Devdaha, Kartik 1, 2079 – Lumbini Buddhist University reached two significant milestones today, furthering its mission to promote Buddhist teachings and meditation. In a momentous event, the foundation stone of the Vipassana meditation center was laid on the university’s sprawling Devdaha campus. The event was graced by the esteemed presence of renowned monks from Verma and received substantial support from the international community.
The Vipassana meditation center is poised to become a hub of serenity and spiritual exploration, catering to seekers from around the world. The university extends its heartfelt gratitude to the dedicated Buddhist monks and nuns who made the journey from Verma to support the establishment of this center. Their spiritual guidance and wisdom will be invaluable in shaping this center into a sanctuary for meditation and self-discovery.
In a simultaneous endeavor, the construction of the university’s administrative building’s second floor in Devdaha reached completion today. This milestone comes 73 days after the initial foundation stone laying ceremony, graced by the presence of IBC President Dhamma Piya. The administrative building is a crucial component of the university’s expansion plans in Devdaha, which include the development of various structures, including meditation centers and educational facilities.
Lumbini Buddhist University remains steadfast in its commitment to develop and expand its campus in Devdaha. It is actively seeking support from international donors to realize its vision of constructing essential facilities and structures, which will foster the study and practice of Buddhism, meditation, and spirituality on this sacred land. The university’s ongoing efforts have garnered the attention and support of the international community, indicating a promising future for Buddhist education and meditation in the region.
As the university continues to grow and flourish, it remains dedicated to upholding the principles and teachings of Buddhism, spreading peace, enlightenment, and spiritual awareness in the world. The laying of the foundation stone for the Vipassana meditation center and the progress on the administrative building’s second floor are indicative of the university’s commitment to its mission.