Theravāda Buddhism Web Directory

Sakyadhita, the name of the International Association of Buddhist Women, means "Daughters of the Buddha."

The objectives of Sakyadhita, as expressed at its founding meeting in 1987 in Bodhgaya, India, are:

- To promote world peace through the practice of the Buddha's teachings

- To create a network of communications for Buddhist women throughout the world

- To promote harmony and understanding among the various Buddhist traditions

- To encourage and help educate women as teachers of Buddhadharma

- To provide improved facilities for women to study and practice the teachings

- To help establish the Bhikshuni Sangha (community of fully-ordained nuns) where it does not currently exist.

A list of Theravada temples in Vietnam.

Here you will find descriptions of retreat places that Dieter Baltruschat and others have kindly gathered and written down over the last few years. We try to keep this information accurate and up-to-date, so that it can be a reliable resource for Buddhist meditators.

Portal to most Czech Buddhist web sites, mainly Theravada.

The British Columbia Insight Meditation Society (BCIMS) is a non-profit organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Formed to connect and support Buddhist meditation communities in B.C. that practice in the Theravada tradition, we provide access to teachings through classes, sitting groups, study groups and retreats, and build sangha through community events and volunteer work.

We invite you to join us exploring the Buddha’s teachings on insight, generosity and kindness; and in awakening the body, mind and heart in formal meditation practice and in the challenge of daily life.

Objective:
To Promote unity and friendship amongst Malaysian Buddhists; to observe Buddha's Precepts; to propagate the Dharma; to promote social welfare works; to uplift human morality and to foster racial harmony.

Here you can find information about Vipassana meditation in the tradition of the Ven. Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma (now Myanmar).

Vipassanagruppen is a nonprofit organisation for people interested in insight meditation. Regular sittings, seminars and retreats. Swedish and English

The NBO was founded in 1993 to promote fellowship and dialogue between Buddhist organizations, to facilitate co-operation in matters of common interest and to work in harmony with Buddhist and likeminded organizations around the world.

Directory of sitting groups led by Stephen Archer, Jeremy Logan, Sharda Rogell, Lucy Schwabe and Hugh Tennent.