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Ramesh Cable Vision

Address: Buddha Nagar Govandi  Mumbai Maharashtra 400043
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
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BHIM GARJANA: SANJAY  Email  (Phone: 9987737429)
Main Contact: RAMESH S KAMBLE  Email  (Phone: 9987737429)
Spiritual Director: BHIM GARJANA  Email  (Phone: 9987737429)
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Rangiri Sri Lanka Media Network

Address: 130, Dambulla, Sri Lanka   Dambulla Central 21100
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +94662283606
Fax: +94662283603
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Spiritual Director: Ven Inamaluwe Sri Sumangala Himi  Email  (Phone: +94662283606)
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Rangiri Sri Lanka Media Network is being activated as a special Project under the Rangiri Dambulla Development Foundation with the following media.

01.Rangiri Sri Lanka News Paper

02. Rangiri Sri Lanka Radio Broadcasting

03. Rangiri Sri Lanka Television

Ranjung Yeshe Oddiyana

Address: 200A Tanjong Katong Road Singapore 436998  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma,Chokling Tersar lineage
Phone: 66004080
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Spiritual Director: H.E. Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche  
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Our centre is born under the blessings of H.E. Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche. We are registered under the name of Rangjung Yeshe Oddiyana. Our vision is to preserve and uphold the teaching and tradition of Chokling Tersar lineage and to support Rinpoches dharma projects for the benefit of all motherly sentient beings.

Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa was the manifestation, of King Trisong Deutsens son, Murub Tsepo, who is also known as Yeshe Rolpe Tsal or Lhase Lotsawa. In one of his former lives, he was the great tertön, Sangye Lingpa, who revealed the Lama Gongdu

Our centre in Singapore, Rangjung Yeshe Oddiyana, does regular prayers according to the Chokling Tersar lineage. Kindly refer to our Calendar of events on our website to look for the practise schedule.

We look forward to seeing you at our centre.

Rashtriya Buddha Shiksha Evam Samajik Sans Than

Address: buddha nagar,gajraula. distt.J.P Nagar.  state--uttar pradesh 244223
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: autonomous
Phone: 9412139029
Fax: 05924252938
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Main Contact: ram singh bouddh  Email  (Phone: 9412139029)
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we RASHTRIYA BUDDHA SHIKSHA EVAM SAMAJIK SANSTHAN is an registered NGO under requisite acts including FCRA vide registration no.137230005 for the religious (buddhists) cultural educational and social welfare activities for rural people especially for social and economically deprived castes/classes through various projects programmes.we  faciltate the above said activities to the needy in the public interest.
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Ratnaloka Buddhist Center

Address: Nagaratna, Tc 23/1406, Melaranoor, Karamana, Thiruvananthapuram, KERALA   Thiruvananthapuram Kerala 695002
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Triratna Boudha Mahasangha
Phone: +918848581245 , +918893299885
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Spiritual Director: Dhammamitra Nagaratna  Email  (Phone: 8848581245)
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Dear Buddhist friends,

We organize 3-7 days retreats in countryside rented retreat centers, conduct weekly Dhamma study and Meditation sessions for Lay Buddhists, conduct educational training workshops, Buddhist seminars, Organize Public Gatherings, speech... during Buddhist festival occasions. Buddhist eminent teachers and Ordained Monks from within India and other countries lead our programs, attend our functions.

