Ahinsawadi Mahabaudha Orphan School
Ahinsawadi Mahabaudha Orphan School The basic of Buddhism is the practice of loving- kindness, compassion, joy equanimity and six perfection. As it is said by unsurpassable Buddha -“If you want to serve one, than you serve to helpless, orphans, lessfortunates, geriatrics and sickpersons” with authentic altruistic attitude and such aspiration Karma Gyan Sagar Rinpochhe has been established Ahinsawadi Mahabaudha Orphan School in 2055 B.S, This school is running now from nursarry to class eight. This organization has been providing monastic and modern education for 135 orphan students 26 different districts as well providing them educational materials, food, lodging, clothing and medical treatment to all students. This school has been managed by financial and infrastructural support of all of you well-wishers. So to give continuity of school in the future and provide higher education for those who is far away from the light of education. Your kind full help and good wishes is very important, so please make a donation to realise our dream and became a part of Ahinsawadi Mahabaudha Orphan School family and together, we can watch our children go forward in to the future with hope.
Making a donation Account no: 333000002306 Account name: Ahinsawadi Mahabaudha Anath Kosh Address: Rastriya vanijya bank, bardaghat branch, nawalparasi Nepal
Religious Material Structures:
- This organization built a first monastery at Jagatpur v.d.c.-7 kerung chitwan in 2063 B.S. than after Dechhen Tharpaling monastery and eight fold stupa at Bharatpur Municipality-1 Devghat, Chitawan.
- Sangak Dechhenling monastery, Bodhisattva stupa, Ahinsawadi Mahabaudha Orphan School, hostel, Buddha park, guest house, meditation hall, Three year traditional retreat center and central office building has been established in Daunne mountain Dumkibas VDC nawalparasi Lumbini zone after 2037 B.S.
- Many monasteries has been established in the different part of Nepal after 2045 B.S such as in Makwanpur district - Gadhi, Hetauda, Bhaise, Chuniya, Danda Kharka, Hadikhola, Newarpani and. In Chitawan district- Ratnanagar tandi, Lankaline, Padampur and ganganagar. In Nawalparasi district - Koilapani, jharahi khola, Dumkibas and Triveni. In Nuwakot district- Trisuli, Paitiskilo, Raising, Deurali,Tune, Deurali Mane, Samari, Pokhari, Maibal, Phaleto, Salme, Kaule, Karki, Kimtang, Gonbagang, Saunedhara, Sano Kimtang, Thulo Kimtang and Barsunchet. In Dhading district - Mahur, Chhyapleng, Negang, Darkha, Rhi, Dhuseni, Gaira, Chautara, Tikadhung, Tawal, Ladab, Patle, Nalang. In Gorkha district - Palungtar and Dungchet. Taratal in Bardiya district. Attariya in Kailali district. IBRD in Kanchanpur district. Amlekhgunj in Bara district. Badhniyar in Parsa district. Lotaha in Dhanusha district. Maisthan in Mahottari district. Musarniya in Siraha district.Thulo Bhardo in ilam district. Dhulabari in Jhapa district. Dhunge in Dolakha district and Mamba in sindhuli district.
Production of Trained Dharma Practionars:
Three month ritual training and sermon program has been organized in the 67 different places of 16 districts. In these program 2340 participants has been benefited. 140 Practionars completed the prilimintery practice (Ngondro). 117 Dharma Practionars accomplished the seven months and 15 days (108 times) Nyungne upashodha ( spiritual Dhyana of Avalokiteshwara) and 48 lamas accomplished the traditional retreat of three years and three months . This organization has been already extended in the 65 districts of Nepal.