Category Archives: Activities

1,130 Pilgrim Monks Embark on the 4th Dhammachai Dhutanga to Revive World Morality

1,130 Pilgrim Monks Embark on the 4th Dhammachai Dhutanga to Revive World Morality, Welcome the New Year, and Accrue Great Merit for the Country   At a recent press release, Phrasanitwong Wuttiwangso announced that the Fourth Dhammachai Dhutanga, a project aimed at reviving world morality, is being organized through the collaborative effort of the Sangha […]

Schedule of the Dhammachai Dhutanga (2nd – 31st January 2015)

  2 Jan 2015 Wat Phra Dhammakaya to Pathumthani University, Muang District, Pathumthani Province. Total distance of 21.7 kilometers. 3 Jan 2015 Pathumthani University to Wat Bo Thong, Lat Lum Kaew District, Pathumthani Province. Total distance of 15.8 kilometers. 4 Jan 2015 Wat Bo Thong to Wat Khlong Kwang, Sai Noi District, Nonthaburi Province. Total distance […]

The Dhutanga to Celebrate the Lord Buddha’s Relics Being Enshrined at Dattajeevo Maha Cetiya on Saturday 6th December 2014

The Dattajeevo Maha Cetiya is being constructed with the contemporary Buddhist style and its shape similar to that of a lotus which is recognized as a symbol of the establishment of Buddhism and the enlightenment of Lord Buddha. The Cetiya is around 15 meters in height. It is located in the same land as the […]

The Latest World Record “The Longest Journey Walking on Flower Petals”

Guinness World Records team has certified “the Dhammachai Dhutanga Pilgrimage” to welcome the year 2014 organized by Dhammakaya Temple and Dhammakaya Foundation to be the latest world record “the longest journey walking on flower petals” which exceeds all records from previous years. Sunday July 06, 2013 Dhammachai Dhutanga Pilgrimage is also to show to the […]

Sadao District Organizes an Alms Offering Ceremony to 1,000 Monks, Sends Dried Goods to Help the South

Ven. Sanitwong Wuttiwangso, Public Relations Department of Wat Phra Dhammakaya, announces a joint cooperation with Songkhla Community of Monks, Sadao Kalayanamitra Office, Southern Morality Support Association, and Hat Yai Kalayanamitra Center to organize an alms offering ceremony to 1,000 monks at the Municipality Office of Sadao in Songkhla between the hours of 6:30 – 8:30 […]

First time in history: Dhammachai dhutanga will transport the Buddha’s Relics to the international Buddhist Park in Nong khai

The pilgrimage to transport the Buddha’s relics will pass through six provinces: Ayutthaya, Saraburi, Nakhon Ratchasima, Khon Kaen, Udon Thani, and Nong Khai. Everyone will have a chance to pay reverence to the Buddha’s relics and over one thousand Dhutanga monks making the journey and help pave the pilgrimage route with marigold flower. This opportunity to accumulate great merit will lead to prosperity, longevity, peace and happiness for you and your family and the country of Thailand.

History of Buddhism in Archaeological Perspectives

Dhammachai International Research Institute of Australia and New Zealand (DIRI) and its network organizations had organized a seminar about “Archaeological Perspectives on History of Buddhism & Recent Research on Dhammakaya and Boran Meditation Traditions”, on Sunday 20th April 2014 from 8.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. There was an honor received from Phrakruvithetsudhammayan (Most Ven.Sudham Sudhammo) to be presided over the seminar opening. It was also an honorable occasion to have Professor Doctor Zemaryalai Tarzi

Dhutanga routes for the procession to invite Lord Buddha’s Relics

To be placed at Pathumrattanadhamma Cetiya, Buddha Garden, Phon Phisai District. The total distance will be 29 kilometers altogether.   Wednesday 7 May 2014, the total distance is 4.42 kilometers. Thursday 8 May 2014, the total distance is 3.6 kilometers. Friday 9 May 2014, the total distance is 3.9 kilometers. Saturday 10 May 2014, the […]

A Historic Great Alms Offering to the Monks of the Three Buddhist Countries at Mae Sai District, Chiang Rai.

Ceremony of alms offering to 10,000 monks of the Three States; Thailand, Laos and Burma. The ceremony was held on Saturday 22nd March 2014, at 06.00 – 08.30 a.m. at the ground in front of the Customs, Mae Sai District, Chiang Rai,Thailand

Dhammachai Dhutanga

The Dhammachai Dhutanga is one of the World Morality Revival Projects initiated by Phrathepyanmahamuni (Luang Por Dhammajayo), Abbot of Wat Phra Dhammakaya and President of the Dhammakaya Foundation. The inaugural pilgrimage was held in early 2011 (2555 B.E.) and saw more than 1,000 monks journey on foot along the path in the pursuit of Perfections […]

The Morning Alms Round and the Ceremony of Offering Alms to monks from 323 temples in four unrest Southern province

             Wat Phra Dhammakaya and Dhammakaya Foundation arranged the Morning Alms Round and the Ceremony of Offering Alms to monks from 323 temples in four unrest Southern provinces at Wat Buddhabhum in Muang district, Yala province on June 7th, 2005 at Wat Mujjalinthavapivihara in Muang district, Pattani province.