam Buddha University, INDIA
Email: arvindbantu@yahoo.co.in & arvinds@gbu.ac.in


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