Since its inception in 1981, our abbot and invited Rinpoches
have been actively propagating the Buddhist teachings, conducting
pujas and prayers during Buddhist festivals and auspicious days.
They also provide Buddhist counseling services to all members and devotees.
In order to accomodate new expansions such as a comprehensive resource
library, more activities and pujas, the building of a new centre is
paramount to the development of buddhist teachings in Singapore.
The proposed 4 storey Institute building with modern facilities will be built on the
existing site to incorporate a large Shrine hall that can accommodate 500 people
and have more classrooms, study and meditation rooms, a library, living quarters
and guest rooms.
The new building will allow us to host a wide range of dharma and social activities and events. These include:
Instructing lay practitioners on structured Buddhist teachings and practice of progressive meditation, from basic to advanced levels.
Organizing short retreat for practitioners to learn and practice advance teachings.
Inviting qualified masters from the various Kagyud International Institutes to conduct lessons on Buddhist philosophy, arts and craft and Tibetan language.
Translating and publishing Buddhist texts and teachings for distribution.
Conducting lessons on health exercises and organizing social activities for the well being of its members and devotees.