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Buddhist Compassion Relief Tze Chi Foundation (Singapore Branch)

Address: 9 Elias Road Singapore 519937  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (65) 65829958
Fax: (65) 65829952
E-mail: info@tzuchi.org.sg
Website: http://www.tzuchi.org.sg/
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Cheng Yen  
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The seedling of Tzu Chi compassionate mission, with its origin from Taiwan quietly sprouted in Singapore in year 1987. In the early days of Tzu Chi Singapore, we had Sister Liu Jing Lian from Taiwan and along with a few volunteers, they began to visit the needy and poor in the local community. Along the way, many individuals were inspired to join in the compassionate work of Tzu Chi.

On 15 August 1991, 40 volunteers from Singapore went on a root-searching trip to Tzu Chi Headquarter in Hualien, Taiwan for the first time. This has brought about the official registration of the Buddhist Tzu Chi Merits Society (Singapore Branch) two years later in September 1993. After which, the branch office put in much effort to develop the missions of helping the poor and inspiring the rich in Singapore.

Many thanks to Dharma Master Hui Qi for sparing a space for Tzu Chi brothers and sisters for meetings and activities at the Bao Guang Temple (Poh Kwan Foh Tang) in the early days.

In August 1998, the Singapore branch was officially renamed Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation. In December the same year, the branch office was relocated to Trengganu Street in Chinatown. The new office had thus become the spiritual home for local Tzu Chi people. In early 1999, Master Cheng Yen sent one of her disciples, Sister Zhang Hong Lin from Taiwan to help in the development of the Singapore branch. Tzu Chi Cultural Centre was then renamed as Still Thoughts Cultural Services (Singapore). In 2004, Jingsi Books & Café was set up adjacent to the Chinatown office as a retail outlet to continue promoting the various publications of Tzu Chi.

In early 2003, Mr David Liu, the CEO of Tzu Chi Malacca branch was appointed by Master Cheng Yen to hold a concurrent post in Singapore branch.

Abiding the Buddha’s spirit of “Great Mercy even to Strangers, Great Compassion for All”, and following the principle of “Respecting life”, Tzu Chi people in Singapore strive to carry out the “Four Missions” and “Eight Footsteps” of Tzu Chi in the local community. Besides giving financial assistance and spiritual care to the needy, in 1999, the branch office also reach out to HIV patients and their families by providing them with support and concern. The Tzu Chi Free Clinic was then set up in August 2004 to serve the senior citizens and Tzu Chi’s aid recipients in Singapore.

Since early 2000, the Singapore Branch had extended its Medical mission by holding free clinic service twice a year for the sick and poor in neighbouring Indonesian islands such as Batam, Bintan, Karimun etc. To date, more than 20,000 locals have benefited from the service. The free clinic has also inspired many local Chinese to join in as Tzu Chi volunteers, which led to the establishment of a liaison office in Batam in year 2005.

The Singapore branch office was officially relocated to its new premise at Pasir Ris in October 2005. The Tzu Chi Continuing Education Centre was launched two months later in December 2005. It was launched with the objective of having another avenue to facilitate the spreading of Tzu Chi culture and humanities via classes such as Flower Arrangement, Chinese Calligraphy, Tea Arts and Sign Language to the general public.

At the same time, activities such as inspirational talks and beach cleaning exercises were held. On top of that, there is the ongoing monthly sharing session and recycling activities with recycling points set up in different parts of the island. All of which was aimed to encourage community participation and to enhance the sense of neighborhood cohesion.

All these years, Tzu Chi Foundation helps to bridge many caring people that have hectic work schedule to render their services to the needy. In their blue and white uniforms, the Tzu Chi volunteers reach out to the darker corners of the community, bringing love and hope to the sufferings. With a vision of “purifying minds, harmonious society and a world free of disaster and suffering”, these volunteers had left beautiful footprints on their lives as well as many others that they’ve touched.