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Ratnaloka Buddhist Center

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Ratnashri Buddhist Centre

Address: No.5, Jln 1/3,  Petaling Jaya Selangor 46000
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: Drikung Kagyu
Phone: 60-12-2151389 / 60-16-2028088
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Weekly & Monthly Group Practices
Mon8.30 pm1. (Pureland) Mahayana ChantingChu016-3326543
1st Wed
of the month
8.30pm1. Lama Chopa – Ratnashri Guru Yoga Practice & Offering
2. Protector Practice – Achi Chokyi Dolma
Wed8.30 pm1. Mahamudra Four Foundation TrainingChu016-3326543
Thu8.00 pm1. Yangzab-Dzogchen Three Roots/Hayagriva Sadhana Practice.Pheng Chong012-3113326
Fri8.30 pm1. Yangzab-Dzogchen Four Foundation TrainingMichael Lim016-2028088
Sat3.30pm1. Chod
2. Yidam Practice - Achi Chokyi Dolma (Terma)
Pheng Chong012-3113326
Sun10.00 am -
1. Training ProgramTeoh017-8833161
Sun8.00 pm1. Four Arm Chenrezig Practice
2. Protector Practice - Achi Chokyi Dölma
3. Smoke Offering  (bring your own offerings)

Note: The Weekly & Monthly Group Practices will be cancel when coincide with Programmes.

Ren Ci Hospital

Address: 71 Irrawaddy Road Singapore 329562  
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 6385 0288
Fax: 6358 0900
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Shi Ming Yi  
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Ren Ci can be literally translated as "compassion" or "benevolent", and this is what we stand for.Established since 1994, Ren Ci Hospital is one of the few charity healthcare institutions in Singapore to provide affordable medical, nursing and rehabilitative care services for the community. Serving all regardless of background, race and religion, the interdisciplinary care team delivers quality service based on the principles of loving kindness and compassion

Most of the long-staying residents in our nursing home in Moulmein and long term care facility in Hougang come from low income families, while some are destitute. Suffering from multiple chronic medical conditions, their long-term healthcare needs have been draining them financially. While majority of the patients are either wheelchair bound or bedridden, they still long to return to their loved ones someday. Your kind act of compassion  will bring a ray of hope to these patients. With continued medical, rehabilitative and nursing support, we can guide them along the road to recovery. Every dollar you contribute will go a long way to help them. 

Besides catering to the long term healthcare needs of disadvantaged patients, Ren Ci also provide rehabilitative care to post-acute patients in a community  hospital setting so that they can regain their functional abilities and return back  to the community.  

As a charity healthcare organization Ren Ci relies heavily on publics donation and support as well as governments  subvention.

Various fundraising events are held every year to help Ren Ci raise the much needed funds for our patients. During each of these events, our stakeholders including our volunteers, donors, supporters, staff, board members and even our benefactors and their family members, will unfailingly come together as one united family to play their part and contribute towards a common goal: to bring a ray of hope to our less fortunate patients

With the rapidly ageing population in Singapore, Ren Ci will continue to play an integral role in supporting the healthcare needs of the senior community. Besides giving hope to frail elderly by helping them overcome their disabilities and teaching their families to care for them at home, Ren Ci also partners  various community groups and social enterprises to give dignity back to the elderly.

Rigzin Denchhen Chhoeling Chugla Khang (RDCCK)

Address: Barahithan,Nuwakot   Barahithan
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: registered as an institution under Nepal government
Phone: 9849118562
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Main Contact: Khenpo Sonam Gyurme Tamang  Email  (Phone: 9849118502)
Teacher: Khenpo Sonam Gyurme Tamang  
Spiritual Director: Khenpo Sonam Gyurme Tamang  Email  (Phone: 9849118562)
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Rigzin Dechhen Chhyoeling Chuglag Khang (RDCCK)

RDCCK is a practical based school that is responsible for teaching and training Buddhism, Buddhist Arts, traditional Lama Dance, worshipping and rituals, yoga and retreat, meditation, thanka and statue and other types of traditional treatments and incantations. It provides free education along with free training and accommodation facilities being based on the Buddhist traditional monastic school.RDCCK mainly aim to make the learners capable and skilled with the knowledge and teachings which they will achieve here. Trainers will be awarded with valuable certificates after finishing their course.


Main objective of this school is to produce qualified and trained students of Buddhist arts, philosophy, meditation, rituals and culture etc.

