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Wat Koh

Address: Monivong Blvd. Phnom Penh, Cambodia  
Tradition: Theravada
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It is in the centre of Phnom Penh, near all the hotels, so it is not hard to find. As well as having English speaking monks, its courtyard is used as an English Conversation Practise area by students from all over the city.


Wat Kow Tahm International Meditation Center

Address:   Koh Pah-ngan Surat Thani 84280
Tradition: Theravada
E-mail: info@watkowtahm.org
Website: http://www.watkowtahm.org
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Assistant: Mike or Helge  Email  
Spiritual Director: Mae Chee Ahmon  
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Mailing: P.O. Box 18
Regular retreats are held so please email: info@watkowtahm.org


Wat Pa (Thai-Bharat Society)

Address: (Buddhagaya Vanaram Temple) Bodhgaya, Bihar, India 
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 631-400528
Fax: 91-631-400845
E-mail: gaiahouse@gn.apc.org
Website: http://www.gn.apc.org.gaiahouse/
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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.

There are Thai monks staying at the temple. From time to time, meditation retreats are held at the temple. The Thai temple is built as a typical Wat with a terracotta roof of overlapping eaves. It is in a decorative garden at the end of a short road

Two ten-day courses in the Vipassana Theravadin tradition, run by Christopher Titmus, a western Buddhist, are held every January at the Thai temple; the price (US$70) includes food and lodging - ask at the Burmese Vihara or Thomas Jost at the Burmese Vihara ; information can also be obtained in advance from Gaia House, West Ogwell, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 6EN, UK. Telephone: (+ 44) (0) 1626 333613


Wat Pa Loengjitviwaik

Address: Ban Pou Din Tambon Samyeak Amphur Loeng Nok Tha  Yasothon Yasothon 35120
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +66 (0)862631055 +66 (0)801664580
E-mail: udompon9@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.loengjit.com
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Spiritual Director: Pra Bandit Agatamo  Email  (Phone: +66 (0)862631055)
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A traditional Thai Buddhist Temple celebrating all the local festivals and customs. The spiritual mandate of the temple is to immerse the body and soul in the healing waters of Dhamma. Visitors are welcome.


Wat Pa Sukawadee (Pureland Retreat Center)

Address: 75 Moo, 6 Tambon. Samoeng-Nue. Samoeng, Chiangmai. Thailand   Samoeng-Nue Chiang Mai 50250
Tradition: Mahayana, Vietnamese Pureland tradition
Phone: 66-875763463
E-mail: chuacuclac@gmail.com
Website: http://www.chuacuclac.com
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Rev: Thich Van Tri  Email  (Phone: 66-881838340)
Spiritual Director: Ven. Thich Hanh Nguyen  Email  (Phone: 66-875763463)
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Welcome to the new Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist Temple in Chiangmai, Thailand.

The newly open Temple for everyone.

Name: Wat Pa Sukawadee (Thai).  Pureland Retreat Center (English)

We are proudly present the first Vietnam temple recently built in Chiangmai, Thailand. About 30km to the North form the city center, Wat Pa Sukawadee has a spectacular natural landscape, tumor status with old trees, high horns, the forests; a lotus pond reflects the beauty of the temple with streams and waterfalls. Wat Pa Sukawadee is a ideal place for those who want to retreat and meditate. Our main goal is becoming an international Buddhist learning, researching center and practicing either short term or long term retreats. We provides all needed facilities for anyone who sincerely wish to study and follow Buddha path. 

Construct: Since 2005

Area: 40,000m2

Located: North of Samoeng Village. in the midt of forest, Olong tea plantation and stream.

Welcome all Buddhist Sangha and laymen come to visit and stay (free of charge)

Namo Amitabha Buddha.


Wat Pah Ban Thad

Address: c/o Songserm Service 89 Phosi Road. Udon Thani 41000.   Udon Thani 41000
Tradition: Thai Forest Tradition
Website: http://www.luangta.com
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Spiritual Director: The Late Ajahn Maha Bua  
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Located 564 km northeast of Bangkok and 16 km southwest of Udon Thani. Take a local bus, or taxi from Udon Thani south 8 km to Ban Gum Kling, then turn southwest 7 km to Ban Thad and continue one km to the Wat. Some buses go direct to Ban Thad from Udon and may even drop you off at the Wats entrance. Samlor drivers in Udon usually know where the local bus departs from.