Buddhist Cultural Forum

Address: `Shradha` West Palace Road, North Bus Stand, Thrissur-680020, Kerala, INDIA   THRISSUR Kerala 680020
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 9446458276,9037271464,9037272003
E-mail: titothomask@gmail.com
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MODERATOR: Tito thomas  Email  (Phone: 9037271464)
Main Contact: Surendran.v.p  (Phone: 9446458276)
Teacher: V.G. Thambi  
Notes and Events:

WE CONDUCT MONTHLY LECTURES AND DISCUSSIONS (DHAMMA SAMEEKHSHA)

ON VARIOUS ASPECTS OF BUDDHISM.

WE CELEBRATE BUDDHA POORNIMA.

WE PUBLISH A LITTLE magazine BODDHI.

We also research in to history of Buddhism and travel to Buddhist sites.

We share the bliss of Silence.


Buddhist Fellowship

Address: No 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, Singapore 108942 (Yeo\'s Building, 2nd Floor)   108942
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +65 6278 0900
Fax: +65 6278 0102
E-mail: info@buddhistfellowship.org
Website: http://www.buddhistfellowship.org
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Spiritual Patron: Ven. Ajahn Brahmavamso  
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Buddhist Fellowship (BF) is a non-sectarian Buddhist organisation whose aim is to serve all. Its membership consists of like minded Buddhist practitioners from various traditions who share the vision of propagating the Dharma in new and creative ways whilst promoting fellowship amongst Buddhist. Buddhist Fellowship is also seen as a catalyst of positive change in the Buddhist Community. Recognising how the world has changed and yet the Dharma remains relevant, Buddhist Fellowship strives to ensure that the Dharma is propagated in contemporary language and form. Buddhist Fellowship prides itself in being an organisation that dares to be different... embarking on new, revolutionary projects and activities that benefit the community and constantly striving to meet the needs of its members.


Buddhist Gem Fellowship (BGF)

Address: D-G-2, Block D Jalan PJU 1A/3K Taipan 1, Ara Damansara   Petaling Jaya Selangor 47301
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +603-7734-7960
E-mail: info@bgf.org.my
Website: http://www.bgf.org.my
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Main Contact: Dolly Teoh (Publications)  Email  (Phone: +603-7734-7960)
Spiritual Director: The Late Ven Dr K Sri Dhammananda  Email  
Teacher: Ooi Cheng Im (Secretary  Email  
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WHO IS BUDDHIST GEM FELLOWSHIP(BGF)?

Buddhist Gem Fellowship or commonly known as BGF started in 1980’s to promote the growth of Buddhism and create a better world for all beings. We started as a “Graduate Fellowship” but change the name to “Gem” to look into growing needs of our community.

WHAT IS BGF’S HISTORY & BACKGROUND?

Every year thousands of young Buddhists graduate from universities and colleges, but their talents go untapped. This was a big loss to the Buddhist community. Without new ideas and involvement from graduates, Buddhist societies could only run routine activities that attract a small crowd.

BGF was formed to redress this problem back then. Its purpose was to gather young graduates as well as working professionals for spiritual friendship and enhance their knowledge and skills for Dhamma work. Since then, BGF has grown from strength to strength and embraces all various groups. Our roots are in the Pali Tradition and we are non-sectarian in our approach.

 WHERE WE STARTED?

We started in a single storey house in Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya and moved 6 times. Our former location for 14 years was in Section 17, Petaling Jaya (bordering SS2). We have moved for the 7th time to our new permanent home, BGF @ Ara Damansara since Wesak 2014. Come visit us!

WHAT IS BGF MOTTO, MISSION AND ACTIVITIES?

