Generally the practice of giving is one of the most basic human virtues that testifies the quality of one’s humanity and capacity for self-transcendence. In the teaching of the Buddha, too, the practice of giving claims a place of special eminence, one which singles it out as being in a sense the foundation and seed of spiritual development. The amount of merit gained varies according to three factors: the quality of the donor’s motive, the spiritual purity of the recipient, and the kind and size of the gift. Since we have to experience the results of our actions, and good deeds lead to good results and bad deeds to bad results, it is sensible to try to create as much good kamma as possible. In the practice of giving, this would mean keeping one’s mind pure in the act of giving, selecting the worthiest recipients available, and choosing the most appropriate and generous gifts one can afford.
Our institute is a non-profitable institute specially dedicated to the needy children. Every child on this planet whether he/she is rich or poor have right to education. Unfortunately children of poor family especially from rural areas don’t get opportunity of education from their very young age. Our door is always open for those children. We provide them free education, food, clothing, medication, accommodation, etc. This has been possible because of our generous sponsors. We are grateful to our dear sponsors for helping us to help these needy children. Thank you dear sponsors.