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Kerala Mahabodhi Mission

Address: Prabath Building Priyadharsini Road,Palakkad-Dist,Kerala pin:678001   Palakkad Kerala 678001
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 9400742264
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Teacher: Dr. Rajanandha Moorthi  
Main Contact: N.HARIDAS BODH  Email  (Phone: 91-9400742264)
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Vision To have Open Arms is to be open to everyone in the general community, to build bridges of understanding and to act compassionately towards all humanity, whether Buddhist or non-Buddhist.


This program promotes care for our environment and mindful living.

Eco-living means eco-sustainable living, or living in harmony with people and our environment in the long-term. It is based on under-standing of the interdependence of all life on Earth and respect for all species we share this planet with.

 The theme for our Education Program is Values and Life Skills.

Our approach to teaching Dharma to young people is based on the theme Values and Life Skills. This means that there is less emphasis on memorising what’s in a book and more on teaching the basic values exemplified by the Buddha’s life. Class time shows how the Buddha’s teachings can be used as life skills in day-to-day situations to solve “life problems”.

The Humanitarian Care Project is a catalyst for any activity which helps to relieve suffering.

We live in a turbulent age in human history, when the number of humanitarian disasters seems to be increasing. Disasters cause suffering and destroy the fabric of society.

Assisting the aged, the sick, the terminally ill and those in the corrective services system.

Koickalethu Buddhist Temple

Address: Koickalethu, Vetticode(PO) Pallickal, Kattanam Kayamkulam   Alappuzha Kerala 690503
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
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Koickalethu Buddhist Temple is situating at Vetticode in Alappuzha District

Nearest Airport
Kochi (Cochin) 130 Kms
Trivandrum - 125 Kms

Railway Station (Kayamkulam) - 12Kms

Labsum Gomdrub Ling International Buddhist Insitute

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
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His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s new vision for the future of Buddhist study and practice…

Labsum Gomdrub Ling, “The Institute for Cultivating the Three Higher Trainings”, is an international Buddhist institute currently in development, which will bring all the Buddhist traditions of the world together, in India the land of the Buddha.

Under expert guidance from His Holiness the Dalai Lama (LGL’s Patron) and other great scholars, this vision is being developed into a comprehensive curriculum, which will:

·         Build a bridge between all Buddhist traditions and nationalities

·         Offer in-depth, intensive intermediate and advanced-level study and practice of all the Buddhist traditions, initially in four root Buddhist language mediums - Tibetan, Chinese, Sanskrit and Pali - as well as English, and eventually in other traditions, such as Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, etc
·         Explore the relationship between Buddhism and science, health, psychology, and other religious and philosophical traditions         
·         Create a truly non-sectarian approach, returning to the texts common to all schools of Buddhism: the Buddha’s own words (sutras) and the original Indian commentaries (shastras)
·         Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Nalanda Buddhist University, using  tools of logic and reasoning to critically examine the teachings and stimulate open debate, questioning and deeper learning
·         Be delivered from a modern perspective, taught by a diverse range of scholars and practitioners, all expert in their field
·         Be set in a comfortable, modern campus designed to meet the needs of international students – nuns, monks, and lay people of all nationalities and traditions.

Your Part in His Holiness the Dalai Lamas Vision...

Currently Labsum Gomdrub Ling is a small, but growing group of international volunteers in need of many more partners, ideas, volunteers and donations to turn His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s vision into reality.

Therefore, Labsum Gomdrub Ling is currently seeking ideas and input from members of the community about all aspects of the institute and invites you to:
1.      Learn more about His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Founding Vision at
2.      Share your ideas about how to best implement that Vision in LGL’s Facebook Discussion Forum -- Your ideas are important and very much appreciated!
3.      Sign up for regular email updates via the LGL Community Email List.
4.      Tell your friends and contacts about LGL (a sample email is available at www.
5.      Please see for information about how to get involved and about urgently needed volunteers and donations. 

As LGL builds a large and diverse community of people, each of whom plays a part in bringing His Holiness’ vision into reality (from offering one idea or one dollar, to offering full-time volunteer service) it’s an exciting time and we hope you’ll join us!