School will have various curriculums with following five major departments:

1.Arts Department,  2.Philosophy Department,   3.Ritual Department,  4.Meditation and Yoga Department and 5.Cultural  Department

1. Arts Department will deal as wholesome of arts education like crafting various statues of Buddha and Buddhist Deities, Thankas, Tormas (statues of butter and mixed flour), Treasure Vase, Land Treasure Vase, Medicine Vase, Long Life Vase and all types of Amulets. Students will also learn decorative trainings for Buddhist cultural ceremonies like weddings, birth and funerals etc. all under Arts Department.

2.  Philosophy Department will conduct for entire Buddhist studies such as Language & Grammar, Literature, Philosophy, History, Astrology, Applied Buddhism, Comparative Buddhism& Religion, Sutra-Vinaya- Avidharma, Therabada, Mahayana and Vajrayana study.

3. Ritual Department will organize the theoretical and practical trainings based on all types of Buddhist rituals and ceremonies.It will mainly focus on rituals based trainings of three tantras and three yogas of Buddhism which will helppractitioners to understand and practice the Vajrayana Buddhism for enlightenment and harmonious living of all.

Buddhist ritual trainings of naming, wedding and death ceremonies will also be conducted along with excellent guide. Learners will be able to perform prayers and ritual on various Buddhist ceremonies such as Buddha Jayanti, Dharma Chakra Day,LhabhabDhuchen(Descending from Heaven), New year (Lochhar) eve. and other  Buddhist ceremonies.

Students will be taught about various historical events including how ancient instruments were played. Together, they will be qualified in vocal chanting and playing ritual instruments creating energetic soundin the environment for healings.

4.    Meditation and Yoga Department will deal with all the types of meditations and Buddhist Yoga classes and courses.  This department will handle Samatha and Vipasanaalong with all types of Mahayana and Vajrayana meditation and practices.

Department will focus to train about five preliminary practices, phowa, chalung and other Zogchhen's practices especially for monks, nuns and all lay practitioners.

This department will also train senior monks and nuns about physical, verbal and psychological healing basis treatment system.

5.    Cultural Department will be responsible for spreading awareness about Buddhist Culture and indigenous Buddhist traditions.

Various Buddhist cultures like lama dances, playing instruments, using robes, and other Buddhist rituals will also be trained under cultural department.

This department will promote the ancient Buddhist culture and especially Himalaya Buddhist culture, it will inspire students for research base study for the development of Buddhist culture.

1.1         Name of the School

RigzinDechhenChhyoilingChuglagKhang (RDCCK)

1.2         Date of Establishment

15th January, 2015   (Magh 01,2071 B.S.)

1.3         Location and Permanent Address of the School

RigzinDechhenChhyoelingChuglagKhang (RDCCK),

GumbaSauraha ,Danda, Barasthan, Lauke, Madanpur,

BelkotMunicipality-13, Nuwakot, Nepal

1.4         Contact

Ven. Khen Rinpcoche Sonam Gyurme Tamang, The president

Phone No.: +977-9849118562

Ani Chhoingi Rangdol: Secretary

Phone No.: +977-9808152344



1.5  Prescribed curriculum and additional subjects:

All short and long Empowerment, Transmission and secret Teachings based on Nyingmapa School will be provided at the school by organizing public program through His Holiness Dharma masters.

In addition, permanent students along with those said subject from class 5, 6, 7, and 8 will be taught according to curriculum of Government of Nepal which includes language, grammar, history, literature, philosophy, arts and culture. Permanent or temporary students of RDCCK can choose any interested subjects from arts, philosophy, meditation and yoga, ritual or culture for their short or long term major course.

Permanent students of RDCCK must follow philosophy, ritual and prescribed curriculum of Nepal government and other subjects can be chosen according to student’s interest.

1.6           Duration /Trainings

a) Permanent (Long-term) students will undergo five yearly courses that would include the curriculum of grade 5, 6, 7, and 8 and one additional year of vocational training.

b) Temporary (Short-term) students would be enrolled at various points and periods of time ranging from 1 day to 3 years depending on the nature of course or training.


