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Nagpur, India

The Nagaloka institute is located in the metropolis of Nagpur in central India. This institute is a center for training in social work focused on the upliftment of disadvantaged communities. Here in Nagpur, in 1953 Dr. Ambedkar converted to Buddhism leading millions of his followers into a casteless religion where they seek equality, upliftment and inspiration. Millions of erstwhile untouchables followed him, making Nagaloka a sacred precinct for searching enlightenment and equality.

1996 - Ongoing