About Us

BRCT is registered under Mumbai Society Registration Act .

The mission of BRCT is as under:

1. To help restore original Buddhism, in its pure form as taught by Lord Buddha, in Maharashtra and in India, as envisaged by Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, in order to promote harmony, justice, equality, fraternity and freedom for mankind.

2. To help Indian Buddhists to live the quality of life as per Dhamma through the promotion of Buddhist education and way of life.

3. To work with Buddhist organisations in other countries to pursue the teaching of Lord Buddha on the long-term sustainable basis.

4. To help restore Buddhism in its pure form as taught by Lord Buddha in Jambu D’vipa (India) so that Jambu D’vipa will once again become the centre of Buddhism of the world.

5. To establish Maharashtra as the centre of Buddhism in India with a view to restoring and reforming Buddhism in India in accordance with Dhamma Vinaya.

6. To co-operate with most respected senior monks who emphasize on meditation and mind purification as demonstrated by Guruji Arayawangso (or Phra Dharma Pratipatti Vyaptidhara, the Nayakathera of Sri Lankan Siam Upaliwongse) and Goenka Guruji’s Vipassana centres .

7. To help improve the quality of Buddhist monks in accordance with the Theravada Dhamma Vinaya.

8. To help establish strong Buddhist Institutions and the Sangha order for monks in accordance with the Theravada Dhamma Vinaya.

9. To work with the Maha Bodhi Society in India pursue the aspiration of Anagarika Dharmapala of Sri Lanka and other Organisations like All India Bhikkhu Sangha to fulfil dreams of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.

10. To set up unified centre for Thai Buddhists and other Buddhists Countries, in Maharashtra and in other Indian states with a view to promoting Buddhism in a collective and efficient manner.

11. To establish a Buddhist Educational institutions in Maharashtra in cooperation with the Indian Studies Centre of Thammasat University in Thailand and other international Buddhist institutes.

12. To disseminate information and news on activities of Buddhists and Buddhist organisations in India and around the world.

13. To establish an endowment fund to support the work of this organisation towards its aspiration.

14. To help develop and maintain Charter, rules, and regulations in accordance with Dhamma Vinaya for the administration of the Sangha, Upasaka, and Upasika (the Buddhist followers).

15. To work with all other religions in a courteous manner with a view to promoting world peace and happiness.

16. To work with relevant government agencies in India in accordance with the rules of law and regulations of the State of Maharashtra and Government of India.

17. To conduct the work within the rights, freedom, and duties as permitted and governed by the Constitution of India.

18. Inculcation of the teachings of the Buddha and Dr Ambedkar in youth and in children right from kindergarten stage.

19. Help in reviving ancient places of thriving Buddhist activity especially caves and stupas.

20. To preach and propogate Buddhist religion, Buddhist culture and principles and tenets of Buddhism and to perform rites or ceremonies in accordance with the principles and tenets of Buddhism.

21. To acquire land and buildings and other properties for the related activities for the spread of Dhamma and to construct Viharas ,Monastries and training centres for Monks Nuns Upasakas and upasikas and to run, manage and maintain the same and to take steps to provide for wellbeing of Buddhist Monks;

22. To conduct training camps, classes, courses, shibirs (retreats) and organize seminars, conventions, conferences etc. for propagation and spread of ethics, morality and Buddhist principles and tenets ;

23. To publish periodicals, magazines, books etc. relating to Buddhism and Social issues, to spread and propogate Buddhist Literature and other allied literature,; to establish print and electronic media like Newspapers, T.V. Channels and others modern mediums like websites, networking sites, etc., to promote Buddhism.

