Colombia ( Non-Center )
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Dhamm Ālaya ( Center )
DhammĀlaya, meaning 'Abode of Dhamma', is serenely set in 22 acres of State Park Zone land, with a view of blue hills, green fields and sounds of mewing of peacocks and other bird song. The Centre is 5 kms from Hatkanangale bus station and 6.5 kms from Hatkananglale Railway station where all trains from Mumbai and Pune halt. The centre consists of a fan shaped Dhamma Hall that can comfortably accommodate 250 students, and a pagoda with 153 cells.
Dhamma Ābhā ( Center )
Dhamma Ābhā, which means the "Radiance of Dhamma", is situated on a lush green plateau. In the background mountains are towering up in the east. The center itself is located in the central part of the 61 hectare ground, the buildings are in modern Thai-style. There are a lot of ponds, fruit trees and bamboos.
Dhamma Adicca ( Center )
Dhamma Adicca (Sun of Dhamma) meditation centre is located close to Mobara town, Chiba prefecture, and is easily reached from central Tokyo on the JR Sotobou line (90mins).
Covering an area of of more than three acres and protected by hills on three sides, the centre is quietly secluded and offers an ideal environment for meditation.
All courses are taught in English with translation in Japanese.
Dhamma Ajantā ( Center )
Dhamma Ajantā (meaning Dhamma in the area of the historical Ajanta Caves), is one of the numerous centers in the western state of Maharashtra, India. It is located near the city of Aurangabad, and is easily accessible via air, rail, and ground transportation. The center currently supports 50 male and 40 female individual residential quarters, with a meditation hall that can comfortably accommodate up to 120 meditators.
Dhamma Ajay ( Center )
Dhamma Aloka ( Center )
Dhamma Aloka (Light of Dhamma) was purchased in 1995 after years of searching for a site. The property is at Woori Yallock (“running stream” in the local Aboriginal language), one hour’s drive east of Melbourne and only ten kilometres from the renowned Healesville wildlife sanctuary.
The centre is on a hill which adjoins a reserve on the banks of the Yarra river, with an outlook across lush river flats towards mountain ranges. The eighteen acre site has a Dhamma Hall with 22 meditation cells, kitchen and dining room complex, accommodation with single rooms and dormitories, a toilet-shower block. It is mostly cleared with a fringe of ti-tree and eucalypt forest. The impression is one of seclusion and tranquillity.