Ven.Mother Park of Korea felicitated by Dr. Ambedkar International Award 2012 at Nagpur (India)

* Ven. Mother Park Chung Soo, Minister of Won Buddhism of Korea has been felicitated by Dr. Ambedkar International Award 2012 at Nagpur (India) on 22nd March 2012.

* Prof. Dr. Yashwant Manohar, Prof. Ranjeet Meshram, Prof. Dr. Prakash Kharat, Er. J S Patil, Wamanrao Somkuwar, Gunwant Devpare, Prakash Tagde has been felicitated by Jeewak National Awards 2012 too.

          An eminent organization named Jeewak Welfare Society has organized "Dr Ambedkar International & Jeewak National Award 2012 Ceremony" at Press Conference Auditorium Nagpur (India) on 22nd March 2012. Most eminent personality,Minister of Won Buddhism of Korea & Noble Peace Award nominated Ven. Mother Park Chung Soo has been felicitated by "Dr. Ambedkar International Award 2012" by the hand of Dr. Milind Jiwane (President of Jeewak Welfare Society) , Dr. Pankaj Chande (Vice Chancellor of Kavi Kalidas Sanskrit University) & Er. Moreshwar Meshram (Film Producer).

           On that ceremony, Prof. Dr. Yashwant Manohar (Life Time Jeewak National Literary Award), Prof. Ranjeet Meshram (Life Time Jeewak National Journalist Award), Prof. Dr. Prakash Kharat (Jeewak National Teacher Award), Er J S Patil (Jeewak National Labour Award), Hon. Charandas Somkuwar (Jeewak National Social Award), Hon. Gunwant Devpare (Jeewak National Industrialist Award), & Hon. Prakash Tagde (Jeewak National Special Award) has been felicitated by Jeewak National Awards 2012.

            Mrs. Vandana, Organizing Trustee

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Comment by caroline brazier on April 6, 2012 at 21:48
Good to read about your work. Do tell us more about what Mother Park Chung Soo does
Comment by Dr. Milind Jiwane on April 8, 2012 at 18:42

Dear Carolone,

            Ven. Mother Park Chung Soo of Korea is one of the Powerful personality of South Korea. There were near about 15 powerful personalities. She established her Won Buddhism regional centers in some countries. She has given financial assistance to needy incidences and some centers. You can see details on her in Google or Yahoo search engine.  Her name has been nominated for Noble Peace Award.

           With regards.

Comment by caroline brazier on April 8, 2012 at 22:15

She sounds an impressive person. Wonderful you could honour her in this way

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