24. To raise funds for the activities related with Dhamma.

The objects of the Trust shall be as follows :-

i. To help restore original Buddhism in its pure form as taught by Lord Buddha, in Maharashtra and in India.

ii. To improve quality of Buddhist monks in accordance with the Theravada Dhamma Vinaya.

iii. To establish strong Buddhist Institutions and the Sangha order for monks in accordance with the Theravada Dhamma Vinaya.

iv. To improve the quality of Indian Buddhists to the level of Buddhists in ancient India through the promotion of Buddhist education and way of life.

v. To work with Buddhist organisations in other countries to pursue the teaching of Lord Buddha on the long-term sustainable basis.

vi. To help restore Buddhism in its pure form as taught by Lord Buddha in Jambu D’vipa (India) so that Jambu D’vipa will once again become the centre of Buddhism of the world.

vii. To establish Maharashtra as the centre of Buddhism in India with a view to restoring and reforming Buddhism in India in accordance with Dhamma Vinaya.

viii. To fulfill and pursue Dr Ambedkars vision of spread of Buddhism in its original form in India and outside in order to promote harmony, justice, equality, fraternity and freedom for mankind

ix. To co-operate with Dhammayutika Nikaya and forest monks who emphasize on meditation and mind purification as demonstrated by Guruji Arayawangso (or Phra Dharma Pratipatti Vyaptidhara, the Nayakathera of Sri Lankan Siam Upaliwongse).

x. To work with the Maha Bodhi Society in India to pursue the aspiration of Anagarika Dharmapala of Sri Lanka.

xi. To help to promote the practice and understanding of Vipassana meditation in cooperation with Guruji Goenka’s and Guruji Arayawangso’s networks.

xii. To set up unified centre for Thai Buddhists in Maharashtra and in other Indian states with a view to promoting Buddhism in a collective and efficient manner.

xiii. To establish a Buddhist educational institution in Maharashtra in cooperation with the Indian Studies Centre of Thammasat University in Thailand and other international Buddhist institutes.

xiv. To disseminate information and news on activities of Buddhists and Buddhist organisations in India and around the world.

xv. To establish an endowment fund to support the work of this organisation towards its aspiration.

xvi. To develop and maintain Charter, rules, and regulations in accordance with Dhamma Vinaya for the administration of the Sangha, Upasaka, and Upasika (the Buddhist followers)

xvii. To work with all other religions in a courteous manner with a view to promoting world peace and happiness.

xviii. To work with relevant government agencies in India in accordance with the rules of law and regulations of the State of Maharashtra and Government of India.

xix. To conduct the work within the rights, freedom, and duties as permitted and governed by the Constitution of India.

xx. Inculcation of the teachings of the Buddha and Dr Ambedkar in youth and in children right from kindergarten stage.

xxi. Help in reviving ancient places of thriving Buddhist activity especially caves and stupas.

xxii. to perform rites or ceremonies in accordance with the principles and tenets of Buddhism.

xxiii. to preach and propogate Buddhist religion, Buddhist culture and principles and tenets of Buddhism;

xxiv. to acquire land and buildings ;

xxv. to construct Viharas (Monastries and training centres for Monks Nuns Upasakas and upasikas ) and to run, manage and maintain the same ;

xxvi. to conduct training camps, classes, courses, shibirs (retreats) and organize seminars, conventions, conferences etc. for propagation and spread of ethics, morality and Buddhist principles and tenets ;

xxvii. to publish periodicals, magazines, books etc. relating to Buddhism; to establish print and electronic media like Newspapers, T.V. Channels and others modern mediums like websites, networking sites, etc., to promote Buddhism.

xxviii. to spread and propogate Buddhist Literature and other allied literature;

xxix. to take steps to educate and provide for wellbeing of Buddhist Monks ;

xxx. to contribute towards building of and maintenance of places of Buddhist Religion ;

xxxi. to subscribe or donate for objects or charities devoted to the Buddhist Religion ;

xxxii. to arrange for lodging and boarding for Buddhist pilgrims, visitors, guests, etc. or any visiting Buddhist Religion Sangha ;

xxxiii. to provide educational and medical relief ;

xxxiv. to help maintain, revive and protect the ancient Buddhist Temples, Buddhist Art and Architectures, Buddhist Literature and Buddhist Institutions ;

xxxv. to run Educational Institutions, Libraries, Prayer Halls, Dharmashalas, and similar other Institutions and works, etc.

xxxvi. to setup souvenir shops, etc with a view to promote Buddhism and also to generate income to support the above activities.

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