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Programs & Activities

Programs and activities are joyful functions whereby one re-asserts faith in goodness, one rededicates oneself to the path of purity, wisdom, loving kindness and compassion.

1. Buddha Jayanti - Vesakha - Buddha Day
The full-moon day in the month of Visakha (May) marking the birth, enlightenment and passing away of the Buddha, is celebrated as a week-long program of intense spiritual activity and humanitarian service, such as, Week-long Pabbajja retreat program, hospital dana service, seminars, meditation courses, etc.

2. Dhammacakka Pavattana Day - Dhamma Day
After his enlightenment, the day on which he delivered his first discourse and thereby set in motion the Wheel of Dhamma is celebrated with solemnity. This discourse epitomizes the entire teaching of the Buddha. This is on the full-moon day of July.

3. Pavarana Day - Sangha Day
Pavarana day signifies the conclusion of the Rain's Retreat, a three-month long period of intense spiritual practice and meditation. This day is observed as Civara dana day by the lay devotees who take this opportunity to offer robes and other requisites to the holy order of monks.

4. Dhammapada Festival
Dhammapada epitomizes the entire teachings of the Buddha in 423 verses of pure wisdom. The festival comprises of Puja and discourses, seminars on the Dhammapada, so as to be a guide to practical living. This is also celebrated as Founder's Birthday on Full-Moon-Day of March.

  • Weekend Spritual Pooja(Chanting)
  • Meditation Classes
  • Group Meditation Classes
  • Pournami Pooja
You may also take this opportunity to join us our spirtual poojas and other activities
Last Words

The Buddha tirelessly traveled and taught until his death at age 80. His last words to his followers:

"Behold, O monks, this is my last advice to you. All component things in the world are changeable. They are not lasting. Work hard to gain your own salvation."

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