Vipassana Centers in Nepal
Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India’s most ancient techniques of meditation. It was taught in India more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal ills, i.e., an Art of Living. The technique is taught at ten-day residential courses during which participants learn the basics of the method, and practice sufficiently to experience its beneficial results. There are courses all over the world. Additionally you may be interested in our answers to commonly asked questions.To learn Vipassana Meditation, one needs to develop one’s own experience during a residential ten day course. To apply for a course and to understand the requirements, find a convenient Ten Day Course date in the course schedule, click on the course dates, carefully read the Introduction to the Technique and Code of Discipline and complete the application fully and completely.
We have following Vipassana Centers in Nepal spreading east to west of Nepal.
- Dhamma Shringa, Budhanilkantha
- Dhamma Kitti, Kirtipur
- Dhamma Birata, Itahari
- Dhamma Chitawan, Chitwan
- Dhamma Pokhara, Pokhara
- Dhamma Tarai, Birgunj
- Dhamma Janani, Lumbini
- Dhamma Surakhetta, Surkhet
- Dhamma Suriyo, Fikkal, Ilam
- Dhamma Sagar, Lukla
- Dhammāgāra, Kotdanda, Godawari, Lalitpur
Meditation courses are held at both center and non-center locations. Meditation centers are dedicated facilities where courses are held regularly throughout the year. Before meditation centers were established in this tradition, all courses were held at temporary sites, such as campgrounds, religious retreat centers, churches and the like. Today, in regions where centers have not yet been established by local students of Vipassana who live in the area, 10 Day meditation courses are held at non-center course sites. Detailed worldwide locations can be obtained here.