"REVIVAL OF BUDDHISM IN INDIA" PROF. MANIKCHAND GAJBHIYE India is the first country; they should make the centre of their effort. No other country will yield so much as India will. The reason is clear; India is a birth place of Buddhism. It flourished India from 543 BC-1400 AD i.e. near about 2000 yrs. Although the Buddhist religion has vanished the name of the Buddha is still held in great veneration & the memory of his religion is still green. In India Buddhism may be a withered plant, but no one can say that it is dead at the root. He is regarded by the Hindus as Avatar of Vishnu. In India we do not have to restore veneration for a new prophet as Neburchnerar had to do for his God among the Jews. All that we have to do is to bring back his religion. Such easy condition for a fruitful effort cannot be found in any other country. In them there are well and long established religions & Buddhism would be regarded as an intruder without a passport. So for India is concerned the Buddha needs no passport nor does he require any Visa. In proposed Research paper 1deals primary condition for Revival of Buddhism in India I have deals primary condition in details in my Research paper that mention below. 1) The preparation of Buddhist Gospel. 2) The introduction of a ceremony like Baptism. 3) The appointment of number of lay preachers. 4) The establishment of a Buddhist religions seminary. 5) The introduction of congregational worship in the vihara every Sunday followed by a sermon. Above primary steps which is not sufficient to revival of Buddhism. But some other things that require to be done as help to propagation our campaign. In this connection I make the following condition. Building big Vihras in the important cities like Nagpur, Mumbai, Madras & Delhi and in rural areas. Establishment of some highschools & colleges in major cities like Ngpur, Madras Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta & In major Rural communities inviting the essays of Buddhist topics & giving the prize to the first four enough in values so as to attract people to make their best efforts to study Buddhist literature. The essays compitions should be open to all Indian people this is the best way of making Indian people interested in the study of Buddhism. Buddhist seminary would be started in major Indian towns like Madras, Delhi & Nagpur. The main aim of such institution would be to train preaches (Bhikhūs) for spreading the Buddhism among the common folk and student would be admitted to the seminary without considering of any caste, nationality & would undergo courses in comparative study or religions & other concerned subject. A large library with books on religion & philosophy would be another feature of the seminary. There would be classroom & dormitories for Students, Teachers & Research scholars. In this connection, final conclusion of my Research paper that, the enlightened Indian masses are sure to turn to Buddhism.