Byoma Kusuma Buddhadharma Sangha, United Kingdom (BKBDS-UK)
The Sangha in the UK has been active since September, 2002 with a centre based in South Ruislip, London. The centre is registered with the HMRC and is home to our Sahayak Dharmacharyas (Assistant Dharma Masters), Pratistha Karki and Rajesh Khadka. It is also a place for the sangha to meet, and also plays host to regular discourses on Buddhist philosophy, pujas, and other activities.
We have informal groups in South East London and Sheffield, who practice under the guidance of our Sahayak Dharmacharyas.
Please contact our office if you wish to be in touch with our informal groups.
Weekly Dharma Discussion Group
These are informal dharma discussion sessions that generally run for six weeks.
The sessions, for children aged eight and over, are full of fun and insight. They are run over a series of six weeks and combine meditation with therapeutic play using Buddhist and psychological approaches.
Ganachakra Puja (Feast Offering)
Ganachakra feast offering pujas are held bi-monthly for those who have received tantric empowerments. Generally, sangha members who have taken refuge in the three jewels are allowed to attend the Guru Rinpoche Ganachakra Puja. Attendance at other Ganachakra Pujas are strictly restricted to those that have received the empowerment of the concerned Yidam (Deity).
Pujas and other ceremonial rituals
Day and residential retreats
Regular group workshops and 1:1 therapy sessions. Please visit Vajra Tara Holistic Therapy to learn more about these sessions.
Formal classes on Buddhist philosophy are available for Sangha members who wish to learn in a structured environment. Please visit Vikramashila: Byoma Kusuma’s Institute of Advanced Learning to learn more about these classes.
Please contact us to know more about our events.
You can make an appointment to visit us by contacting our office at email@example.com.
We do not have our own guest quarters, so visitors from abroad should make their own personal arrangements.
We are connected by Central Line. The centre is a five minutes walk from South Ruislip station.
Other Stations near us:
Ruislip Manor: Metropolitan and Piccadilly line
You can take Bus No. 114 from Harrow on the Hill, South Harrow, or from Ruislip Manor; or Bus No. E6 from Ealing Broadway and Ruislip Highstreet.