For more information and to join the LGL Email List for regular updates…
Facebook Discussion Forum at: Labsum Gomdrub Ling International Buddhist Community

Laxdip Bauddha Vihar

Address: Siddhartha Nagar Society, pop. I. T. I. Bhiloda(Nr. Dev ni Nori) , Gujarati, India   Bhiloda 383245
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
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Teacher: Mrs. Pravinaben N. Desai  
Main Contact: Mrs. Priyanka G. Priyadarshi  Email  (Phone: 9409338515)
Spiritual Director: Ms. Dr. Vishaldev Saheb  Email  (Phone: 9428966969)

Lord Buddha Trust

Address: 16/383 Trilok Puri Delhi, NDelhi 110091   East Delhi NDelhi 110091
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Theravad
Phone: 09210122842
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Main Contact: Amar Visharat  Email  (Phone: 09210122842)
Teacher: Dhammashil  
Spiritual Director: Bhadant Dhammanand  Email  (Phone: 09210122842)
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Lord Buddha Trust (LBT)is charitable organization founded with the objectives of imparting Buddhist philosophy, besides the cause of human rights, self respect, brotherhood, Love, peace, Equality, progress and dedicated for the welfare and happiness of people irrespective of religious, cast ,race, colour or sex. Since its very inception the society as been actively engaged in rendering various spiritual and humanitarian service. Lord Buddha Trust (LBT) is based in India although working in another country of Asia. Lord Buddha Trust is creating an environment of Dhamma era in India.

 Our Activities

  - Education (School, college, Hostel)

  - Health - Rehabilitation (old age Home & orphanage Center),

  - Seminar, Rally

  - To open Meditation Center.

 – To open Buddha Temple & Monastery, Stupa, Museum

 - Dhamm Carva (Dhamm March for peace)

 - Dhamma Prakashan (Dhamma Publication) (Distribution free Buddhist material )

 - Dhamma Dikhsa - Fellowship for Dhamma Sevak/ - Dhamma Sevika

 - Dhamma Cultural Awareness Program

 - Dhamma Non Formal School Project

  - Fight for Dignity & Human Rights Project

   Please reply positively for a social cause

  Thanks with Maitri

  Amar Visharat, Charman Lord Buddha Trust

  16/383 Trilok Puri, New Delhi

 Pl. visit Website:

 Phone. 09210122842

Lumbini Buddha Vihara Trust

Address: Dubba, Nizamabad - 503 002, Telangana.   Nizamabad Andhra Pradesh 503002
Tradition: Theravada, Ambedkarite Buddhism
Phone: 0091-9160164617
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President: P. Babu  (Phone: 0091-9603072666)
Gen. Secretary: B. Ashok  (Phone: 0091-9959206077)
Main Contact: Ranjith Sutari  Email  (Phone: 0091-939106201)
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SHILA          SAMADHI          PRAJNA
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambuddhassa
Lumbini Buddha Vihara Trust is a organization run by Buddhist community of Nizamabad. Dhamma Vandana (Paying homage) will be organised on every Sunday at Vihar. 

Special programs will be conducted on many buddhist occasions.

Maha Bodhi Society (Bangalore)

Address: 14 Kalidasa Road  Gandhinagar, Bangalore Karnataka 560009
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 91-80-22250684
Fax: 91-80-22264438
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Main Contact: Ven.Ananda  Email  
Teacher: Venerable Acharya Buddharakkhita  
Spiritual Director: Venerable Acharya Buddharakkhita  Email  
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The senior Teacher is Venerable Acharya Buddharakkhita, assisted by Ven.Ananda, Ven.Vinayarakkhita, Ven.Aggadhamma, Ven.Dhammaloka.

SANGHARAMA: A Bhikkhu Training Center where motivated young men are given intensive training to qualify as capable and experienced teachers of Dhamma and Meditation.  

RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL: About 500 boys and girls are being brought up in the residential school which provides free boarding, loading, education and health care. The boys in addition to going through the standard syllabi are given training in moral behavior, fundamentals of Dhamma, chanting and meditation, gardening and cooking etc.

