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Minister Dr. Amunugama presents his book “Lion’s Roar” to Japanese Mahanayaka


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Minister Dr. Sarath Amunugama presented his book “Lion’s Roar – Anagarika Dharmapala and The Making of Modern Buddhism” to the Mahanayaka Thera, President, Ohtani Chohjun temple of Honganji, Kyoto, Japan when the Mahanayaka called on him at the Sri Lanka Parliament, recently. Here Minister Amunugama is presenting his book to the Japanese Mahanayaka.

 


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