1.7         Beginning Educational Sessions at RDCCK

a)   Baisakh 2 (April-May) of every year for permanent students.

b)   Undefined for temporary students.

1.8         Finding Management of the School

The school will be run by the guidance and leadership of the Founder President Venerable  Khen Rinpochela Sonam Gyurme Tamang of RDCCK and also the head of Buddhist Teaching and Meditation Centre.

The necessary fund for food, staff payment, health care, stationary, travel will be managed by  raising supports from  national and international donors, and collected funds from different programs of BTMC such as pilgrimage tour, various vocational trainings programs and the collected donation at  BTMC itself. The school will be run according to the five yearly plan of course designed by the central office of RDCCK under the guidance of President Ven. KhenRinpoche.


1.9         Number of Participation

Only this starting year, the number of permanent students in RDCCK is about 40 whereas more than hundreds temporary students, learners and practitioners, both academic and non-academic, will participate this year to learn Nyungne Practice, meditation, yoga, Buddhist art, rituals etc.

From the next years, there will be increasingly more students will join the course and program. 

2.0 Monitoring and Evaluation

Nepal is a multi-cultural, diversified with different castes, creed and religions; and thus a beautiful country in the world.

Commonly, Nepal is known as the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, and land of Sagarmatha, the top of the world. Buddhism was originated in Nepal, and later it became widespread all around the world established as the milestone of source of knowledge, happiness, peace, prosperity and enlightenment.


One latest condition of Nepal is that, even though Nepal is the origin of Buddhism, but many Nepalese students are forced to travel abroad in search of practical school of Buddhism.

Realizing the importance of traditional and practical Buddhist education, RDCCK is established with the propose of offering all Buddhist courses to  produce adept, expert and skilled manpower.

Therefore, this school will contribute in the field of peace, prosperity and enlightenment for the entire human world if it is provided with the economic, physical and moral support from the interested person, society, organization and concerned NGO and INGO. 


2.1         General Objectives

One main objective of this school is to provide the basic education and training under the five yearly educational plan about theBuddhism, and Buddhist education, culture, tradition, art, dance, meditation and other several existing and extinct sciences connected with Buddhism to the teachers, learners, practitioners, religious preachers across the country and turn them into promising advocates of Buddhism, astrologists, Acharyas and Bajracharyas.

Similarly, it also produces the qualified, skilled and self-dependent students who possess right knowledge of traditional dance, sculpture, Buddhist art, culture, yoga, meditation, worshipping and rituals.

The five yearly education plan comprises one years of practical and vocational education and trainings; and four years of education on the basis of Gumba system which also includes the courses of grade 5, 6, 7, and 8; thus making the total of five years.

 The course of grade 5, 6, 7, and 8 will be blended with the prescribed curriculum of Government of Nepal along with Ethnic, philosophy, meditation, history etc.

In every class, 20 to 40 will be learning the academic artifacts regularly. Similarly, other non-academic classes and/or trainings will be conducted as per the need and the demand of the learners. This will include the trainings and workshops about astrology, meditation, rituals etc. for 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, 6 months, or for 1 whole year or 3 years long.

2.2         Project Activities and Work Plan

Following the project activities and programare are:

a)   To provide all types of long and short term trainings/education about Buddhist philosophy, education, yoga and meditation.

b)   To conduct workshops on Buddhist engineering and handicraft, (thanka), sculpture etc.

c)   To manage all the empowerment, transmission and teachings, along with the training of worshipping and rituals, yoga and retreat practiced of the Yingmaschool of ancient Himalaya Buddhism (during birth, marriage and death ceremonies).

d)   To conduct daily, monthly and yearly trainings for the traditional fasting (Yungne), practice of Mahayoga (Chyoi) and practice of peace (Shitho) etc.

