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Becoming a Member
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The American Buddhist Study Center is a Buddhist and Japanese Cultural Community Center providing outreach to all who value the learning process, the importance of interconnectedness, and the necessity for knowledge.

 

By becoming a member, you are supporting our mission of introducing Buddhist Values and Japanese Culture to America.  Your membership supports a host of activities which include our monthly programs, workshops, events, as well as our publications.

 

Besides all the benefits listed in the Membership Application, this year, members don’t have to be present to attend lectures or special events.  We will video these events, and only members will have access to viewing them online.

 

So now is the best time to join our community and become a member of the American Buddhist Study Center.

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Membership Benefits

Members Fee - $100

  • Receive a free subscription to Natural Way newsletter

  • Full use of the ABSC library, including our reference archive and books to borrow

  • Email bulletins of upcoming programs.

  • Discounted pricing for selected ABSC events.

Benefactor Benefits 
Benefactors Fee - $500

  • All of the above membership privileges

  • Receive a free copy of the latest ABSC publication.

  • Special VIP invitations for you and your guest to select ABSC functions.

Platinum Sponsor Benefits

Platinum Sponsors Fee - $1000

  • All of the above membership privileges

  • VIP invitations to all ABSC programs and functions

Answer to Where this Buddha Statue is

The statue of the Buddha in Lumbini Park, Hyderabad, India. It is 58 feet (18 m) tall and weighs 350 tons, making it the world's tallest monolithic (solid stone) statue of the Buddha standing on a concrete platform in the middle of Hussain Sagar, a 2.2-mile man-made lake. After an accident, while attempting to place the statue that submerged it and required 2 years of salvage, it was installed on December 1, 1992, and consecrated in 2006 by the Dalai Lama.  Photo and partial text from Wikipedia.

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