Wat Pah Nanachat (International Forest Monastery)

Address: Bahn Bung Wai Amper Warin Ubon   Ubon Ratchathani 34310
Tradition: Theravada, Thai Forest Tradition
Website: http://www.watpahnanachat.org/
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Ban Bung Wai, Amper Warin, Ubon Ratchathani 34310

DIRECTIONS: Located outside the city of Ubon Ratchathani, about 60 km northeast of Bangkok. From Ubon, go southwest 12 km to Ban Bung Wai on the highway to Si Saket, then follow signs west one km through rice fields to the forest and wat.

You can take a Si Saket bus from Ubon and ask to be let off at Wat Pah Nanachat or you can take a city bus 2 km south across the Mun River to Warin and get a songtaew from the market area. Trains arrive in Warin; walk 20 minutes east into town to catch a songtaew.

Easiest of all is just to take a tuk-tuk or taxi at the train or bus stations or airport. Several fast trains provide daily service from Bangkok, including an overnight express, which offers comfortable 2nd class sleepers. Many air-conditioned buses with reclining seats depart Bangkoks Northern (Moh Chit) Bus Terminal for the day or overnight journey.


Wat Phradhatu Doi Suthep Rajavoravihara (International Buddhism Center) aka Wat Doi Suthep

Address: Tambon Suthep, Amper Muang, Chiang Mai 50200  
Tradition: Theravada, Satipatthana Vipassana in Mahasi Sayadaw Tradition
Phone: 053-295-012
E-mail: doisuthepinfo@gmail.com
Website: http://doisuthep.sirimangalo.org
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Contact: Phra Boonkong or Mr. David  
Teacher: Phra Noah Yuttadhammo (English or Thai, some French)  
Spiritual Director: Taan Ajaan Tong Sirimangalo (Phra Rajapromajaan)  
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Located above Chaing Mai City. The easiest way to Doi Suthep is to rent a Red Truck taxi for 150-300 baht. The cheaper way is to take a taxi to the Chiang Mai Zoo (Thai: Suan Satt) and wait for a shared taxi there to go up the mountain (only during daytime hours


Wat Phradhatu Sri Chomtong Voravihara - Chom Tong Insight Meditation Center

Address: Tambon Ban Luang Amphur Chom Tong, Chiang Mai 50160   Chiang Mai
Tradition: Theravada, Satipatthana Vipassana
Affiliation: Mahasi Sayadaw Lineage
Phone: 0-5334-2184 (English) 0-53826-869 (Thai)
E-mail: chomtong@sirimangalo.org
Website: http://zencohen.us/?p=155
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Spiritual Director: Ajarn Tong Sirimangalo (Phra Rajaprommajarn)  
International Teachers: Thanat, Kate, Edward, Jodi  
Contact Person: Phra Noah, Khun Thanat Teacher: Venerable Phra Ajahn Tong Sirimangalo, who teaches S: Location is a two hour bus-drive from Chiang Mai (buses leave at Chiang Mai gate). Chom Thong is the heart of the small village, where there are many hill-tribe people who know the way if asked.  (Phone: Location is a two hour bus-drive from Chiang Mai (buses leave at Chiang Mai gate). Chom Thong is the)
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Located about one hour west of Chinag Mai is Chom Tong, a small rural village hosting a beautiful Wat (temple) with Buddha relics, a meditation master and retreat facilities for Thai and international meditators as well as monks and nuns. Beginners courses last 21 days, after which you may take courses ranging from 12 to 14 days. Courses are ongoing throughout the year, just contact the center beforehand to check if they have room and to let them know you are coming.


Wat Phu Thok

Address:   Nong Khai
Tradition: Theravada
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Phu Thok
Location: Amphoe Bung Kan
Phu Thok means an isolated mountain in Isan dialect. Located in Ban Na Kham Khaen, Tambon Na Sabaeng, this sandstone range stands out and can be seen from a distance. It consists of two hills: Phu Thok Yai and Phu Thok Noi. Previously, this area was dense woods with many wild animals. Because of its tranquility, Phra Achan Chuan Kunlachettho, a meditation master, initially established a meditation place here for Buddhists to practise the Buddha’s teachings.