e)   To prepare the students for their higher studies in Buddhist universities after providing them with five yearly Buddhist practical education.

f)    To preserve, promote, enhance and researchthe  Buddhist culture, tradition and education.

g)   To help to manage very important and essential attributes of Yingmapaschoollike empowerment, transmission and teachings with the help of renowned Buddhist gurus.

h)   To motivate the international learners towards learning Buddhist education, yoga, meditation, art and rituals; and also procure them as a competent learner at national and international level.

i)     To upgrade the living standard of under-privileged children by providing them with free trainings related to Buddhist education, art etc. along with the facility of accommodation and food.

j)     To appoint and manage the religious preachers at national and international level after making them qualified artistes and gurus.

3.    Significance of this School

a)   Every year forty to four hundred estimated apprentices home and abroad will get the ample opportunity to learn the practical knowledge of Buddhism through trainings and practices conducted at RDCCK.

b)   Temporary practitioners and other Lamas will achieve  practical knowledge of Buddhism, trainings, empowerment, transmission and teachings in order to become a qualified and competent practitioner of Buddhism.

c)   Buddhist values, cultures and traditions of Nepal will be preserved, promoted and developed.

d)   Society and country will get economic surplus after the production of skilled manpower, artistes, and traditional doctors ancient Medicaresystem.

e)   Both internal and international religious tourism will be promoted.

4.    Why RDCCK ?

a)   RDCCK provides base education for higher Buddhist studies and it bridges for those who want to learn Buddhism in university.

b)   We aim to produce high skillful artists, practitioners, qualified and trained Buddhist followers and Dharma masters which directly benefit to entire world for making peace and harmony in global society.

c)   RDCCK treat all student and practitioners without discrimination of religion, cast, country and color and it offer any desired courses for free of cost to everyone.

d)   RDCCK will play a great role to educate lower and middle class students of Nepal and other country.

e)   RDCCK may be the first practical school in the world which aims to provide all practical education at one place without charges.

5.    Present stage of RDCCK

Presently, RDCCK is under construction but classes for newly admitted permanent students are going on actively from this year 2017.

Students live at trust -wooden house till the main building is completed.

Most of the structure and architect design of RDCCK is completed except hostel and classroom.

Rockhill Hermitage

Address: Wegirikanda, Hondiadeniya Via Gompola, Sri Lanka     
Tradition: Theravada, Vipassana Insight Meditation
Phone: 602 801 871
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Contact Persons: Venerable Bhante Kassapa & Tim Browning  
Spiritual Director: Venerable Bhante Kassapa Rockhill Hermitage and Rockhill International Buddhist Nunnery offer group and individual Vipassana Insight Meditation retreats for Westerners and Sri Lankans. The head teache  

Rohana Vipassana Meditation Center

Address: Aagarawala   Aparekka, Matara Southern MH 81032
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Sri Mathikarama Purana Viharaya
Phone: 94-60-2414710
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Ullala Chandima Maha Thera  (Phone: 94-60-2414710)
Main Contact: Ven. Ullala Chandima Maha Thera  (Phone: 94-60-2414710)
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Forest Monastery  provides meditation instructions & spiritual guidances.

Rudura Anandaniketan Buddhist Temple

Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Buddhist Cultural Progressive Association & Welfare Non-political, Socio-Cultural & Non-profitable
Phone: +8801819025464
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Main Contact: VEN. B. L. MITRA  Email  (Phone: +8801819025464)
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This monastery run by the donation of the People. In this monastery are ten monks and novices. And some of the Monastery helpers who attend in the school also supported by the Most respected VEN. BUDHI RARATAN THERO.

Sad Paramita Temple

Address: Jl Babakan Tarogong 251   Bandung Jawa Barat 40232
Tradition: Vajrayana
Phone: 62-22-6124422
Fax: 62-22-6015610
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Co Director: Mrs Julia Johan  Email  (Phone: 62-85721464381)
Teacher: Master Xue Shan  
Main Contact: Mr Jo U Leng  Email  (Phone: 62-8122166248)
Spiritual Director: Master Xue Shan  (Phone: 62-8122166248)
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Mondays and Thursdays: Mantra chanting and Meditation.

