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Tathagata Trust

Address: Siddhartha Kendra Vidyalaya Charaimoria via Moidomia North Lakhimpur-787001,Assam  North Lakhimpur 787001
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Non-violence, peace, education, social and economic
Affiliation: Individual
Phone: +913751269945
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Spiritual Director: Rev Dandi Lama  Email  (Phone: +919232810408)
Main Contact: Dr Chandan Siam  Email  (Phone: +919854809615)
Teacher: Rev Dandi Lama  
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Our organization situated at North Lakhimpur. We are new organization working in the field i.e. cultural, education, social and economic. we organize seminar, meditation, training etc. at North Lakhimpur since 2002. We newly established branch offices in Guwahati, Siliguri, New Delhi, Digboi and Mumbai. Now we are going to build a Monastery at North Lakhimpur. We appeal to all for funding in our great purpose.

Telugu Buddhists Association

Address: 2-1-512, F-103, Sai Soudha Apartments, Street-8, Nallakunta, Hyderabad-500044   Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh 500044
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 9441093908
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Main Contact: Gandhi  Email  (Phone: 9441093908)
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Telugu Buddhists Association is a non-profit service organisation, working for peace and happiness of all Telugu speaking Buddhists worldwide and for promotion of Buddhist philosophy of contentment and simple living.

Membership is free and  open to all. Members can share their knowledge, feelings, pains and pleasures, opinions and experiences with all members.

The Buddhist Society of India - Vissannapeta

Address: D.No 9/209-1, Reddy Gudem Road, vissannapeta, Krishna dt, Andhrapradesh 521215.   Andhra Pradesh 521215
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 9985468449
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Meditation Teacher: A. Prasad  (Phone: 9705621162)
Spiritual Director: Vijayaraju Kalathoti  Email  (Phone: 9985468449)
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Distribution of Buddhist literature – Celebration of Buddhist festivals.

Training classes on Buddhism, Ambedkarism and Human rights.

Facilitating conversions to Buddhism.

Conducting training classes for meditation, cultural programs, human rights awareness programs.

Construction of Buddhist temple & meditation centre.

The Buddhist Society of India

Address: Flat 604,Purti Vihar,Shahtri Nagar,Goregaon,Mumbai   Goregaon 400104
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: The Buddhist Society of India
Phone: 9425025569
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Spiritual Director: Chandrabodhi Patil  Email  (Phone: 9425025569)
Teacher: Sanjay Sakpal  
Main Contact: Chandrabodhi Patil  Email  (Phone: 9425025569)
Mr: Chandrabodhi Patil  Email  (Phone: 7507666486)
Mr: Satveer Baudh  Email  (Phone: 7027343577)
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 Dr. Ambedkar asks which religion fulfills these requirements today, reminding that the days of the Mahatmas are gone and the world cannot have a new Religion. It will have to make its choice from existing religions. Some of the religions might satisfy one or two tests but Buddhism is the only religion satisfying all tests. He observes: “So far as I know the only religion which satisfies all these tests is Buddhism. In other words Buddhism is the only religion which the world can have. If the new world – which be it realized is very different from the old – must have a religion – and the new world needs religion for more than the old world did – then it can only be religion of the Buddha.”

Having discovered the only suitable religion for the modern world he embraced Buddhism. He led an unprecedented mass conversion and initiated bloodless social revolution not only for the people in India but also for the world.

Unparallel qualities and values he lived with, his work, his views on Dhamma and its social application to the complexities of modern world hails him the status of no less than a MODERN BUDDHA.

For the welfare of entire mankind, Bharath must stand before the world as a self-confident, resurgent and mighty nation. Even at the inception, the Sangh was viewed by its founder not as a sectoral activity, but as a dynamic power-house energizing every field of national activity. Expressed in the simplest terms, the ideal of the Sangh is to carry the nation to the pinnacle of glory through organizing the entire society. Verily this is the one real national as well as global mission. If ever there was one.