BGF plays a pivotal role to bring about the "Transformation of the Malaysian Buddhist community". Our motto is “Growing People, Inspiring the Future”. For over a quarter century, BGF has been nurturing Buddhist leaders. It organizes many programs with impact on Buddhist communities within the country as well as internationally. BGF also organizes camps for undergraduates, trains leaders to speak effectively in public, runs courses on counselling skills, and conducts training courses for Dhamma speakers. It runs weekly meditation sessions and organizes talks and public forums by local and international Dhamma speakers. Its innovative programs and approaches are adopted by other groups within as well as outside the country. Many of its early members had pioneered the formation of other Buddhist societies in the country.

HOW DOES BGF INTEND TO “TRANSFORM THE MALAYSIAN BUDDHIST COMMUNITY”?

We plan to transform the Malaysian Buddhist community through our "Eight Areas of Focus".

WHAT ARE BGF’S EIGHT (8) AREAS OF FOCUS?

We focus on eight core areas of activities that will paved the way for the transformation of the Malaysian Buddhist community. They are:

i) Buddhist Education

ii) Counselling Services

iii) Creative & Performing Arts

iv) Dhamma Propagation

v) Research and Publication

vi) Spiritual Development

vii) Training & Leadership

viii) Youth Development


Buddhist Hermitage Lunas

Address: Lot 297, Kampung Seberang Sungai 09600 Lunas, Kedah Darulaman, Malaysia.  Kedah
Tradition: Theravada, Mahasi Sayadaw
E-mail: budherm@tm.net.my
Website: http://www.buddhisthermitagelunas.org/
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Vipassana Meditation Retreats in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition.


Buddhist Pali Education and Research Trust ( R)

Address: Iramma-Nivasa SRNagar Dharwad   Dharwad Karnataka 580002
Tradition: Theravada, Trust teaches Ariano pali language, which was the language of Lord Buddha
Affiliation: BDEAINC Austrilia & UBNO Argentina
Phone: 0836 222145
E-mail: ravikumarbevinagidad@gmail.com
Website: http://www.buddhistpalitrust.com
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Ariano pali Reader: Pabbajjoravitipalivijjamuniyo  Email  (Phone: +911 944 822 4836)
Spiritual Director: Pabbajjo  Email  (Phone: +911 944 822 4836)
Dr. Ambedkar bhodisatva: Laxmana Bakkayi  Email  (Phone: +911 9481125386)
Teacher: Pabbajjopalivijjamuniyo  
Main Contact: Ravitipalivjjamuniyo  Email  (Phone: +911 944 822 4836)
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1) Trust will teach Ariano pali Language which was the language of Lord Buddha.

2) Trust will teach Ariano pali grammar in pali English and Kannada Languages.

3) Trust will teach meditation to all laymen monks and non-sectorials.

4) Trust will teach Suttas of Lord Buddha and Buddha Jatakakathas as morals.

5) Trust will do small workshop about seminar of Ariano pali for monks desiples.

6) Trust has been doing translating works since 2007 and published four books of Arianopali.

7) Literacy to children and elders who are interested this Ariano pali language to learn.

8) Buddha Dramas will play in every villages and towns to create awareness about Buddha.

9) Many Seminars are conducted since 2011 to 2017 where only subjected about History of Lord Buddha.

10) Drawings and paints of Lord Buddha Dhamma Sakka Paduma stupa,chaitya and Viharas.

11) Every year Lord Buddha Birth Anniversary will be celebrated by the Trust along with local people of buddhist and non Buddhists.

12) Ariano pali research staff will work continuously in translating the works of English pali into Ariano pali.

13) Shortly, regular school will start for UkG and LKG and primary and secondary along with local language.