MEDITATION CENTER: The Society’s shrine room is used as a Meditation Hall. This Meditation Center has given practical training to a large number of people in calmness as well as in insight meditations. Residential meditation courses are conducted for intensive training.

SUNDAY DISCOURSES: The Teaching of Buddha is explained in its ethical, psychological and philosophical aspects, and stress is laid on its applicability in daily life. Every Sunday from 9:30 to 11: 30 AM. and every third Sunday is meditation retreat. Abhidhamma classes are conducted on Saturdays and Sundays.

PUBLICATIONS: The Society published a large number of books and tracts in English and Kannada language. A monthly magazine DHAMMA in English and BUDDHA DHARMA in Kannada language (South Indian language of 45 million people of Karnataka state) are also brought out. The MBS also distributes books free of cost all over India.

LIBRARY: The library has a collection of over two thousand books, adequate for a detailed study of the Dhamma and to enable research in Buddhology. Books on other religious are also available for comparative study. The Tipitaka is available in five different scripts.

MAHABODHI ACADEMY FOR PALI AND BUDDHIST STUDIES: At present the academy is running 2 years Diploma in Buddhist Studies course over correspondence. The work is going on to start higher programs and to upgrade the Academy to Lord Buddha University of Pali and Theravada Buddhism.

Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre (MIMC)

Address: Postal address: Devachan, PO Box 22, Leh, Ladakh - 194101, India and Ven.Kushok Bakula Rinpoche  leh 194101
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Maha Bodhi Society, Bangalore, South India
Phone: +91-1982-264372
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Contact: Bhikkhu Sanghasena and S.Chosphel Sudhamma  
Teacher: Ven. Bhikkhu Sanghasena  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Acharya Buddharakkhita Maha Nayaka Thera  
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The Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre (MIMC) was founded by Ven. Sanghasena in the year 1986. The MIMC is a registered, charitable, non sectarian organisation working in the field of education for poor and orphan children, medical care for the needy patients, home for the aged and destitute, interfaith harmony, literacy and empowerment for elderly women and many other socio-charitable activities. The NGO is also affiliated to many leading organisations world wide.

Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre (MIMC) Main Office, Ladakh

Address: Devachan, P.O.Box 22, Leh, Ladakh - 194101, India  
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 91-1982-44025 / 44155
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MIMC Delhi Office:
Postal address: A-116, 2nd Floor, Arjun Nagar, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi - 110001, India
Tel: 91-11-6165017, Fax: 91-11-6162978 / 6164444

Meditation Courses:

Ladakh, a land of enchanting beauty and tranquility, is a paradise for meditation and yoga practices. With its established reputation, experience and expertise, MIMC offers numerous residential and non-residential meditation courses.

A variety of free meditation courses such as Vipassana, Zen and Tibetan are conducted every summer ranging from 2 to 10 days at the main Devachan Centre. Twin shared rooms with modern amenities are available at the Centre for Rs 200 - 500 per night including vegetarian meals. Evening meditation classes are held at the sub-Centre at Changspa in Leh as well as over the weekend at the Devachan Centre. An additional attraction offered by the Centre is the Milarepa Meditation & Trekking Camp, a retreat program in beautiful remote valleys for those seekers who wish to experience the splendor of both inner and outer realms.

Mahabodhi Society of India

Address: 4A,Bankim Chatterjee Street,Kolkata 700073   Kolkata 700073
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +91-33-22415214,
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Spiritual Director: Ven.P Seewalee Thero  Email  (Phone: +91-33-22415214)
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The Maha Bodhi Society of India established in 1891 is a charitable, non-profit Buddhist Organisation, dedicated to fulfill the Missions and Visions of its Founder - Bodhisattva Anagarika Dharmapala, and for the propagation of the Message of the Buddha on love, compassion, non-violence and peace towards all beings without any discrimination of caste, creed, religion or nationality.

