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Executive Summary


The Buddhism Discussion Program aims to create a space for open dialogue and exploration of Buddhist principles, philosophy, and practical applications in daily life. This program seeks to foster a sense of community, deepen participants’ understanding of Buddhism, and provide a platform for meaningful discussions.


The deep meaning of Buddhism revolves around understanding the nature of suffering, the causes of suffering, the possibility of liberation, and the ethical and mental practices that lead to enlightenment. It provides a comprehensive guide for living a life of wisdom, ethical conduct, and compassion, ultimately leading to the end of suffering and the realization of one’s true nature.

Program Date: 03/11/2023


  1. Facilitate Open Dialogue:
    • Encourage participants to share their thoughts, questions, and experiences related to Buddhism. Also teaching to participants about Buddha teaching and about Suttra deshana from Thripitaka books.
  2. Extend Understanding:
    • Provide opportunities for participants to extend their understanding of Buddhist teachings through group discussions and shared insights.
  3. Build Community:
    • Foster a sense of community among participants, creating connections and a supportive network for spiritual growth.



Buddhism discussion, pali language and meditation sessions will be on each weekend.



The program will consist of bi-weekly discussion sessions held on [specify days and times]. Each session will focus on a specific topic with ample time for open conversation and questions.

Target Audience

This program is open to individuals of all levels of experience with Buddhism. The primary target audience includes those interested in exploring and discussing Buddhist principles in a group setting.

Collaboration and Partnerships

Consider collaborating with local Buddhist scholars, teachers, or practitioners to lead specific discussion sessions. Seek partnerships with local communities and anyone interest about Buddhism also finding relief, meditation and learn about how mind work.


Cost involve below items

Hall booking charges- paid by the ICTB

Refreshment and transport- arrange by the community

Sounds and communication equipment’s- Provide by the ICTB

Other expenses- provide by the community



Utilize social media platforms, local community bulletin boards, and word-of-mouth to promote the program. Create visually appealing promotional materials highlighting key discussion topics.

Evaluation and Success Metrics

Implement participant feedback forms to gather insights after each session. Monitor attendance and engagement levels to assess the program’s success.



Summarize the proposal, emphasizing the potential impact of the Buddhism Discussion Program in fostering a sense of community and deepening participants’ understanding of Buddhist principles.


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