Buddhist Pali Education And Research Trust (R)

Address: Iramma-Nivasa Sangollirayanna Nagar Dharwad Karnataka India   Dharwad 580002
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Buddhist pali university Srilanka;BDEF Austrilia;UBNO Canada
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Asokamaharajo & Ariano pali reader: Pabbajjoravitipalivijjamuniyo  Email  (Phone: +91 9481125386)
Spiritual Director: Pabbajjoravitipalivijjamuniyo  Email  (Phone: Girlish kamble)
Buddhism & Mariano pali script writer: Ravi.Bevinagidad  Email  (Phone: +91 9448224936)
Teacher: Pabbajjoraviti  
Main Contact: Ravitipalivijjamuniyo  Email  (Phone: Pabbajjoravitipalivijjamuniyo)
Notes and Events:

Please add these for new steps taken by trust since 2016: www.archive.org.com www.buddhistpalitrust.com


Buddhist Student Society, University Science Malaysia USM

Address: University Science Malaysia - Office of Student Representative Council, University Scence Malaysia Buddhist Society, Building E42, Mahasiswa Centre, University Science Malaysia   Minden of Penang 11800
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: University Buddhist Student Group
Phone: +6-04-6533888 ext 3497 / 99
Fax: +6-04-6581745
E-mail: chuentat@hotmail.com
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Notes and Events:

Chinese Buddhist program will be typically presented among university college Buddhist students.  This will be part of the effort to establish standard Buddhist studies as a part of elective college subject in future.  More mature young students will lead the members helping and servicing for those in need to the society as a part of leadership training program.


Buddhist Student Society, University Technology Malaysia (PMBUTM)

Address: University Technology Malaysia, HEP, UTM Skudai   Johore Johor 81310
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: University Buddhist Group
Phone: +6-07-5530262 (HEP)
E-mail: pmbutmjb-owner@yahoogroups.com
Website: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pmbutmjb/
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Notes and Events:

Chinese Buddhist program will be typically presented among university college Buddhist students.  This will be part of the effort to establish standard Buddhist studies as a part of elective college subject in future.  More mature young students will lead the members helping and servicing for those in need to the society as a part of leadership training program.

Note : Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia presented voluntary directory input for selected Buddhist societies in Malaysian universities – from Reverent Kang Chuen Tat (chuentat@hotmail.com) ]


Buddhist Study Center-Philippines

Address: #Block 6 Lot 1,Sta. Rosa Homes, Bgry. Dita, Sta. Rosa City, Laguna, Philippines.  
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: buddhist_study_center_phils@rocketmail.com
Website: http://buddhiststudycenter-phils.webs.com/
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The Buddhist Study Center-Philippines (BSC-Phils) is an non-sectarian institute committed to promulgate Buddhist studies in the Philippines. The Center provides a venue for people interested in learning more about Buddhism. A library is available. The Center offers practitioner, academicians, students and layman a wide range of books on Buddhism.


Buddhist Training Institute

Address: BUDDHA BHOOMI MAHAVIHARA. KAMPTEE ROAD, NAGPUR   NAGPUR. MAHARASTRA Maharashtra 441002
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Charity Commission of Maharastra State
Phone: 0091-9890237850, 0091-9822713166
Fax: 0091-07109-287115
E-mail: bodhanandathero@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.buddhabhoomingp.org
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Spiritual Director: VEN. DR.DR.BHADANT ANANDA KAUSALYAYAN MAHATHERA  Email  
FOUNDER: VEN. DR.BHADANT ANANDA KAUSALYAYAN MAHATHERA  
FOUNDER: VEN. DR.BHADANT SAVANGI MEDHANKAR MAHATHERA  
Main Contact: VEN. BHADANT SHIVANI BODHANANDA THERA  Email  (Phone: 0091-9890237850)
Teacher: VEN. DR.BHADANT SAVANGI MEDHANKARA MAHATHERA  
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THIS IS THE FIRST BUDDHIST TRAINING INSTITUTE IN INDIA, WHICH IS ONLY FOR BUDDHIST MONKS WITH FREE ACCOMMODATION FOR 5 YEARS. THE FOUNDING BUDDHIST MONKS ARE VEN. DR. BHADANT ANAND KAUSALYAYAN MAHATHERA AND VEN. DR. BHADANT SAVANGI MEDHANKAR MAHATHERA - BOTH STUDENTS OF VIDYALANKAR PIRIVENA IN SRI LANKA.