Mahabodhi Vihar

Address: PAGOLU ROAD, CHALLAPALLI,KRISHNA DIST.  Challapalli Andhra Pradesh 521 126
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 0091-9866249972
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MR: MEKA SIVAYYA  (Phone: 0091-8671-222927)
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Mahasthvir Chandramani Buddhist Vihar

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +91- 9975002491
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Main Contact: PRASHANT JADHAV  Email  (Phone: +91-9975002491)
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Mahasthvir Chandramani Buddhist Vihar is a registered, non-profit, public charitable trust working towards its objective of Helping People Help Themselves by making the disadvantaged self-reliant and thereby enabling them to lead a life of dignity.

We are a charitable Organization established in 1965 (Regi No: BPT AE/832) with the main objective of reviving the compassionate teachings of the Buddha in the land of its origin, India and to put into practice the precious teachings of the Buddha through selfless service programs.

Our Trust is dedicated for the welfare and happiness of people irrespective of religion, race, colour or sex. Since its very inception the Society has been actively engaged in rendering various spiritual and humanitarian services.

The thought process behind our Buddhist Vihar is that quality education is the only medium that can improve the living standards of the poor people. It is the most powerful tool, which can equip them to make informed and intelligent choices about their lives and in future our Vihar believes that education is the only weapon to fight poverty and truly empower the children who tomorrow will be the face of India.


Address: Office-168 Buddhabhoomi Mahavihar,Chunabhatti,Kolar Road,Bhopal MP   Bhopal 462017
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: The Buddhabhoomi Dhammadoot Sangha Madhya Pradesh
Phone: +919826929578
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Seema Ramoshi ,: Premlata Siloriya ,  Email  (Phone: Prabha Shende ,)
Sushila Gajbhiye ,: Padma Sirsat ,  Email  (Phone: Jaya Mothgade ,)
Teacher: Panchasheela Ganvir  
Main Contact: Vandana Multaikar  Email  
Spiritual Director: Ven.Bhadant Shakyaputra Sagar Thero  Email  (Phone: +919926220408)
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Purpose:- To promote all the acts responsible for the welfare of mankind. To help disabled, patients, weaker sections of society, development of animals and social services to organize conferences and sammelans for public welfare. Center (meditation) for health, establish general libraries, schools for poor students and establish the offices of the Institute for benefit of common man to establish national integration. To develop moral and ethical properties in the human being to honour and award the knowledgeable person and helpful person in the field of social work.

Maitriyana Buddhist Community

Address: Buddha Bhoomi Foundation (Regd.), Ashokvan Buddha Vihar, Ashok Nagar, Waldhuni, Kalyan, Mumbai, Maharahstra   Maharahstra 421 301
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Maitriyana Lineage
Affiliation: United Buddhist Nations Organization
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Main Contact: Master Yan Maitri-Shi  Email  
Spiritual Director: H.E. Maitreya Samyaksambuddha  Email  
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We are the Maitriyana Community of the Buddhist Nation, in order to preserve our cultural sovereignty, achieve the blessing of Liberation, maintain a sustainable development, live with humility and gratitude toward nature, help and guide the poor and oppressed.

Our International Maha-Sangha has School, Federation and also a Tribunal.

Manav Dharm Bodhi Vriksh Seva Samiti

Address: 1/536, Ambedkarpuram, Kalyanpur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India PIN- 208017   Kalyanpur 208017
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Buddhism
Phone: +91 8765192210
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Teacher: Dr Bodhi Anand  
Main Contact: Er Arun Anand  (Phone: +91 7905160932)
Spiritual Director: Dr Bodhi Anand  Email  (Phone: +91 8765192210)
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Meditation and awarrawar programme is being carried out for disciples of all spheres and customs.

Mangalagiri Buddha Vihara Trust

Address: 11-450/C1, N.C.C RAOD,MANGALAGIRI,GUNTUR DIST.   Mangalagiri Andhra Pradesh
Tradition: Theravada
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MR: KRISHNARJUNA BODHI  (Phone: 0091-9848199098)
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Medicine Buddha Bahuddeshiya Sanstha

Address: Aurangabad   Aurangabad 431001
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: NGO
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Teacher: deepak ghaytilak  
Spiritual Director: deepak ghaytilak  
Main Contact: Prashant Sarkate  (Phone: 9822399423)
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We spread the Buddhist medicine as like vipassana, Reiki, Tibetan Medicine, Chinese ,Japanese medicine at grassroots level slum in villages in Marathwada.

