Wat Khemararangsi

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Wat Khemararangsi
Information
Main School Theravada
Sub School Cambodian
Contact Infotmation
Address 3 Arkell Place
Charnwood
Australian Capital Territory 2615
Australia
Country Australia
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Phone (02) 6259 2205
Mobile 0407 710 077
Website http://www.khemararangsi.org/index.html
Email khemararangsi@gmail.com



Khemararangsi Buddhist Temple of ACT Inc. is a not-for-profit and non-political affiliated Association; which bears no distinction of race or gender. It aims to preserve the rich Cambodian culture and traditions, foster and maintain good relationships amongst the Cambodians living in Canberra, as well as providing information on Cambodian Buddhism within Australia.

Essentially our activities and services are the teaching of Buddhism, accessible to all Cambodians living in the ACT. Our long term goal is to further promote good relationships between the Cambodian Buddhist society within Australia as well as communicating with other Buddhist societies and religions around the world. The organisation’s service represents a body corporate to liaise with government authorities on issues relating to Buddhist monks.

The Khemararangsi Buddhist Temple of ACT Inc. office currently resides at 3 Arkell Place, Charnwood ACT. As part of the temporary arrangement, there is one Buddhist monk living at the Charnwood residence, with two additional Buddhist monks being sponsored. The residence is used as the temporary centre of Buddhist teaching, and is accessible to all Cambodians living in the ACT. In addition to religious activities, it also used as a place to maintain the existence of the Cambodian culture