Monthly temple activity to help local needs via various form of charity activities i.e. providing free medical check ups for the poor, helping the victims of natural calamities, blood donation, and more.

Other Buddhist activities include yearly Bardo ceremony for the deceased.

Sadhanarama Bana Vihara Foundation

Address: Jyotsnapur village   Diyun 792103
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +91 7085353644
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Main Contact: Ven. Jinananda Bhikkhu  Email  (Phone: +91 7085353644)
Teacher: Ven. Joy Tilok Mahathera  
Spiritual Director: Ven. Nandapal Mahathera  
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To serve the mankind better and contribute our share to build a free, peaceful and happy world through the propagation of Dhamma and humanitarian services.

Sagaramudra Buddhist Society

Address: 5 Lorong 29 Geylang   Singapore 388060
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: (65) 6746 7582
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Spiritual Director: Founder; Master Yuan Fan  
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Master Yuan Fan, the founder of SBS, has the ideal of improving people’s mind, purifying the society and elevating the quality & character strength of the community through the Buddha’s Dharma.

Based on the above ideal, Sagaramudra Buddhist Society is established to achieve 3 Objectives:

Promote Buddhist Education

Nurture the Sanghas

Provide guidance for people interested in Buddhist practice.

Sakya Sena

Address: 416A,VKK MENON ROAD, SIDHAPUDUR, COIMBATORE-641 044   Coimbatore Tamil Nadu 641044
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 9994883800
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Spiritual Director: chellasamy.v  Email  (Phone: 9994883800)
Main Contact: chellasamy.v  Email  (Phone: 9344158787)
Teacher: Arun  
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Our ultimate aim is to cultivate the Dhamma, through the education, meditation, martial arts and medicine for the betterment of living beings.

Sakya Tibetan Buddhist Center / Sakya Buddhist Foundation (Admin Office)

Address: 78 Elcano Strcjxjxj B   Manila 1006
Tradition: Mahayana, Gelugpa , Sakyapa , Kagyudpa , Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism
Affiliation: Philippine Buddhism / Taoism
Phone: 09186689888
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Teacher: Master Lu  
Spiritual Director : Master Fa Lien  Email  (Phone: 09186689888)
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Philippine Institute of Buddhist Learning and Practice / Feng Shui Philippines

Philippine Buddhist Esoteric Geomancy Center


We offer FREE Buddhist chanting lesson , Buddhist chanting and prayer service , Buddhist sutra and book for daily practice , Buddhist healing and vegetarian cooking class.

We also offer FREE basic feng shui lesson






Sakyadhita Nunnery

Address: V.D.C. Madhubani-7, Buddha Nagar, Rupandehi, Lumbini, Nepal  Lumbini Lumbini
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Non-sectarian
Phone: 178 049 31677
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Spiritual Director: Ven. Bodhi Sakyadhita  Email  (Phone: 178 049 31677)
Main Contact: Ven. Bodhi Sakyadhita  Email  
Teacher: Venerable Metteyya Sakyaputta  
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Sakyadhita Nunnery is a haven for the rural girls of Lumbini who would otherwise face a life of child marriage, no education, and hard labour. By creating this nunnery we are able to offer them the chance to complete their education and empower them to make their own decision to continue on to college, get a job, remain as a nun or get married.

