Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery

Mahamevnawa Buddhist Monastery is an organization of Buddhist monasteries, of Sri Lankan origin established to benefit the spiritual development of human beings using the teachings of the Gautama Buddha. Its main main monastery is in Polgahawela, Sri Lanka, and Sri Lanka is home to 35 branches of the organization. Overseas branches are in Canada, USA, Australia, UK and Germany.

The founder and the chief Buddhist monk in charge of these monasteries is Venerable Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thero, who is engaged in spreading Buddhism to both local and international communities, and in highlighting the aim of Buddhism: putting and end to Dukkha (suffering) or attaining Nibbana.

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... Both lay and clergy associated with Mahamevnawa adhere to this whenever possible ... The way of preaching and teaching Dhamma adopted by the clergy at Mahamevnawa is what Buddha advocated ... Mahamevnawa makes available recorded sermons and Dhamma texts, based on original teachings of Buddha, that reveal the truth in life and emphasize the urge of cession of suffering ...