MAY all being happy and healthy.

Missionaries of Lord Buddha

Address: 229/1D/2A,Preetam Nagar, Jayantipur, Allahabad (UP) India  Allahabad 211011
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 0532-3256463,0-9336891792,0-9936520205
Fax: 0532-2231412
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Teacher: Poonam Sauda  
Spiritual Director: H.P.Maurya  Email  (Phone: 0532-3256463)
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The Mission Buddha was started in1999 by its founder chairman Mr. H.P.Maurya.  The vision- food, shelter and cloth for everyone, eduational deelopment, social development and economial development is embraced by every member of this mission. Deekshalaya is the Sanghas for child welfare, women development and old age peoples are being established by this mission.  The expension of Buddhism is in its real sense should be on this wonderful earth is the target of this society. Thanks

Namo Buddhaya 

Mogalmari Archaeological Buddhist Monastery

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: 2004
Phone: +919732738462
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Spiritual Director: ATANU PRADHAN  Email  (Phone: +919732738462)
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Recently discovered the great MOGALMARI BUDDHIST MONASTERY (SRI VANDAK MAHAVIHARA) (6th Century AD) by the archaeological excavation (VILL.- MOGALMARI, P.O.- NEKURSENI, P.S.- DANTAN, DIST.- PASCHIM MEDINIPUR, PIN- 721451, STATE- WEST BENGAL, INDIA). It is the largest Monastery (60m/60m) in West Bengal)
Please visit for know about this Ancient Buddhist Site.


Atanu Pradhan
Jt. Secretary
Mogalmari Archaeological Buddhist Monastery Site
Mob. No. - +919732738462

Monks Association Madhya Pradesh

Address: Buddhabhoomi Mahavihar, golden buddha statue, Chunabhatti, Kolar Road, Bhopal   Bhopal Madhya Pradesh 462016
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: The Buddhabhoomi Dhammadoot Sangha
Phone: +919009007043
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Main Contact: Ven. Bhante Rahulputra  Email  (Phone: +919009007043)
Teacher: Bhante Shakyaputra Sagar Thero  
Spiritual Director: Ven.Bhadant Sanghasen Shatri Mahatero  
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This organization is an organization of Buddhist monks of Madhya Pradesh. Buddhist monks have been organized to promote Buddhism in Madhya Pradesh.

Movement of Buddhist Trust

Address: 53-A, Gandhi Road, Griblespet, Arakkonam-631002   Arakkonam Tamil Nadu 631002
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Dr.Ambedkarism
Phone: +91 9488533660, +91 9443520787
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Spiritual Director: Rev.Bikku Mouriya Methapal  Email  (Phone: 09444510345)
Teacher: K.R.Baskaran  
Main Contact: G.Parthiban  Email  (Phone: 09488533660)
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The Movement of Buddhist Trust registered on 19-04-2004 is functioning at No : 53-A, Gandhi Road, Griblespet, Arakkonam, Vellore District, Tamilnadu

