The founder of Ambedkar Social Welfare Mission was brought up in a religious family amongst people who followed ancient Buddhist traditions. His core beliefs are rooted in peacefulness, humanity, and innocence as a way of life.
After receiving full Ordination, Danmmananda Bikkhu undertook the study and teaching of the Dharma enthusiastically, while becoming skilled at various types of Buddhist Meditation.
In 2009 Venerable Dhammananda Bhikku founded the Ambedkar Social Welfare Mission as a way to help care for the helpless and needy people. Since then, he has worked tirelessly. The mission is a place of safe shelter and refuge for orphans and destitute children. They provide access to high-quality education, health care, self-sustaining farming, and many other humanitarian services.
He has distinguished himself as a charismatic and highly energetic social and spiritual worker over the years. He is affiliated and supported by the World Alliance of Buddhists and several other organizations. He has also been awarded and formally recognized by several international humanitarian organizations.
Ven. Dhammananda Bhikkhu.