The Buddhist Society of India - Indore

Address: Anand Bouddha Vihar c/o DINKER RAO AMBORE 216, Siddhartha Nagar, Marimata ka bageecha, Juni Indore, Indore Madhya Pradesh 452007   Indore Madhya Pradesh 452007
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: +917909343034
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Teacher: Dinker rao Ambore  (Phone: 9827009583)
Main Contact: Raju Ambore  Email  (Phone: +917909343034)
Spiritual Director: Bhante bBuddhakirti  
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We are providing education to children's and the other disciples of buddhism.

From time to time we organize a get-together for equality, humanity. We also communicate with society for making our environment neat and clean. With our volunteers we conceive many type of surveys to arise the people living below standards.


The Burmese Vihara - Bodhgaya

Address: Gaya Road, Bodhgaya Dist, Gaya, Bihar, India  
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 2400 721
Fax: 200848
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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 Burmese monastery is particularly popular because of its study courses. There are often western visitors here although most of the rooms are very basic. The monastery has a garden and a library with English books. If you stay remember that dignified conduct is expected of the guests. There is no charge for staying here but you should, of course, make a donation.

The International Meditation Centre

Address: P.O. Bodh-Gaya 824231 Dist, Gaya, Bihar, India 
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Mahasi Sayadaw Meditation Centre, Burma.
Phone: 200707
Fax: 200707
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Abbot: Ven. Dr. Rastrapal, Mahathera  
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Meditation System: Mahasi Sayadaw Satipatthana Vipassana

The International Meditation Centre hosts ten-day beginners' courses in Vipassana, and thirty-day courses for the more experienced. Donations are accepted, as there are no fixed fees. Their new and underdeveloped site, 5km away near the university, the Dhamma Bodhi International Meditation Centre, also organises ten-day courses and offers a motley collection of basic bungalows and tents. Several other courses take place throughout the winter.

The Root Institute for Wisdom and Culture

Address: Bihar 824231, Gaya District, PO Bodhgaya  
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Gelugpa (FPMT)
Phone: +631 400 714 / - 400 548
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Main Contact: Trisha Donelly (Director)  
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Tradition: Tibetan. Foundation For the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). Along with seminars, the Root Institute for Wisdom Culture, in a rural setting 1.5km west of the main temple, organises short and week-long residential courses, mostly focussing on the Mahayana tradition. The institute does not belong to any religious order, and has a low-key approach, working with the local community on education and health projects. Mud huts are available for retreats, and guests who appreciate a quiet environment are also welcome.

The Ultimate Truth Preaching Mission

Address: Shanti Niketan Bouddha Vihara, Tuichawng, Dist: Lunglei, Mizoram, India.   Lunglei Mizoram 796730
Tradition: Theravada
Affiliation: Regd. No. SR/MZ-86 of 29.03.200.
Phone: 9612602899
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Teacher: Sudip Chakma  
Main Contact: Sudip Chakma  Email  (Phone: 9612602899)
Spiritual Director: RAJESH KUMAR CHAKMA  Email  (Phone: 9863873175)
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THE ULTIMATE TRUTH PREACHING MISSION, (a socio-religious organization ) have the honour to state that the SHANTI NIKETAN BOUDDHA VIHARA was established in the year 1968 by a local Managing Committee with a very temporary structure. The village Tuichawng is located in south west corner of Mizoram India near Indo-Bangladesh Border.

Most of the villagers are CHAKMA in tribe and BUDDHIST by religion. About 400 families live at Tuichawng and surrounding villages. The total population is around 2800 who live on shifting cultivation. Due to inavailability of fertile land in the locality, they can not produce enough crops for their livelihood. So, they live a miserable life just hand to mouth. Being poor, our people can not contribute fund to develop the Buddhist monastery. During last twenty five years, it was anyhow constructed with sown timber structure with GCI sheet roofing in 1996. Now it has become very old. The villagers are trying to re-build it with concrete structure. An small amount has already been gathered which is not enough. It has become very difficult to gather more fund.