Buddhist Triple Wisdom Hall

Address: 5, Pangkor Road  Penang Pulau Pinang 10050
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Chinese Temple
Phone: +6-04-2264975/2269384
Fax: +6-04-2265489
E-mail: wisdom@pc.jaring.my
Website: http://www.triplewisdom.org
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Notes and Events:

Buddhist statues are available in the middle of the hall that open for chanting, praying and dharma talk especially during the first and fifteen day of the Chinese Lunar calendar.  Buddhist books and cassettes sometimes available for free donated by members.  Library and reading spaces are ready for study.

[Note : Swinburne Buddhist Society (SBS) Australia presented voluntary directory input for selected Buddhist societies in Malaysian – from Reverent Kang Chuen Tat].


Buddhist Wisdom Centre

Address: No 36 Jalan SS22/27 Damansara Jaya, Selangor   Selangor
Tradition: Theravada
Website: http://www.quantrum.com.my/bwc/
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Spiritual Advisor: Ven. Sujiva Liew  
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Meditation Sessions

• Saturday and Sunday from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm - individual practice.

•  Publisher of the "Vipassna Tribune" a journal on Vipassana meditation. There is a section on "Yogi News" where you can post your information on retreats, teachings, etc.


Buddhist Youth Group

Address: Kathmandu, Dhalko. 
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: (977-1) 215020
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Contact: Triratna Man Manandhar  


Bul-ll Dendo International Meditation Centre

Address: Kwang Sa Monastery Seung Ju Kun, 543-43 Cholla Namdo  
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean Son Zen
Phone: 130 131 132
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Notes and Events:

Facilities: available only for monks and nuns.


Bulkwang International Zen Center

Address: 642-1, bulkwangdong eunpyung-ku Seoul Korea   Bulkwangdong Seoul 122-847
Tradition: Mahayana, Korean traditional zen
Affiliation: Ilbung order
Phone: 02-355-7430
Fax: 02-353-8558
E-mail: buleun@hanmail.net
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Teacher: okho  
Main Contact: jihoo  Email  (Phone: 02-355-7430)
Spiritual Director: Kyungheo  Email  (Phone: 02-355-8775)


Center for Ambedkarite Movemental Behavior

Address: MOTRAPU AMRUTHA NAGABHUSHANAM, B.L., Advocate, H.No:11-107/5, Mittagudem, JAGGAYYAPETA - 521 175, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA   jaggayyapeta Andhra Pradesh 09346419322
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Buddhism discribe by Dr. Ambedkar
Phone: 09346419322
E-mail: motrapu.123@gmail.com
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Main Contact: amrutha  Email  (Phone: 09346419322)
Teacher: amrutha  
Spiritual Director: amrutha  Email  (Phone: 09346419322)
Notes and Events:

We are group of people who is working for the development of Buddhism and his Dhamma in this part of the land. Here in Jaggayyapeta there is a Boudha Stupa which was 2,000 years happens to be constructed by King Ashoka.  We are also feel pleased to start canvassing for the spread of Buddhism and his Dhamma.  So  I personally take much interest and start spreading the Buddhist pamphlets and trying to conduct Buddhist Dhyana (meditation) classes.

So I humbly request Buddhist people in India and abroad and across the globe to support this effort to spread Buddhism in this part of the land.  We also want to construct Buddha Vihara`s and school for untouchable children and nutrituous centre for mother and child.