Phu Thok Noi is where Wat Chetiya Khiri Wihan (Wat Phu Thok) is situated. This temple is the starting point of a walk up to the top of Phu Thok, via a wooden bridge winding around the steep mountain. The bridge was built with faith from monks, novices and villagers. The construction began in 1969 and took five years to complete. This bridge is compared to a path of virtue that leads a righteous man to leave a world and enter into emancipation by their own efforts and determination. Phu Thok is still a meditation practice centre and a place for the community’s religious affairs. Visitors shall be calm in manner and pay respect to the place. The bridge’s stairs to the mountain top are divided into seven sections.

How to get there:
To get there Phu Thok is around 185 km. from the town of Nong Khai. Take Highway 212, past Pho Chai, Pak Khat and Bueng Kan districts. Then, turn left to take Highway 222 and head for Si Wilai district. From Si Wilai, take a left turn and go on for another 30 km., past Ban Na Sing, Ban Sai Ngam, to Ban Na Kham Khaen and Phu Thok.


Wat Pichaiyat Vipassana Centre

Address: Tn. Somdet Chao Phraya Klong San, Thonburi, Bangkok.  
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: +66 (0)1 777 9346
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Spiritual Director: Abbot: Phra Phrommoli  
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Vipassana Meditation in the late Mahasi Sayadaw tradition is taught here.


Wat Samrannives

Address: Ban Suk Samlan Thambon Bung Amphur Muang Changwat Amnat Chaloen   Amnat Chaloen Amnat Charoen 37000
Tradition: Theravada, Ven. Mun
Affiliation: Udompon
Phone: 086 2631055
E-mail: admin@watsamrannives.com
Website:
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Main Contact: Pa Bandit  Email  (Phone: 086 2631055)
Spiritual Director: Pa Bandit  Email  (Phone: 086 2631055)
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Teachings of Buddhist doctrines and Meditation. Teaching students the Buddhist way of life.


Wat Sitawanaram (Thai Buddhist Temple)

Address: No. 17, Kampong Koh, Jalan Raja Omar   Sitiawan Perak 32000
Tradition: Theravada, Thai
Phone: 05-6913714
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Main Contact: BG Ching  Email  (Phone: 012-4719940)
Spiritual Director: Phra Khru  (Phone: 05-6913714)
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Wat Sitawanaram (Thai Buddhist Temple) or also known as Sam Poh Kong to the earlier Buddhist Devotees is located in Kampong Koh, Sitiawan, Perak, Malaysia. It was established almost 100 years ago by Thai Buddhist monks of the Theravada tradition.

Festivals such as Wesak Day (full moon day in May) and Kathina Celebration(Offering of monks\\\' robes & requisites after the Rains Retreat in the later part of the year) are celebrated on a grand scale.

Blood Donation Campaigns are also always held on Wesak Day to save lives as part of the Buddhist practice of compassion to all. 


Wat Thaton

Address: Tambon Thaton, Amphur Mae Ai   Chiang Mai 50280
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 053-459-309
Fax: 053-459-284
E-mail: webmaster@wat-thaton.org
Website: http://www.wat-thaton.org
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Main Contact: Phra Ratha Panyavudho (Vayagool)  
Teacher: Phra Sri Sithimethee (Deputy Abbot of Wat Thaton)  
Spiritual Director: Phra Ratpariyatimethee (Abbot of Wat Thaton)  
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Vipassana Meditation based on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness.

Phra Sri Sithimethee (Pali IX)  is Deputy Abbot of Wat Thaton and has completed the level of Pali IX Studies.  The meditation center is quiet and peaceful, with trees covering most of the grounds. Well spread out over approximately 170 acres and constantly growing,  The retreat is widely open for both beginner and experienced meditators. A Thai- English Interpreter is available at all times.


