Spiritual Activities mainly intended to achieve happier life, dedicate to give a “spiritual mind” to come into sight by different kinds of natural process, so it will moving rapidly by meditation, camping, pilgrimage and periodically spiritual gathering; soon afterward we intend to develop knowledge and experience to think about social problems and the method to solve it.

These activities covers large area that located within our centers, we didn’t mark any differences within the gender or caste system on account of everyone are equal in spiritual development. In several countries they put great pressure to women in spiritual development, our program particularly give same opportunity for them to move forward.

Natural process of changing and transformation are starts form learning then practice, since we are connected closely with Buddhism, that is why we start from the very Basic of Buddhism, life principles according to Buddha’s advices, then the awareness of spiritual life will awaken slowly.

Buddhist monks and lay person are invited to give teaching, since we are adopted non sectarian movement, we welcome all sect of Buddhism to share their precious wisdom about Buddha’s teaching.

Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche

We organize the Dhamma talks every month for 2 or 3 days in different village or towns, in above picture Venerable Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche, Prime minister of Tibet Government in Exile is giving Dhamma teaching to a YBS members at Deer Park, Bir,HP

Acharya Guru Charan Negi Ji From Kinnaur
Prof. Ramesh Chandra Negi Ji from Central University of Higher Tibetan Studies Sarnath

Meditation is the most important for all kind of person, whether they are Buddhist or non-Buddhist. YBS organizes some basic and intensive meditation camps which are beneficial for community. In this picture people are practicing meditation at Inter College & Meditation Park, Baraipur, Chibramau, Kannauj, Utter Pradesh – India.

walking medi                                                                 Peace walk

We organizes these kind of walk from one place to other place in order to give some Buddha’s massage on the peace, on the way many monks, lay persons join the walk.


This is the most holy Buddhist festival. It happens on the full moon day (Purnima) between may and June. It is called as Vaisakha Purnima, On this day Bodhisattva Siddhartha took birth  and attained Enlightenment in Bodha Gaya, and finally entered into Mahaparinibbana (Passed away). There is no other person with whom happened this on same day [different year]. We usually march to several cities and villages with large gathering with Buddha’s photos and flags, then comes back at our starting point. At this place usually we have Dhamma talk, some people sings songs and tells us story about Buddhism. We also offer the pudding (milk rice) to everybody.