Beside this, Our organization has started a mission school names as AHIMSA SCHOOL for the needy and privileged children. We also appeal all to extend your helping hands by giving us support to provide education to our unfortunate children. We primarily needs teacher’s salary and building grants.

Therefore on behalf of the Buddhist people of this locality, do appeal your organization to look into the matter sympathetically and come forward to provide us financial assistance for the further development and construction of the Buddhist Monastery mentioned above. For the act of which your kindness, we shall remain ever grateful.

Thosamling Institute for International Buddhist Women

Address: Thosamling Institute Sidhpur 176057 Dharamsala, Distt Kangra (HP) India  Himachal Pradesh 176057
Tradition: Mahayana
Phone: +91 1892 246 731
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Main Contact: Tenzin Sangmo  Email  (Phone: 91 1892 246 731)
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Provides support and training for nuns as well as comprehensive study of Buddhist philosophy and Tibetan language. Female and male lay practitioners also study and practice as part of the community.

Thosamling has a two year Tibetan language study programme and ever increasing Dharma study options within the Tibetan tradition.  HH Dalai Lama has visited and recommends us to newly ordained western nuns.  He is also one of our main benefactors and it was His Holiness who gave the name "Thosamling."  The name means "a place for study and reflection of the Buddhist teachings."

Thubten Lekshey Ling

Address: #41, 3rd Cross, Ulsoor Road,   Bangalore Karnataka 560042
Tradition: Vajrayana, Practice lineage - Nyingma
Affiliation: Nyingma Tibetan Buddhism
Phone: +91-98802-96930
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Teachers: Khenchen Tsewang Gyatso Rinpoche  
Teachers: His Eminenace Gyangkhang Rinpoche  
Main Contact: Phuntsok Namgyal  Email  (Phone: +91-9880296930)
Teacher: His Holiness Pema Norbu (Penor) Rinpoche  
Spiritual Director: His Holiness Pema Norbu (Penor) Rinpoche  
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Thubten Lekshey Ling is a Nyingma Buddhist Meditation & Study Centre in Bangalore founded by His Holiness Penor Rinpoche, the former head of Nyingma school of Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. The center conducts meditation classes, spiritual discourses and advanced study programs. All senior masters of Namdroling Monastery visits the center regularly and gives teachings and empowerments.

Tripitaka Tamil Foundation

Address: 89 F ,Third street Malleshwari Nagar Madambakkam Chennai 600126   Chennai 600126
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 9865122552 ,9003056091
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Treasurere : Upasaka E Anban  Email  (Phone: 9445369542 )
Teacher: Ven.D Bodhipala  
Main Contact: Ven.Dr Bodhipala  
General secretary : Prof.Dr K Jayabalan  Email  (Phone: 9003056091)
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Tripitaka Tamil foundation founded by Ven Dr Bodhipala Maha Thero of Madurai intended to translate Tripitaka text in to Tamil.A group of Buddhist scholaors were associate this valuable work in to Tamil language to benefit the societyat Large.As a part of foundation we translated Dighanikayam ,Pukkala Pannati Part 4 from Abhidhamma.

 May All Beings Be Happy!

Triratna Buddhist Community

Address: Block no. 52/2, Shiv Shakti Colony, University Road, Nr. Aakashwani Chowk   Rajkot Gujarat
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Friends of Western Buddhist Order
Phone: +919601261027
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Spiritual Director: Urgyen Sangharakshita  
Main Contact: Jerry Pardiwala  Email  (Phone: +919601261027)
Teacher: Manjuratna Shresthi  
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Namo Buddhay! 

We, at Triratna Buddhist Community, sincerely believe that labeling the teachings of our Master, Lord Gautam Buddha, based on sects is the result of not being able to understand and comprehend him correctly. Hence, we are a non-sectarian Buddhist community who believes in inculcating the best teachings of all the Masters which can help us develop ourselves and deepen our practice and understanding of Buddhism. We primarily refer to teachings of Urugyen Sangharakshita who spent years in India studying different interpretations of Buddhist teachings and traditions under various masters and finally gave us the crux of Buddhist teachings.