Cetiya Dipa Sarana

Address: Jl. Otto Iskandardinata No. 80 Kota Tangerang  Province Banten 15000
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +622155776783
Fax: +622155767066
E-mail: dipasarana.cetiya@gmail.com
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Buddhist Teacher Member of Cetiya Dipa Sarana 2010

  1. Kurniawan
  2. Wiria Kalyana, BBA
  3. Rohedi, SAB
  4. Waliyanto, S.Ag.
  5. Subagyo, S.Ag.
  6. Christian Chandra
  7. Warsito, A.Ma.Pd.
  8. Aji Nugroho, S.Ag.
  9. Jusup Tjarmedi
  10. Shadagunawi
  11. Ria Anis Purwaningrum, S.Ag.
  12. Sri Multianingsih, S.Ag.
  13. Sumantoro, S.Ag.
  14. Mulyani, S.Pd.
  15. Juanti, S.Ag.
  16. Sobiyanto, SE


Cetiya Dipa Sarana Dharma Putra

Address: Jl. Otto Iskandardinata No. 80   Tangerang City Jakarta 15113
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Kanwil Depag Propinsi Banten
Phone: +62215525277
Fax: +6255767066
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Cetiya Dipa Sarana Dharma Putra adalah Cetiya yang digunakan oleh para siswa-siswi di Sekolah Dharma Putra untuk melakukan kegiatan praktik ibadah dengan tata cara dan tradisi Theravada dibawah pembinaan Yang Mulia Bhikkhu Sukhemo Mahathera yang lebih sering berdomisili di Vihara Jakarta Dhammacakka Jaya, Sunter, Jakarta Utara.


Chiang Rai Buddhist Group

Address: Chiang Rai Sangha College, Rittiprasath Road,   T.Wiang A.Muang, Chiang Rai 57000
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Chiang Rai Sangha College
Phone: +6653021421
E-mail: tony.macgregor@gmail.com
Website: https://chiangraibuddhistgroup.wordpress
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Spiritual Director: Phrakhru Suthee  Email  (Phone: +6653601070)
Main Contact: Tony Macgregor  Email  (Phone: +6653021421)
Notes and Events:

Chiang Rai Buddhist Group is an English-language largely expat group that meets regularly for meditation and Buddhist study. We organize meditation retreat and hold Dhamma discussion.


Chongji Buddhist Order

Address: 776-2 Kangnam-gu Yeoksam-dong   Seoul Seoul 135-928
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 82-2-508-8933
Fax: 82-2-555-1082
E-mail: kacademy@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.chongji.or.kr
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Main Contact: Bojeong  
Spiritual Director: Hyogang  
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Buddhist Chongji Order, one of the leading lay Buddhist order of South Korea, was established in 1972 as a separate organization. The foundation of Chongji Order is a historical fact in the history of Korean Buddhism which prolonged over 1,500 years. During the long journey of Korean Buddhism only few traditional order systems have been surviving where lay Buddhist’s role is less remarkably and very limited.

When Chongji Order was founded Korean Buddhism was decreasing accumulated legacy. Korean Buddhism was losing its legacy and religious zeal for its outdated order system which became irrelevant during the course of history. However, the whole social order was being modernized, and urbanized with rapid speed that was geared by Western values. In that feudalistic environment Korean monks were bound to survive and carry their inherited values. Their everyday life style and entire monastic culture was entirely different from the lay people of Korean society. Furthermore, Buddhist community had become paralyzed and even not able to understand everyday anguish and sufferings of the common mass. These circumstances provided a space for the Korean lay Buddhist order to set out the organization to proselytize the people. Moreover, the system which was near to collapsed that so called traditional Korean Buddhist orders was against of any activity organized by lay Buddhists. Chongji Order was founded in order to overcome such hindrance and motivate the common mass and find better way to proselytize the people into Buddhism.

With the mottos of “Buddhism in Everyday Life” Chongji Order thrust oneself into Korean society, and served an excellent opportunity for common people. The order built its central building not on the mountains but in the main city of South Korea, and devoted her work to modernize Buddhist rituals reflecting modern culture. The practice and teaching were also able to be led by lay Buddhist leaders. With all these changes, the order made great achievements since its foundation. Presently, the order has become one of the five major Buddhist orders of Korea, having thirty six centers with thousand of followers. Chongji Order have also established a foundation for education and welfare, and running a middle school and welfare centers. Chongji Order is also focusing on the other areas. This order has been co-founder of the Buddhist Broadcasting System and Buddhist Television Network of Korea.

