We pioneered a professional counselling course with Buddhist insights
Weekly meditation programmes at the Damrivi Center
Beyond the Net – A world renowned web site on Theravada Buddhism
Group therapy for social phobia
We provide a Counselling service with Buddhist insights
Buddhist tours of Sri Lanka
Sith Gimanhala, a live TV counselling programme
Sankalana – exclusive Buddhist gift items
For a happy and contented married life through the Buddhist Philosophy
Bringing up your child the dhamma way – Childrens Programmes
Group counselling with Buddhist insights at the Cancer Hospital
Violence Against Women – A Buddhist Perspective. Advocacy with Buddhist monks and nuns
Pilgrimage to India - Luxury tour organized by Damrivi Foundation
Sankalana is the first commercial venture of Damrivi Foundation. Your patronage of this project will help countless people of all walks of life and from diverse faiths to regain mental strength to become useful members of society .
For the past 8 yrs Damrivi has provided psychological support programmes to people of all walks of life and of diverse faiths to regain mental stability and peace of mind through our psychological counselling service and meditation programmes. These services have been provided free of charge irrespective of race, class or religion without a threat to their own faith. Proceeds of this project will be utilized to support this service.
Sankalana will do so by creating a new culture in gifting. Gifting an item of elegant and profound Buddhist art which will be more meaningful and would have a positive long term impact on the receiver of the gift than the sentimental tokens currently exchanged on special occasions. Sankalana would bring back a glimpse of our rich and elegant Buddhist culture suitably adopted to meet the demands of modernity. Our vision would also promote and facilitate conceptualizing, designing and developing high quality Buddhist arts and crafts and making it available in all households and to instill serenity in households that was enjoyed by our forefathers and would also promote a Buddhist way of life.