New Jersey Buddhist Vihara and Meditation Center

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Notice Board


Opening Hours
8:00am - 9:00pm Everyday
» Weekly Dhamma Connect Live program (every Saturday at 6pm ET - 8pm ET)
» 12 th Anniversary of the Opening of the Samadhi Buddha in NJBV on 11th September 2021 at 3.00pm.
» The Dhamma School and Sinhala Class - Sundays from 2:00 to 5:00pm
» Guided Meditation Sessions - Every Friday from 7:30 to 8:30pm
» Buddha Puja and Seth Pirith Every Day at 7:30 pm
» Mahasamaya Sutta Desana - Every Wednesday at 8:00pm
» Dhamma Chakka Sutta Desana - Every Saturday at 8:00pm



What is new


» Katina Ceremony & Other Ceremonies in 2021

» 12 th Anniversary of the Opening of the Samadhi Buddha in NJBV on 11th September 2021 at 3.00pm.

» Foundation for New Vihara & Meditation center

New Building Project


DONATIONS
New Building
» Groundbreaking Ceremony Pictures
» Current Status of Construction (Pictures)

Exterior 3D Walkthrough
Interior 3D Walkthrough

MISSION STATEMENT


I was ordained as a Buddhist monk in 1964. The New Jersey temple community encouraged and helped me to achieve my goals that I had in my mind when I was ordained. My first mission was accomplished when we built the Samadhi Buddha Statue.

The New Jersey Buddhist Vihara is dedicated to serve Buddhists, as well as non-Buddhists in the United States, essentially for religious, cultural and social purposes. The proposed new building, the NJBV Meditation & Activity Center, will serve everyone -- irrespective of age, gender or creed. The Meditation Center will teach and practice traditional meditation techniques, and will also be a center for intellectual pursuits, including the study and practice of meditation and inter-faith dialogue.As part of our mission, we will encourage scholars and practitioners of all faiths and denominations to visit and interact with us.

The overall goals of the NJBV will be to serve all of humanity at a time of need - particularly when one is emotionally distressed. It will cater to a wide range of people, from pregnant mothers and young children to adolescents, adults and the elderly.