Sakyasingha Rathapala Buddhist Monastery

Address: Buddha Lok, Meerut Road  HAPUR 245101
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: The World Fellowship of Buddhists
Phone: 0091-9358560005
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Main Contact: M.K. Otani  (Phone: 00-91-9837044142)
Spiritual Director: Loknayak Ashvaghosh Mahanayak Mahathera  
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Sakyasingha Rathapala Buddhist Monastery


Chief Abbot :        His Eminence Lag Mahanayak Mahathera
Location:        Buddha Lok, Meerut Road, Hapur-245101 (U.P.)
Area:        Around 1000 Sq. Yards in Hapur and 1.134
                             hectares in Village Fagautta, Tehsil Hapur, District

The INTERNATIONAL BUDDHA EDUCATION INSTITUTE (IBEI) was established in 1952 at Hapur. The Institute got itself formally registered by the Registrar of Societies, Uttar Pradesh in 1980-81.

From its very inception the Institute has preserving the Monastery at Hapur. The Hapur land of the institute was donated by the leading businessman of Hapur Dr. Prabhakar Mishra, who belongs to the family of Rathapala and he encourage us to make a monastery in the memory of Rathapala. Dr. Prabhakar Mishra passed away recently. At Fagautta, the land is allotted by Government of Uttar Pradesh in the name of International Buddha Education Institute. The institute has been engaged in the welfare works specially for the benefit of destitute women and children and has setup several child welfare centres and foster homes. At its headquarters at HAPUR it has a campus comprising of 32 rooms which apart from housing the office and the staff of the Institute also provides for one orphanage where 20 destitute children are being maintained. The Institute time to time organise conferences/workshops/seminar/symposium on Buddhism as wells as issues such as Non Conventional Energy Sources, Destitute Children, Social Justice, Environment and Energy, etc.


To provide global attention to HAPUR (THULLAKOTHITTA) as the International Historical Place.

To established a hi-tech Buddhist Library and a Buddhist Monastery at Hapur, where millions of devotes from India as well as abroad able to get Buddhist literature.

To established a guest house at Hapur for the foreigners.  

To carry to the farthest corners of the world the message of world peace, brotherhood and friendship and to promote the spread of Buddhism through Buddhist Education, including establishment of temples for the study of philosophy and Buddhist worship.

To organise seminars for the training, recruitment and posting of monks, preacher and teachers.

To work for cooperative relations between the Buddhists-and-Non-Buddhists.

To work for the development of society and culture.



The location of Monastery is Buddha Lok, Hapur District Ghaziabad situated at 55 km. northeast from New Delhi on National Highway 24

Sam Poh Thong

Address: 396, Jalan 7, Kg Baru Ampang,  Ampang Selangor 68000
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Poh Lum Nunnery, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Phone: 603-4292 6943
Fax: 603-4292 6943
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Main Contact: Ven Sing Kan  
Spiritual Director: Ven Kai Sau  
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Regular Programme / Schedule :-

Sunday Dhamma Class for children : 9.00am to 12.00noon

New and Full Moon Cultivation       

Recitation of Pu Men Ping                : 10.00am to 10.45am

Dhamma Talk                              : 11.00am to 11.30am

Offerings to Buddha                      : 11.30am to 12.00noon

Every last Sunday of the Lunar Calendar   :  10.00am to 11.00am

Medicine Buddha Dharma Assembly

Sammyak Bahuuddeshiya Samajik Vikas Sanstha

Address: Vishwakarmanagar,infront of New Belapur road,Kalwa - Thane - 400605 Infront of New Belapur Road,kalwa west Kalwa, Thane Thane Maharashtra 400605   Kalwa - Thane 400605
Tradition: Theravada, Buddhist organisation
Phone: 91-8952457099
E-mail: /
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Main Contact: Ayu.Dr.Surendra Rajaram Shinde  Email  (Phone: 8-91-8652457099)
Ayushmanini: Anita Surendra Shinde  Email  (Phone: 91-8652457099)
Ayu.: Ashok Rajaram Gaikwad  Email  
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our sansthas multipurpose sammyak aims and objects and work for Humanities. sansthas main aims and objects is Education, Health for all, Socially, Agriculture, Cultural,Meditation,Sports and Spirituals,and Various Programmes like as Save Earth,Water and Trees and also implement a Income Generation Activity and Personality Development,Convenience To peoples From Societies Through Pravachan and Write a Article in News Paper In Different Subjects,Arrange Pravachans,etc.
Year of Establishment 2000 but Registered in 2013.