The classes are held every Wednesday at 9:00 P.M. To get in touch with the Sangha or know the location of classes, please contact Mr. Manjuratna Shresthi (+919427214919) or Mr. Jerry Pardiwala (+919601261027).

Tushita Mahayana Meditation Centre (New Delhi)

Address: 9 Padmini Enclave Hauz Khas New Delhi, 110016, India 
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (91) (11) 651 3400
Fax: (91) (11) 469 2963
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Tushita Meditation centre was founded in 1979 by the late Lama Thubten Yeshe and by the current Spiritual Director, Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche as a member of the FPMT. Since its inception, Tushita has provided a safe haven in which to investigate mind and heart, and a sacred place in which to find inner peace and clarity. Many great masters of the Tibetan tradition, including His Holiness the Dalai Lama, have taught at Tushita and helped to inspire others along the spiritual path.

The Centre Offers:
• A tranquil and inspiring meditation room
• Regular programmes and discussion groups
• A Buddhist library of over 1000 titles
• Teachings by highly qualified lamas, scholars and teachers.
• The annual Dharma Celebration, a public event featuring discourses by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
• Weekend retreats close to Delhi
• Arrangements to attend courses held at sister centres in Nepal and other parts of India.

Tushita Meditation Centre - Dharamsala INDIA

Address: Tushita Meditation Centre, Dharamkot Village, McLeod Ganj   Dharamsala Himachal Pradesh 176219
Tradition: Mahayana
Affiliation: FPMT
Phone: (+91) 8988 160988
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Spiritual Director: Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche  
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Tushita Meditation Centre is a centre for the study and practice of Buddhism from the Tibetan Mahayana tradition. The centre is located in the forested hills above McLeod Ganj - the seat in exile of His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama.

Tushita aims to provide a friendly and conducive environment for people to contact, learn and put into practice the teachings of the Buddha. We organize regular introductory courses on Buddhist Philosophy and Meditation, as well as retreats and advanced courses for experienced students.

Vipassana International Academy (Dhammagiri)

Address: Dhamma Giri; P.O. Box 6 Igatpuri 422 403 District Nasik; Maharashtra; India. 
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, The tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin as taught by S.N. Goenka
Phone: [91] (025) 538-4076,4086,4302
Fax: [91] (025)538-4176
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Meditation System: As taught by S.N. Goenka. In a ten day retreat, meditators begin by undertaking the Five Precepts of moral conduct as the basis for their practice. They work to concentrate the mind by focusing on the natural breath at the nostril. Once sufficient concentration is established, they proceed to the technique of Vipassana proper: They explore their mental and physical nature by moving attention systematically throughout the body, dispassionately observing the physical sensations that occur. This ever-deepening introspection sets in motion a process by which past conditioning of the mind is eliminated layer by layer. The course concludes with the practice of Metta Bhavana, the mental sharing with others the benefits meditators have gained by their practice.

Intensive silent retreats are open to the general public. The usual course format is ten days. There is no charge for the teaching. Donations are accepted from participants only to cover room, board, and other operating expenses. Most courses are conducted by authorised assistant teachers.

Wat Pa (Thai-Bharat Society)

Address: (Buddhagaya Vanaram Temple) Bodhgaya, Bihar, India 
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: 631-400528
Fax: 91-631-400845
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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


Address: A-72, Kirti Nagar   New Delhi NDelhi 110015
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Phone: 09990913013
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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.

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
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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 Men Buddhist Association (India)

Address: D-7, Hauz Khas, New Delhi  Delhi Uttar Pradesh 110016
Tradition: Theravada
Phone: Ravi Bhardwaj Ph. 09811475382
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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
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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
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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 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  
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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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