Nepalese have been perpetuating the nobility of Buddha’s teaching in Nepal. Nepali women have been studying and practicing the Dharma when it had started flourishing. As a result, they become Buddhist nuns by relinquishing their familial attachments and belongings. Although Nepal as the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, there is no such group or organization to help the nuns of Nepal. All nuns are scattered into different parts of Nepal but they lack unity, co-operation and divided into different sects, traditions, and beliefs. As a consequence of lacking nunneries in which to live and study, the number of nuns is diminishing gradually.
Nepali girls and women yearn for a spiritual life, doctrine, and ordinances of Buddha but they are dismissed due to Nepali conservative society. As women are destined to be a wife of someone else and perform their household works. Nepali nuns hardly get favor or position by the Buddhist society, or even by the monastic organization.
It is necessary to gather all nuns preserving their practices, beliefs, and tradition into the single forum. Helping them in every aspect of life, physically and mentally equipped with skills. We focus to elevate the literacy of the nuns and furnish opportunities to study and practice the Dharma. We also aspire to lay women to learn Buddhist Philosophy and deliver them spiritual teaching and enlightenment.