Presently one of the most important activities proposing by the Chongji Order is to devote herself to build friendly relation with overseas Buddhist groups. Since 1997, Chongji Order has been promoting companionship with Chinese and Japanese Buddhist Orders for shake of popularizing the activity of order. The proposed forum to be held in coming October will be a historical momentum in this regard.

Chongji Order is committed to build the World Buddhist Exchange Center at the center of Seoul, where the center will facilitate several facilities such as bedrooms, seminar rooms, conference hall, restaurant, and meditation hall etc. for the Buddhist follower visiting Korea and around countries to get Buddhist experience.


Compassion Buddhist Meditation Society

Address: 49 Jalan Chengai, Melodies Garden   Johor Bahru Johor 80250
Tradition: Mahayana, The New Kadampa Tradition
Affiliation: NKT - IKBU
Phone: 607 334 1106
E-mail: info@meditateinjb.org
Website: http://www.meditateinjb.org
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Teacher: Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab  
Contact: Gen-la Kelsang Khyenrab  
Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche  
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Compassion Kadampa Buddhist Centre is founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso founder of The New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU), an international association of Mahayana Buddhist study and meditation centres. Weekly drop-in meditation classes take place most weeks; meditation classes for everybody.

We are located ten minutes north of Johor Bahru city centre. We are a non-profit organisation. Our aim is to help anyone experience practical solutions to the problems of daily life through Buddhist meditations and ideas.

Everybody is welcome!


Dahamdeepa Foundation

Address:   Hakmana Southern 23700
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +94 412286959
Fax: +94 412286959
E-mail: dahamdeepa@gmail.com
Website: http://www.dahamdeepa.com
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Teacher: bhante suseela  
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Dahamdeepa foundation is founded in 2005 as a social development organisation. DDF Registered under the Voluntary Social Services Organization bearing Act No:31 of 1980. RG NO: SPC/HK/2012/01.


Daijokyo Japanese Monastery

Address: Bodhgaya, Dist, Gaya, Bihar, India 
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 200747
Fax: 200407
E-mail: daijokyotemple_bg@yahoo.co.in
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Location: In Bihar Sate. Bodhgaya is 13km. from Gaya and auto-rickshaws shuttle back and forth. They start from the Kacheri in the city centre at Gaya. Buses depart less frequently.

The Japanese Monastery, next to the Karmapa monastery, is clean and comfortable but during the tourist season, November to late January, it can be packed out with Japanese tour groups. Your stay there is limited to three days. It has a very beautiful image of the Buddha brought from Japan.


Dana Citta Buddhist Society

Address: 6 Lorong 35 Geylang #03-01 Singapore 387938 Tel: 65-6746-4243 Email: danacitta@gmail.com  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 65-6746-4243
E-mail: danacitta@gmail.com
Website: http://www.danacitta.org
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Notes and Events:

The mission of Dana Citta Buddhist Society is to promote the practice of selfless giving or "dana" , for the benefit and well-being of all beings.

We aim to achieve our mission through the following objectives:

  • to learn, study, uphold, and propagate the teachings of Buddhism with right understanding through learning and education.
  • to observe the Buddhist precepts and practise the attributes of universal kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy and equanimity.
  • to cultivate love and compassion for other less-privileged fellow beings by providing facilities, aids and materials for them to receive formal education, basic health care and social services.
  • to promote the practice of making offerings of basic necessities to the community of Buddhist monks and nuns so that they can spend their time cultivating themselves and serving the community; and
  • to organize self-enrichment programmes for members so as to promote a wholesome all-rounded lifestyle for Buddhists in the modern society.


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