Parama Dhamma Chethiya
Paarama Dhamma Chethiya Pirivena Ratmalana, Sri Lanka  
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Meditation
 
Special Lectures on Meditation

        Instructions for Meditation

        Special Lectures on Meditation

        Literature on Meditation  

        Group Discussions on Meditation and its application to day to day life.

 

        Buddhist Education

Classes for Novices and Bhikkus - Monday to Friday from 1.30 to 5.30 pm

Saturday School for Youngsters - Sinhala Medium

Sunday School for Youngsters - English Medium

Special Lectures on Buddhism

Traditional Dancing & Music by Lanka Gandharwa Foundation

Internet E-Mail at PDC Communication Centre

 

        Free Medical Services

               Sunday Free Medical Service at PDC Medical Centre

                Blood Donation Campaign

        Religious Services

       Full Moon Day [Poya day] Sermons & Ceremonies

       Observing Sil

       Dharma Prachara both nationally and internationally.

       Ordination Ceremonies

 

       Buddhist Art Centre
Contact Manager Nimal Chandrasiri
[941 2712886 Fax 2734679  E-Mail art@sri.lanka.net ]
 

  Show room for Buddha Statues

Fibre glass Statues
 
Plaster of Paris Statue

  International Library

 

               

Ven. Suriyagoda Sumangala(1879-1939), the first Buddhist monk in Sri Lanka to obtain a B.Litt. degree in English medium  
  The Parama Dhamma Cetiya Pirivena has been publishing many articles, booklets, books, etc. on Buddism and buddhist meditation. Some of which are listed here.

Anapana Sati
Relief
Noble Path
Rahulovada
You Are Responsible
Yahapath Birinda (Good Wife)
Yahapath Samiya (Good Husband)
Dhammadinnawa saha Chula Vedalla Sutraya
Sariyuth Himyan Saha Maha Vedalla Sutraya
Oba Mama (You and Me)
Thisarana
Chaturarya Sathyaya


 
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The Meditation Institute is in a serene atmosphere within the same block of land. It is surely a marvellous place to quieten one's mind. This Institute was built as a gift from Japan on 20th of January 1989. The building( main meditation hall) is a donation from Rev. Dr. Niva Rempo, the Incumbent of Eheiji Temple, Soko Sen Sect, Japan