For the welfare of the poor Free General Medical Camps, Free Optholomology Camps, Awareness Camps for Diabeticians, Free Medical Camps for Testing Blood and Urine to find out Diabetic Complaints etc., are conducted by Movement of Buddhist Trust aforesaid at villages adjoining to this town for permanent solutions to diabeticians, they are trained yogasanas, they are advised to avoid or abstain from tobacco, liquor and intoxicants. Free meals are arranged for poor of the villagers. During natural  calamities such as cyclone, heavy shower of rains, Earthquakes and Ebbing tidal damages of ocean, the affected people are helped.
We have conducted Medical Camp and Free meals distribution on Every Buddha Poornima day at Bagwan Buddha Vihar, Pallur Village near Arakkonam. Every camp Five  Doctors from C.S.I. Hospital, Kanchipuram did voluntary service. Lab Testing facility was also provided. Above 3000 persons attended the camp and benefited. Medicines including vitamin tablets, tonics were distributed, other Medicines were sponsored by C.S.I. Hospital, Kanchipuram. Nearly 500 persons for selected for Eye Cataract surgery and were operated later. The operations and food were provided at free of cost by C.S.I. Hospital and our trust.
We also conduct similar Camps in Kattuppakkam Village, Kilkuppam Village,  Parameswaramangalam village, Takkolam Village, Nemili town near Arakkonam, Ganapathipuram Village & Padappai Village near Kanchipuram etc., here also nearly 8000 persons were attended and benefited.
Our Trust conducted a Diabetic Awareness Camp in Illuppaithandalam village near Arakkonam. In this camp We teach alternate medicine for diabetic ie : Yoga, Meditation & Naturopathy way of treatment to diabetic patients.

We jointly conducted Anti Tobacco Awareness Camp on every World Anti Tobacco Day in Arakkonam, In this Camp create awareness about Mouth cancer occurred due to consumption of drugs and tobaccos. 

As there is no owned place, Free Yoga and Meditation (Dhyana) Classes are conducted at Ponmani Thirumana Mandapam, Arakkonam for the past three years at 05-30 hrs. daily by the Movement of Buddhist Trust, Arakkonam.

Nagloka Foundation of India

Address: A45/2, Airport Authority colony, Sahar road, Andheri(East), Mumbai-99  Mumbai Maharashtra 400 099
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Pureland and Zen
Affiliation: Global Buddhism.
Phone: 09969580687
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Main Contact: Hemant (Nirvan) Shinde  Email  (Phone: 09969580687)
Secretary: Pratham Gaikwad  (Phone: 9920565889)
Vice President: Kapil Pathare  (Phone: 09819180341)
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Our Youth Organizations Works and Serve in Triple gems, Implementing many dhamma activity Projects especially for young generation. Our aim is to gather youth under the shelter of Dhamma, so that they may learn and practice dhamma for their own betterment and social progress.We try to Propagate all schools of Buddhism. without differentiating. But Our main school of practice is Pureland and Zen.

National Network of Buddhist Youth (NNBY)

Address: 183 Dixit Nagar, Nari Road Nagpur, Maharashtra 440 0026 India   440 0026
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +91-7122655850, +919922143599
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Teacher: Chetan meshram  
Dhammamitra: Sachin  Email  (Phone: +919096939310)
Spiritual Director: Dhammachari Subhuti  
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NNBY is group of young Buddhist, who belong from all state of India.  NNBY is committed to protect and save the Buddha’s Dhamma in Modern India. It is a network of Youth that dreams to change India through the teachings of Buddha and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar into an Ideal society based on liberty, equality and fraternity.

We would like an Indian society to be based on mutual love and friendship so that everyone has a fair chance to grow and is valued as a fellow human being.

            If we overlook the revolution of the world we found youth contributed most.   We are dedicated to “Dhamma Revolution” in India.

            Revolutions are not born on the street they raise in your mind, r world need more living heroes and you are here just in time.

            NNBY responsible for the revolution in peaceful and democratic way without bloodshed.  We want to make India a Buddhist nation once again.

Tracking the trail after 6years of organization:

It was year 2006, the 50th anniversary year of the great conversion by Dr. Ambedkar, we started our work. It was December of 2006, an excellent youth retreat was being lead by Dhammachari Subhuti. Amongst the participants of this youth retreat, an inspired young men and women’s group started to come together and in a year’s time they created the National Network of Buddhist youth.

History of last six years: It’s now six years, we are persistently trying to do our best to remain together and grow as human beings together. We struggled to do our best, raise money, organize programs, form teams, support individuals and so on. We organized National gatherings every year. We brought together youth from many different regions of India, and from all the economic backgrounds. 

We lead hundreds of one or two day’s trainings for the development of basic life skills for youth. Many benefited and are still benefiting. We trained at least a dozen young men and women who are presently conducting trainings, they come together often to help improve the quality of their trainings and support each other.

