Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Sunday 26th February 2012 Dhamma Talk

We are pleased to inform that there is a Dhamma Talk on 26th February (Sunday) after morning puja.  For your info, Puja starts at 9.15am.

Details of Dhamma Talk as below :

Topic   : Understanding & Practising Buddhism

Speaker : Uncle Daya (N.B. Dayananda)

Time    : 10am - 11.30am

Venue   : Ti-Ratana Lumbini Garden
          87, Jalan Puteri 5/7
          Bandar Puteri Puchong
          47100 Puchong

Speaker's Profile

Mr. N.B. Dayananda is a first generation Sinhalese Malaysian who grew up and was educated in Penang.

He has had a varied work life with some fifteen years as an officer in the Royal Malaysian Air Force(RMAF) and over thirty years in the business / commercial world in Sales & Marketing, Human Resources Development (HRD) and as an internationally-recognised trainer in both, and in education.  Some twelve years of the latter time he spent working out of London for the franchisees of one the world’s premier American publishers.  His work entailed total responsibility for the Company’s operations in the six Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, besides Pakistan.  He now lives in retirement in Seremban since the tragic demise of his beloved wife as the result of a failed snatch theft in Petaling Jaya in 2001.

Mr. Daya or Uncle Daya (as he is popularly known) is widely travelled.  He was a national champion in Toastmasters International, is a certified Dhamma speaker and an internationally recognised public speaker and trainer in Sales & Marketing, Motivation, Education, Dressing for Success, Communications Skills in English, Time Management, etc. 

He has been involved in Buddhist voluntary work since his late teens in Penang with the Mahindarama Buddhist Temple and its Sunday Pali School.  He has served for a number of years on the Sasana Abhiwurdhi Wardhana Society (SAWS) and is currently an invited member in the “Think Tank” of the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism.  (MCCBCHST).  He has also served the Malaysian Sinhalese community over many years through the Malaysian Sinhalese Association (MSA) having founded and edited its newsletter, “Sinhalayo.”

All are most welcome.

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