Visit Bodh Gaya – India – Special Buddhist Pilgrimage (With Chinese Subtitles)

Namaskar – Welcome to all over the world who are sincerely interested in Buddhism. I am Buddhika Sanjeewa. As a Buddhist and universal traveler, I have been to more than 25 countries in my 21 years of overseas travelling life. During the days of my official international travel, I visited many Buddhist Temples and most valuable historical Buddhist places all around the world. Based on my experience in global travelling, I decided to share with you on the importance of these sacred and of immense spiritual values of these Buddhist Temples and historical Buddhist places. This is the first program, “Bodh Gaya – India”. Today I bring to you an understanding based on Dhamma about the 7 weeks Buddha spent after enlightenment at Bodh Gaya situated in India. Please join with me. Let’s start the holy pilgrimage. Buddha, meaning ‘one who is awake’ in the sense of having ‘woken up to reality’ was the title first given to Lord Buddha. It was about 2600 years ago when Prince Siddhartha Gautam left all the worldly pleasures to attain the reality of life, and became the Buddha. Buddha’s teachings are most important for our whole life in every time. Buddha said, “One who see Dhamma see Buddha”. Click & Watch…. 

Meditation & Ordination Special Program – Vipassana Center, Cambodia….

Dhudaaga Meditation Training Opening ceremony at Vipassana Dhurak Buddhist Center of the Kingdom of Cambodia on Wednesday February 17, 2021 lead by great honor Most Venerable Maha Kammatthanariya Him Buntheoun, Dhammathera, the Director of Vipassana Dhura Buddhist Centre of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The real advice given for Sila, Vipassana, Meditation practice with 600 monks, Masters, Nuns, Virtuous peoples for attending this training ceremony. Dhudaanga from Pali is Cambodia the traditional Theravada Buddhism in Cambodia, Theravada Buddhism is the official religion in Cambodia which is practiced by 95 percent of the population, During the practice of Dhudaanga  Vipassana, the student is instructed to observe the truth of sensations throughout the body. It is a choiceless observation. The student is instructed not to give any importance to any particular sensation or to have any bias or preference for any sensation. Vipassana students progress on the path leading to real happiness. Every time a negative thought or emotion arises, instead of suppressing or blindly expressing these negativities, the student enjoys the benefits of the middle path of mere observation. Special Thanking to Most Venerable Hun Khamra Kasyapa Thero & Most Venerable Yin Vay Thero – Cambodia. Click & Watch…. 

World’s Famous Buddhist Places – Explore the Worldwide….

The USA Hsi Lai Temple, JAPAN Todaiji Temple, SOUTH KOREA Haeinsa Temple, CHINA Lingguang Temple, HONG KONG Tian Tan Temple, TAIWAN Fo Guang Shan Temple, MALAYSIA Thean Hou Temple, INDONESIA Borobudur Temple, MYANMAR Shwedagon Pagoda Temple, CAMBODIA Angkor Wat Temple, THAILAND Dhammakaya Temple, NEPAL Boudhanath Stupa, TIBET Jokhang Temple, BHUTAN Tigers Nest Temple these are the World’s Famous Buddhist Places. This is the greatest gift and the most exalted message that can deliver to the whole world. In order to reach out to Buddhist communities around the World, this video will be explored worldwide. Shifu International’s YouTube Channel will be showing this amazing videos. Please click and join with us. This is the link of the special Buddhist Videos. . According to the teachings of the Lord Gautama Buddha, “Ye ca kho sammadakkhate dhamme dhammanuvattino Te jana paramessanti maccudheyyam suduttaram” (Dhammapada – Pandita vagga – The wise) Those who understand the Dhamma well – expounded by the Buddha and live according to it, they will cross the sea of Sansara to reach the Nibbana. .

Buddha’s Sacred Places in India (Dambadiva) – Enlightenment at Bodh Gaya

The Bodh Gaya The site of the Enlightenment of Gautama Buddha. It is here in Gaya, that Lord Buddha attained enlightenment under a Bodhi tree. Gaya is situated about 100kms from Patna, the capital of Bihar. It is the second largest city and is the most popular tourist destination in Bihar. The city is established on the bank of River Phalgu and is named after the demon called Gayasur. Today, Bodhgaya is an important place of Buddhist pilgrimage in India and has a number of monasteries, which were constructed by devout Buddhists of Japan, Thailand, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. The major attraction in Gaya is the Maha Bodhi Temple or the Vishal Buddha Mandir that has a mammoth statue of Buddha in a deep meditation. Then there is the Bodhi tree that is situated on a huge platform; it is believed that this tree is the offspring of the actual tree under which Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. The Chaukramama or the Jewel Walk is yet another place of interest in Bodhgaya; it is said that this was the spot where Buddha used to come for a stroll. Visit