Byoma Kusuma Buddhadharma Sangha


Byoma Kusuma means Sky Flower in Sanskrit and calls to mind the insubstantiality of phenomena, which lies at the heart of Buddhist philosophy and its doctrine of emptiness.

Byoma Kusuma Buddhadharma Sangha (BKBDS) was established by the Vidyadhara Acharya Mahayogi Sridhar Rana Rinpoche in April 1996 with the goal of disseminating all aspects of the Buddhadharma to those interested in studying and practising it. It was formally registered in March 2007. Headquartered in Bishalnagar, Kathmandu, and with centres in other parts of Nepal, along with the USA and UK, the Sangha offers a range of activities to support practitioners and seekers, both beginners and those more advanced on the path.

Vision and Mission

BKBDS seeks to spread a message of joy, happiness and healing to all those who seek it by making the Buddhadharma accessible to them via the unique and dynamic approach to mind transformation introduced by the Vidyadhara Acharya Mahayogi Sridhar Rana Rinpoche.

Byoma Kusuma Translation Committee

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Sad Dharma Ratna Mahamarga Krama

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