Wat Wah Poo Kaew

Address: Tambon Magluwamai, Amper Sungnoen, Nakhon Ratchasima 30140   Nakhon Ratchasima
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Wat Pah Sarawan
Website: http://www.dhammathai.org/e/meditation/page16.php
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Located 230 km northeast of Bangkok and 50 km before Nakhon Ratchasima (Korat). Take a bus on the Friendship Hwy. (Hwy. 2) from either city and ask to be let off at Wat Magluwamai (between KM posts 215 and 216); take a songtaew from the junction here south about 15 km to Wat Wah Poo Kaew. From Bangkok, it may be easier to get off at the junction for Sikhiu on the Friendship Hwy. and take a songtaew. Buses in Bangkok leave from the Northern (Moh Chit) Bus Terminal. Some trains stop at Sikhiu.


Watpahsunan - Sunandavanaram Monastery

Address: 378 Arkarnsongkroh 20 kor, Sathorn District Bangkok - Thailand 10120   Kanchanaburi Kanchanaburi
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Wat Nong Pa Pong Forest Monastery
Phone: 662-676-3453
E-mail: mayagotami@watpahsunan.org
Website: http://angsila.cs.buu.ac.th/~suwanna/mambo/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1
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Spiritual Director: Phra Ajahn Gavesako  
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Sunandavanaram Temple is a place for practicing Insight Meditation and Anapanasati (mindfulness breathing) led by the Abbot, Venerable Ajahn Gavesako.  As of today, there are twenty monks, two novices and about ten workers. 


WisdomWinds

Address: A-72, Kirti Nagar   New Delhi NDelhi 110015
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 09990913013
E-mail: wisdomwinds@outlook.com, info@wisdomwinds.com
Website: http://www.wisdomwinds.com
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Main Contact: Sumit kundra  (Phone: 9990913013)
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WisdomWinds is a monthly magazine that aim to spread Buddhist teachings.

We are a team of passionate people who want to create a platform through which everybody can share and understand Buddha’s teachings. We will be organising walks and tours to Buddhist sites in India and New Delhi, where people can understand Buddhism. We would be creating a platform where books and reading material of Buddhism is easily accessible. The message of peace should be understood by all to overcome our suffering.


Yayasan Sosial Sutra Pitaka

Address: YAYASAN SOSIAL SUTRA PITAKA PUSAT PELAYANAN SEMBAHYANG DUKA UMAT BUDDHA PUSAT PELAYANAN PERKAWINAN AGAMA BUDDHA Telp. (021) 93825174 – 93825204 http://www.yayasansutrapitaka.net Info Hub. Sdri. Ina : Hp. 081383797968 / 0818862353   Jakarta 11130
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: 93825174
Fax: 5646012
E-mail: info@yayasansutrapitaka.net
Website: http://www.yayasansutrapitaka.net
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YAYASAN SOSIAL SUTRA PITAKA

PUSAT PELAYANAN SEMBAHYANG DUKA UMAT BUDDHA

PUSAT PELAYANAN PERKAWINAN AGAMA BUDDHA

Telp. (021) 93825174 – 93825204

http://www.yayasansutrapitaka.net

Info Hub. Sdri. Ina : Hp. 081383797968 / 0818862353


Young Buddhist Association of Dumpani

Address: Dhammankur Buddha Vihar,Dumpani   Diyun,Dist.Changlang Arunachal Pradesh 792103
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: World Chakma Buddhist Association
Phone: 9711973804
E-mail: bhantemangaljyoti@gmail.com
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Main Contact: Ven.Mangal Jyoti  (Phone: +91-09711973804)
Spiritual Director: Ven.Mangal Jyoti  Email  (Phone: +91-09711973804)
Teacher: Mangal Talukdar  
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Young Buddhist Association of Dumpani, is a non-profit organization, engaged in various socio-religious activities.


Young Generation Buddhist Indonesia

Address: PO Box 5245 JKTF 11052 Jalan Songsi No. 20 RT.014 RW.05 Jakarta 11210n Jakarta, Indonesia 
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 62-021-6599481 or 6599482
Fax: 6599480
E-mail: b26mn@centrin.net.id
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Main Contact: Budiman  


Young Men Buddhist Association (India)

Address: D-7, Hauz Khas, New Delhi  Delhi Uttar Pradesh 110016
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: Ravi Bhardwaj Ph. 09811475382
E-mail: ravi_09111@rediffmail.com
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Mr.: Satish Kumar  Email  (Phone: 9818696894)
Main Contact: Mr. Ravi Bhardwaj  Email  (Phone: 9811475382)
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      The Young Men Buddhist Association (India) New Delhi established in 1980 was founded by Late Dr. V. E. Moray former Deputy Educatio Adviser to Govt. of India and S. P. Senadhira from Sri Lanka. The Annual Buddh Purnima celebration at the National Museum, Janpath, New Delhi are the most appreciated work of the Association.