Samurai Zen Dojo

Address: C-Link, Shastri Nagar, Link Road   Goregaon 400104
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +919820496752
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Main Contact: Dr Komal Rao  Email  (Phone: +919820496752)
Teacher: Dr Deepak Rao  
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The Samurai Zen Dojo is a modern meditation center with non sectarian secular Buddhism as its core belief. We combine zen meditative skills of the orient with modern day psychotherapy to help stress busting & mind disorders like depression, anxiety & phobias. Traditional skills of Shamata, Anapassanna, Satipadanna are combined with Existential psychotherapy, Cognitive Behaviour therapy & Psychoanalysis. We use Oriental arts such as Kenjutsu and Tai Chi Qi Gong to understand Sati-movement awareness. Oriental Philosophy of Lao Tzus Tao Te Ching, Sun Tzus Art, Jeet Kune Do and Samurai Hagakure and The Book of Bushido are taught along with Buddhist Dhamma Principle of 4 Noble truths & 8 Fold path to develop moral values and shape ethical behaviour in society. We also run courses in basic and advanced meditation. Our Faculty includes spiritual teachers, doctors and scholars qualified in Buddhist studies at Harvard University.

San Cao Gen

Address: 2 Telok Blangah Street 31 1st floor Ren ai Hall Yeos Bldg. Singapore 108942  
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 62711530
Fax: 62711530
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About Us

We are a group of students from the 3 traditions (Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana), with motivation to listen, contemplate and practice the teachings of Buddha, following Buddha Dharma and the great commentaries. Regular discussion and practice sessions are conducted. We warmly welcome all Dharma friends, Sanghas, Practitioners to join our activities.



The Origin of San Cao Gen (The Three Herbs)

Saddharma Puṇḍarīka Sūtra (Lotus Sutra) - It was stated in The Parable of the Medicinal Herbs that Buddha uses the metaphor of falling rain to describe how the Buddha teaches sentient beings. The rain, which represents the Buddhadharma, falls on various flora. There are three types of medicinal herbs, small, medium and large. The herbs receive varying amounts of rain according to their size. This represents how the Buddha teaches with equanimity but because of the different capacities of sentient beings, they gain different levels of understanding.

Sandra Kimball

Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 8175-762-6322
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Sandra Kimball is a meditation mentor who began the study and practice of meditation over 28 years ago and it has been part of her daily life ever since. She has been a student of Vipassana (Insight) and Zen meditation and has been mentored by many excellent teachers. Her meditation experience is also informed by the study in the Way of Tea at the Urasenke Chado Institute, Kyoto Japan, for over six years.

Santisukharama Meditation Centre

Address: c/o Kota Tinggi Buddhist Society, 6, Jalan Delima 2, Taman Kota Jaya,  Kota Tinggi Johor 81900
Tradition: Theravada, Mahasi Vipassana Tradition
Affiliation: Mahasi Vipassana Tradition
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The method of meditation taught here is vipassana meditation which is in line with the method taught by the late Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma.

Foreign meditators are welcome to practice at Santisukharama.

The founding teacher was Venerable Sujiva, a Malaysian monk and a disciple of Sayadaw U Pandita.

Satipatthana Meditation Centre

Address: 735A Havelock Rd, Singapore 169652  
Tradition: Theravada, Mahasi Sayadaw Vipassana meditation method
Phone: 6272 5696
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Spiritual Director: Ven Sayadaw U Rajinda  
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Satipatthana Meditation Centre (SMC), Singapore was founded in 2004 under the guidance of Sayadaw U Rajinda to provide opportunities and venues for intensive Vipassana meditation practice and to propagate Buddhism among others.

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