Notice Board


You are cordially invited to attend a meditation session conducted


Dr. Sumana Perera


the London Buddhist Vihara

Saturday 12th October 2019

at 5.00pm – 8.00pm

All are welcome!


Buddhism Class

The Introduction to Buddhism class taken by Julian Wall commenced on
Monday, 7 October at 7pm at the Vihara.

Those interested may still join

Class Schedule




02 & 03 NOVEMBER 2019

KATHINA signifies the traditional end of the Vassa (Rainy) Season pertaining to the Buddha's own home ground in Northern India. A Vihara may perform this ceremony only once in any particular year. Kathina is an auspicious event giving devotees the rare opportunity of offering a Kathina Robe to the Sangha who have observed the Rainy Retreat (Vassa) at this Vihara. The occasion also gives an opportunity for practising Dana (generosity) in providing useful requisites to the monks and to the Vihara in general. The ceremony commemorating this event will be celebrated at the Vihara on
2nd Saturday and Sunday, 3rd November 2019.

2nd November
6.00pm Atawisi Buddha Pujawa

3rd November
3.00pm Ceremonial Procession with the Kathina Robe

3.15-3.30 Taking Refuges and the Five Precepts

3.30-4.00 A talk on the Significance of Kathina

4.00-4.30 The Ceremony of Offering Kathina Robe
and other requisites to the Sangha

4.30-5.00 Sermon in Sinhala

5.00-5.30 Paritta Chanting by the Venerable Monks and Punyanumodana

5.30-6.00 Tea


Those who are wishing to contribute towards the Kathina Ceremony may either like to send a donation (made payable to The London Buddhist Vihara – form enclosed) or choose from the Requisites List, display on Vihara notice board.

The traditional Kapparukkha (Wishing Tree) will be placed in the preaching hall from Sunday 27th October, and the Kathina Robe will be available for stitching from 12.30 p.m. on 03rd November 2019.


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Policy effective: 25th May 2018
Next review date: 24th May 2019

London Buddhist Vihara is committed to protecting privacy of our supporters, donors and well-wishers and takes its responsibility regarding the security of supporters, donors and well-wishers information very seriously. We shall be clear and transparent about the information we are collecting and what we shall do with that information.

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