The structure of the system: Beginner – any one visiting or attending our program is known as beginner. We welcome youth from all walks of life to participate in our gatherings. They are encouraged to learn what they can. We extend our hand to them for friendship and keep an open invitation to keep engaging with us for their own benefit.

Activists – when beginners show more interest in NNBY and start helping in our activities, organize 000events in their area, we initiate them as activists, we offer tem trainings in basic Buddhist teachings and practices, understanding the message of Dr. ambedkar and various modules are offered for their personal improvements.

Leader – When activists wants to deepen their learning and wants to learn through mentoring individuals, leading groups, creating and offering their own trainings we initiate them as leaders. Leaders need to go through a raining to be effective leaders; this training is for minimum two years.

Cadre – Cadre is an Ideal member of the Network, any leader aspiring to be cadre needs to go much tougher trainings, intensify his commitment to social transformation through the practice of Buddhism and understanding of Dr. Ambedkar’s vision. He/she would be able to work in tougher conditions and are able to lead on a large scale. Cadres are expected to continuously working on their own development and work in close connection with other Cadres.

International Associations: We are constantly connected with youth and youth organizations from other countries, East and West.  We draw in various techniques, learning, methods of working with youth from Buddhist and various non Buddhist organizations who are working for the development of human values and welfare. We are also coordinating with various international organizations to create an international network for the learning and exchange of Buddhist Youth.

Small initiatives to take responsibilities in society: Running of the network itself is a large activity that benefit couple of thousand youth every year directly.  Our members are also engaged in various smallish activities to help youth in various areas. We support youth to find appropriate professional courses, to resolve their emotional, psychological conflicts. We actively work to pass on information to youth that are not easily accessible for the employment opportunities and better options for higher education.

Navodaya Buddhist Monastery

Address: Nunsuri-II,P.O. Nunsuri-I, Lunglei District.  Tlabung (Demagiri) Mizoram 796751
Tradition: Theravada, Chakma Tradition
Affiliation: Navodaya Buddha Vihar Samity
Phone: 91-9436391284
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Venerable: Sumana Jyoti  
Teacher: Ven. Sumana Jyoti  
Venerable: Punnyo Kitthi  (Phone: 91-9006294683)
Main Contact: 91-9436391284  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Pragya Jyoti  Email  (Phone: 61-0437952804)
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The Navodaya Buddhist Monastery was established in 1991. The site of land property of the Monastery was donated by Late Jugendra Chakma, former Vice-President of Nunsuri Village Council and also elder brother of Ven. Pragya Jyoti (Australia). At present, Ven. Sumana Jyoti is the Chief Abbot of the Monastery who is a nephew of Ven. Pragya Jyoti (Australia). He conduct meditation in every morning and evening. On every sunday Dhamma class condut for the Children. The Monastery is run by the Management Committee of the Navodaya Buddha Vihar Samity, which registered in 1991 under the Societies Registration Act. 1860, Government of India. Its has facilities for laymen and resident monks. Excellent Meditation Hall with surrounding covered by deep forest and fairly quiet. One Guest Hall and a separate Kitchen attach with Dinning Hall. The main Monastery with attach Dhamma Hall with capacity to sit 200 peoples at a times. Minimum one Sangha (four monks) capacity to reside continuously in the Monastery. Perfect place for forest monks who like to meditate and quiet. Meditation is nothing, but only to train our own mind how to deal with different problems and situations.

Pali Path Sanstha Mumbai

Address: 92/24, B.D.D. Chawl, Worli, Mumbai   Mumbai Maharashtra 400018
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 022 24980070
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Gen. Secretary: Arvind Bhandare  Email  (Phone: 9821544380)
Teacher: P B Pisal  
Main Contact: Arvind Bhandare  Email  (Phone: 9821544380)
Spiritual Director: P B Pisal  Email  (Phone: 9323650024)
Notes and Events:

Pali Path Sanstha, Mumbai is the only Institute in Maharashtra who is devoted to the Pali language.

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