The Hume Interfaith Networks will undertake a tour of the Daham Niketanaya Buddhist Temple Tour, Yuroke, Victoria, on evening of 28 April, 2018. The bus pickup point will be at the Hume Learning Centre.
The Daham Niketanaya was established in 1994 by the North Victorian Buddhist Association Inc. Now located at Yuroke, the temple’s main objectives is to maintain a centre for education and training in Buddhist culture and Asian languages. The temple also engages in activities to increase awareness of Buddhism and meditation in the wider community. One of temple’s main tasks is to promote social fellowship and harmony within the framework of tolerance, participation, loving kindness and compassion in keeping with the Buddhist tradition.
The Centre also caters for the practice of meditation and encourages the practical observance of Theravada Buddhism for Buddhists and non Buddhists among Australians.
- Modest attire required
- Please avoid wearing dark colours
- Shoes not to be worn inside the temple
- Hands must be washed upon entry to the temple
- Smoking not permitted
Program: Tour of Daham Niketanaya Buddhist Temple
Date: Saturday, 28 April 2018
Bus Pickup Point Hume Global Learning Centre, 1093 Pascoe Vale Rd, Broadmeadows
Time for Bus Pickup: 5:30pm
Catering Vegetarian Dinner provided
Booking: Bookings essential
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org | 03 9205 2472
More Information: www.dahamniketanaya.org.au
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