Tathagat Foundation

Tathagat Foundation

अप्प दीपो भव

Meaning of Tathagat

Tathāgata (Pali: [tɐˈtʰaːɡɐtɐ]) is a Pali word; Gautama Buddha used it while referring to himself or other Buddhists in the Pāli Canon. The term is often thought to mean either “one who has thus gone” (tathā-gata), “one who has thus come” (tathā-āgata), or sometimes, “one who has thus not gone” (tathā-agata) emphasizing the principle of continuity.

Focus Areas

HOLISTIC HEALTH

The principle of Holism is based on perceiving things as a complete whole and not as separate components. Holistic Health is an approach to life that considers multidimensional aspects of wellne…

HOLISTIC EDUCATION

Holistic Education is a movement that seeks to engage all aspects of the learner, including mind, body, and spirit, focussing on comprehensive learning. Holistic Education covers all the pivotal…

SPIRITUAL WELLBEING

A calm mind is able to perceive peace and walk on the path of the ultimate truth. For thousands of years, meditation has been linked with something sacred, a way of connecting to the greater for…

History of Yoga

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