The Sixth Buddhist Summit World Buddhist Supreme Conference

The Sixth Buddhist Summit
World Buddhist Supreme Conference

December 8-13, 2014
The Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, The Head Temple of Nenbutsushu Buddhist Sect of Japan

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Supreme Buddhist leaders of 41 countries
across the 5 continents in the world assembled.

Propagation of Buddhism into the World
The Sixth Buddhist Summit
World Buddhist Supreme Conference

For the first time in the long history of Buddhism, the supreme Buddhist leaders of Theravada, Vajrayana and Mahayana Buddhism assembled in one hall for the First Buddhist Summit in 1998. Overcoming differences in their traditions and nationalities, they promised each other to propagate Buddhism throughout the world and the Fifth Buddhist Summit was held in 2008. The latest Sixth Buddhist Summit was held at the Royal Grand Hall of Buddhism, the Head Temple of Nenbutsushu Buddhist Sect of Japan, the sacred place for the 510 million Buddhists in the world in December 2014. It received high expectations from the world to work toward attaining world peace and serenity for humanity based on Buddhism, which is the earnest wish of all mankind.

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41 countries across the 5 continents in the world
The unity among all Buddhists in the world