     YMBA(I) endeavour is to bring together like mind and broad minded, forward looking younger generation of Buddhists, both men and women to propagate the message and teaching of Lord Buddha and to carry forward the work of Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar.


Youth Buddhist Society (YBS )

Address: Suresh Chandra Bauddha Vivek Vihar Colony  Mainpuri Uttar Pradesh 205262
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Also Leading Buddhist School for Children in same campus in Sankissa
Phone: +91-9937393526, 9418334686
E-mail: ybsindia2003@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.ybsindia.org
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School Head: Mr. Rakesh Chadra Bauddha  (Phone: +91- 9359848526)
Centre Head : Mr. Amit Kumar Bauddha  Email  (Phone: +91-9997340919)
Teacher: Ven. Upanand  
Main Contact: Mr. Kailash Chandra Bauddha  (Phone: +91-9418334686)
Spiritual Director: Ven. Samdong Rimpoche  
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  • The only Centre in Shakya Community in Sankissa after King Ashoka Period.
  • The Centre exist very near Sankissa holy place.
  • Generally people knows this Centre by the Name of "PARTY PARK INDIA SCHOOL"
  • Daily classes is running for spiritual and text studies (School Base) for  children.


Zen Buddhism Meditation India Program

Address: JP Road, Andheri West  Mumbai Maharashtra 4000053
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 9820496752
E-mail: info@jkdindia.com
Website: http://zenmeditationmumbai.tripod.com/
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The Zen India Meditation Program

A Program for for obtaining, maintaining or restoring  Physical & Mental Rejuvenation; Spiritual Awakening & Good Health. Designed scientifically on basis of training principles of the Shaolin Temple.

Conducted by a Team of Doctors, Philosophers & Execise Therapists.  If you are looking for a program that will build Energy, increase Vitality, improve Concentration, relieve Stress, rejuvenate.

Includes :

Indian Buddhism, Japanese Zen, Meditation & Concentration Skills Chinese Taoism & Shaolin Monastery Mental Techniques Yoga Physical & Breathing Techniques, Tai Chi & Qi Gong Arts and Physiotherapy & Diet Therapy.


Zen Center for Oriental Spirituality in the Philippines

Address: 31 St. Claire conrer St. Catherine St., Provident Village, Marikina City   1803
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: Sanbo Kyodan
Phone: 02-9331063
E-mail: admin@zencenterphil.org
Website: http://www.zencenterphil.org
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Sensei: Rosario Battung  Email  
Sensei: Rollie Del Rosario  Email  
Teacher: Elda Perez (JIKÔ-AN)  
Main Contact: Zen Center Office  (Phone: 02-9331063)
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All emotionally mature and stable persons can practice zen. One must be able to keep physically still for a certain period of time.

We welcome all sincere seekers, regardless of their religious affiliation. As our center is in the Philippines, those who wish to practice with us should be able to communicate in Pilipino or English.

Since zen is a way of life, the only way to learn it is through practice. We have introductory activities such as A Glimpse into Zen and the Orientation Workshop for those who want to learn.


Zen Community Chennai

Address: JVL Towers, 117, Nelson Manickam Road   Chennai Tamil Nadu 600029
Tradition: Mahayana
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Spiritual Director: Ven.Khangsar Rinpoche  Email  (Phone: 9980491971)
Main Contact: K.Chandrasekaran  Email  (Phone: 9444902803)
Teacher: K.Chandrasekaran  
Notes and Events:

We the Buddhists and a few non-Buddhist meet periodically to explore the principles and practices of Zen, practice Meditation and teach new comers; in an auditorium well equipped with audio and video facilities. We invite scholars and Venerable learned Monks to deliver talks on topics related to Zen.

Buddhist literature available to the participants. 

Film Shows. We exhibit Buddhist films and conduct Film Shows.


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