Dhamma Sukhalaya, which means Happy Habitation of Dhamma, is an upcoming Vipassana meditation centre in the midst of uninhabited farm lands. Current construction includes a temporary, shaded structure to act as a Dhamma hall, and a washroom each for men and women.
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Dhamma Sukhalaya, currently, is suitable only for old students (those who have completed one or more 10-day Vipassana courses as taught by Mr. S. N. Goenka in the tradition of Sayaji U Ba Khin) to offer Tapodana and Shrama-dana.
Old students with the right volition of dana can also contribute towards the construction of the centre by offering Dana (Donation).
The current projects that need funds are: conversion of land and construction of boundary wall.