BLIA Celebrating Independence Day of India, 15th August 2007
Mr. Amrutlal Paramar
(Deputy Secretary, Human Right Commission,
Gujarat State) and other Invitee guests are
lightening the candle
(From Left) Mr Khimjibhai Sindhav, Mr
Dhanrajbhai Kaila, Dr Yogesh Maitrak,
Mr K. K. Kathiriya, Mr Arutlal Paramar,
Mr Naushad Solanki, mr Tushar Sripal
On  15th  August  2007, a Blood  Donation  Camp  was  organized at the Gandhi
General Hospital at Surendranagar. In this hospital most of  the poor people use
to get medical facilities at free of cost. And  hence  we  have encouraged people
to donate Blood  to  this hospital for the benefit of poor people. I am very glad to
say  that  we  received  very  good  response.  Most  of  the  prestigious  people
Surendranagar had donated Blood.
Mr Naushad Solanki (Shan Ye),
Saurashtra Central Gujarat Chapter
In  the  evening,  a cultural program on
the  theme “Sounds  of  Human  World-
Master  Hsing  Yun’s Buddhist  Hynm”   
was organized with the Dharma Talk at
Vankar Samaj Bhavan at
covered the history of Buddhist ancient
people   of    India.   He   had   tried   to
establish that most of the today’s Indian
communities were Buddhist in the past in his very interesting informative speech.
People those who attended the  function  had appreciated so much Mr. Naushad
Solanki’s  speech.  Mr  K.  K.  Kathiriya,  (Joint   Commission   of  Central  Excise
Department) had said in his speech about how Indian  Buddhists are suffering in
Today’s India. He  gave  many examples in reference to his speech. Mr Kathiriya
was  invited as the Chief Guest of the Function. Mr Amrutlal Parmar (Deputy Secretary of Human
Right  Commission  of  Gujarat  State)  was  invited  as  the  Inaugurator  of  the function. He had
lightened  the  candle  at  Lord  Buddha’s  Picture  and  inaugurate  the  function. Dr. Mr Yogesh
Maitrak  (Deputy   Superintending   Officer   of   Octroi   Department   of   Ahmedabad  Municipal
Dr Yogesh Maitrak
Corporation) was invited as the Guest  of  Honor  in the
function. Mr. Maitrak  has  done doctorate in Buddhism.
He gave his dhamma  speech  and  says  Humanitarian
part of  Buddhism  and Buddha’s Love and compassion.

Mr. Deven Wanvi  (Saurashtra Dalit Sangathan) was also invited as the Guest of
Honor  and   he   also   gave   his   speech  in  the  socio  economic  situation  of
Indian    Buddhist   Society.  Mr. Dhanarajbhai   kaila,   (Member   of   Legislative
Assembly  of  Gujarat   State)  and Mr Khimjibhai Sindhav was also invited as the
guest  of  honor. Mr Tushar Sripal, Secretary of BLIA Saurashtra Central Gujarat
Chapter had  conducted  the  function procedures. Mr. Mohit Vadher (Convener
of Surendranagar Unit of Saurashtra Central Gujarat Chapter) and his team had
organized this whole day event successfully.
Mr. K. K. Kathiriya
Photo Galary
Mr Dhanarajbhai Kaila, MLA
Buddha Vandana
Mr. Naushad Solanki
Buddhavandana, Blood Donation Camp

Dr. D. K. Vadher, General Surgeon
Gandhi Hospital, Surendranagar
Mr Mohanbhai Patel, Industrialist
Mr. Dhanarajbhai Kaila, MLA
Salim Jam (Singer)
Sounds of Human World Competition
at Taiwan
Little Master Vedant Solanki
Singing "There is a gift from
Lord Buddha"
Singer: Dipak Trivedi, Salim Jam
& Malti Doshi
Mr. Naushad Solanki Donates Blood
Mrs Beena Gelot
BLIA    Saurashtra   Central    Gujarat   Chapter   had   celebrated
Independence Day  of  India  on  15th  August 2007.  Our  Master
says  that  “Change  the  World and Benefit Humanity”. And  world
will  only  be  changed  with   humanitarian  activities  and  its  rich
culture.  As  we  all  know  that  India  is  the  Home Land for whole
Buddhist world. Lord Buddha born  in this  land, he walked on this
land and spread his  Dhamma  for  the  benefit  of all human kind.
Since BC 527 years India was fully Buddhist state. But during 12th
century Buddhism is disappeared from India. And then when India
became  free  from   British   Rule   on   15th  August  1947,  Lord
Buddha's Dhamma Wheel established  in  the Indian National Flag
and gave message to  whole  world   that  the  India  is  the  great  
Buddhist Country. And hence  we   have   decided   to   celebrate  
India’s Independence   Day   cause   this   day   is   not   only  the  
Indian Independence  Day  but it is truly one the biggest Buddhist
festival for the Indians. BLIA Saurashtra Central  Gujarat  Chapter
had   celebrated  this  day  with  the Master’s theme “Change  the
World and Benefit Humanity”.