Thursday, January 13, 2011

Kerala Triratna purchases land for Buddhist Centre

Triratna's new land and hut at Mynagapally in Kerala 
Vivekaratna, Director of the Nagarjuna Training Institute, Triratna’s training centre at Nagaloka in central India, writes with a report on his recent visit to South India - historic because as part of it he was able to complete the purchase of a small piece of land at Mynagapally in Kerala where the local Sangha will be able to use as a Triratna Buddhist Centre.

After beginning his tour in Chennai, he writes -

“I made a further journey to Mynagapally in Kerala to get the sale deed of piece of land together with a hut constructed on it, registered in favour of the Nagarjuna Training Institute, Nagpur. I stayed in Subhasa’s house. His house is being used as a temporary Dhamma-centre. We were performing daily evening Puja and the ex-trainees were participating.

Accompanying this report is the photo of Land (25.2m x 11.3m) and the hut (6.15m x 6.5m) that we purchased at Mynagapally. Dhamma and Social activities will be run by ex-trainees from this place henceforth. Now we have a small asset in the name of NTI for spreading the Dhamma in Kerala with the help of our ex-trainees. I am attaching my visit report, please publish same on Triratna News”.

“At NTI we had our third Alumni Conference from 1st Jan to 9th Jan 2011. This was for graduates of NTI’s training programme. It was possible because Ven Quang -Shin from Taiwan supported us financially. I will send the report of the alumni conference soon.

With Metta.

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