|» Vihara Program for 2017|
|» Year 2017 Calendar|
|Weekend Vas Program at NJBV (October 7th and 8th)|
|2017 Katina Celebration (October 14th)|
|Thiththagalle Anandasiri Thero's Dhamma discussions|
|Fundraising Event for Proposed NJBV Building Project|
|The Dhamma School and Sinhala Class - Sundays from 2:00 to 5:00pm|
|Guided Meditation Sessions - Every Friday from 8:00 to 9:30pm|
|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|
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.