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Programs for Upcoming Events 2024-25

13
DEC

14 - 15
DEC

18 - 19
DEC

08 - 12
JAN

22 - 23
JAN

21 - 23
FEB

25 - 27
FEB

28 - FEB
to
01 - MAR

02 - 03
MAR

04 - 05
MAR

Programs for Past Events

26
NOV

Sarnath, India.

24
NOV

Kushnigar, India.

22
NOV

Sravasti, India.

Venerable Mahasangha of LBDFI participated in 4th International Tipitaka Chanting and Buddhist Conclave at Jetavana, Sravasti on 7-8th November. Buddha spent 25 Rainy seasons at Sravasti and six of those were at the monastery of Visakha. Venerable Mahasangha visited the remains of Pubbarama, the monastery of Visakha and offered prayers. Here are some pictures from the Sravasti.

20
Dec

Lucknow, India.

18
NOV

Sankasya, India.

In 2013 LBDFI installed a Dharma Bell in the historic site of Sankasya, the site where the Buddha returned to the earth from the heavenly realm at the end of the seventh Vassa, having taught the Abhidamma to his mother and other devas. It is also recorded that the Buddha returned every day to eat in the northern continent, and Sariputta went there by his psychic power and served him and so was able to receive the teachings, returning to Sankasya to write them down every evening in a nearby vihara. Because of this, Sankasya is associated with the Abhidamma and venerated by all Buddhists as one of the eight ancient sites of pilgrimage.

14
Dec

02
Dec

Bodhgaya, India.

New Delhi. Around 5,000 monks and nuns from around the world, including from India will be gathering in Bodhgaya from December 2 to 12, 2023 for the 18th International Tipitaka chanting Programme. As a precursor to this event, a symposium was held at the National Museum today on “Revival of Buddha Dhamma in the Land of Origin”, organised jointly by the International Buddhist Confederation (IBC) and the Light of Buddha Dharma Foundation International (LBDFI) of Berkeley, US, which is leading a pilgrimage this week of 40 international monks to many Buddhist sites in India.Starting her pilgrimage in India, Dr Wangmo Dixey, Executive Director of LBDFI said, “today is an auspicious beginning as we start our Dharma Training Wheel program with 45 monastics from Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, India and Tibet. We begin our journey here, in Delhi, the capital of the homeland of Buddhism, and start by reciting from the Dhammapada, the profound text that has guided countless individuals on the path of wisdom and enlightenment.

19
NOV

Orissa, India.

14
NOV

Lumbini, India.

02
NOV

New Delhi, India.

Awakening the Sound of the Dharma in All the Sacred Places of the Buddha Under the Coordination of Light of Buddhadharma Foundation International & Sponsored by Faithful Servants of the Triple Gem 4 TH International Dhammapada Chanting New Delhi, Sri Aurobindo Ashram 1st Sattipattana Conference New Delhi, Gautam Buddha University

02
NOV

Vaishali, India.

Vaishali is deeply associated with the buddha. Buddha gave many important sermons here Lucchivis of Vaishali enshrined their share of body relics of buddha here. Venerable Mahasangha of LBDFI recited sutta at the relic stupa site. Local school children also participated in the event.

18
Dec

Kandy, Sri Lanka.

08
Dec

Nagpur, India.

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