The Project


Buddha Bhumi Buddhist Center Project is a non-governmental, religious, educational and social service organization for the holistic development of mankind. This project is concerned with the education of the helpless and underprivileged children deprived of proper education. Besides that, it will conduct training programs to the Buddhist monks for the progress of the world peace.

Objectives of Buddha Bhumi Buddhist Center:

  1. Develop Dhamma Research and Education
    1. Bhikkhu & Samaner (Monks & Novice) Dhamma/Vinaya Training Center.
    2. Buddha Dhamma Research and Education Center for children, youth and all ages.
  2. Scholarship programs for poor but Intelligent children.
  3. Propagate Buddha's teachings to locals and others.
  4. Help to helpless children, youths and older people.
  5. Conduct Free Health Camp.
  6. Writing, translating and publishing books on Buddhism in local and foreign languages.
  7. Conducting meditation programs for retreat and spiritual development.
  8. Establish a resources library for the benefit of students, teachers and researchers.
  9. Publish a monthly magazine on Buddhism.
  10. Launch action-orientated programs in the areas of social culture and humanitarian and relief activities.
  11. Conduct various seminars for the welfare of (Buddhists) children, youth and people of all ages.
  12. Establish a Buddhist monastery for religious activities of the devotees to benefit peace of mind.
  13. To maintain relationship with international Buddhist friendship and brotherhood societies and with mutual understanding to direct Buddhism towards the movement for world peace.
  14. Conduct Dhamma preaching and Dhamma lecture programs.
  15. Conduct Buddhist festivals and ceremony programs regularly accoring to calendar.


Salient Features of Buddha Bhumi Buddhist Center:

Buddha Bhumi Buddhist Center Project, Nepal is a multi-dimensional project with the sole aim of benefiting humanity. In order to achieve its objectives, the following infrastructures are needed:

Religious Aspect = Dhamma & Meditation Hall Big Stupa & Buddha Statue Big Bell & Pond

Educational Aspect = Class Rooms & Library Office & Computer Room

Residential Aspect = Monks & Students' Quarters Guest House

Environmental Aspect = Garden & Tree Planting Green Ground

Miscellaneous = Kitchen & Dining Hall, Main Gate & Wall, Health Room

Details of Infrastructure:

  1. Religious Aspect:
    1. Dhamma Hall:
    2. This is the main structure, which will be located at the central point. It will occupy approximately 600 sq. m. of area and will hold a 6m tall monument of Buddha. This hall will be opened for all the people to worship. The building for the Dhamma hall shall be constructed in traditional Nepali style.
    3. Stupa:
    4. The Stupa will be constructed at the center point of the pond. The stupa will hold four different images of Buddha at its four sides.
    5. Buddha Statue:
    6. This standing image of Buddha is to be constructed inside the Dhamma hall. The statue will be 6m tall and it will represent to deliver message of peace to the people all over the world.
  2. Educational Aspect:
  3. The educational block will include about 10 classrooms which can accommodate an average of 30 students. This block also has a separate office room, toilets and a staff room. The library at this block will hold about 1000 volumes of Buddhist literature and will accommodate 50 visitors at one time.
  4. Residential Aspect:
  5. The residential aspect include quarters for monks, students and guest rooms for the guests. The monks' quarters will house 30 rooms. The students hostel will have a capacity of 80-100 students. This block will also have a separate common hall and other facilities. The guest room will hold 10 visitors at a time.
  6. Environmental Aspect:
  7. The garden, plantation of Bodhi Brichya tree and a special pond with lotus plants will be the main attraction of this aspect. The greenery and flowers of the garden will inspire people to refresh their minds at this center.
  8. Miscellaneous:
  9. Kitchen and a dining hall for monks, students and visitors will be made with a capacity of 150 heads at a time. The boundary wall for the security of this center is also to be constructed. The front gate will be of old Nepali style.

Buddha Bhumi Buddhist Center (BBBC)

Buddha, the awakened one taught the beauty of generosity and the bliss of renunciation; the need for unity, simplicity and equality; the message of peace, compassion, wisdom and devotion and the need of the humanitarian services. Considering his great teachings, Buddhism is more in need and relevant today in this turbulant world than ever before in the history of mankind.

"If there is any religion that could cope with modern scientific needs it would be Buddhism." - Einstein

Contact Details

Telephone: 977-1-5110414

Bhikkhu Saddhatissa and Kolita
G.P.O. Box 1205
Sthool, Tokha
Kathmandu, Nepal