The The Buddha Dhamma Sangha website was a vision of Dillon Amila Nipun Ganegoda to develop a site with Buddhist Information that has become a reality after years of development. The objective of this website was to develop an interactive, user friendly and easy to understand website filled with Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha information for individuals interested in Basic Buddhism as well as to individuals learning Advanced Studies in Buddhism. The path Lord Buddha set 2500 years ago for people to attain the highest form of happiness (Nirvana) cannot be followed if one is not properly educated. This site strives to provide this education. Amila became interested in Buddhism when he was studying computer science in Leicester , England . He completed the BSc Honors Computing course in 2002, and continued to pursue his studies in Computing. He is the CEO and Founder of Goldpresman Inc, Quantenova Inc and Brilliunce Inc which specialize in the next generation of Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Network Engineering, SAN Systems, Virtual Server Systems, VMware and Hyper-V. His interests from the mid 90's in Website Development led him to use his knowledge to promote Buddhism via the internet. He explored other religions diligently before he decided that Buddhism was the best path to follow. He currently resides in Irvine, California, USA (near Los Angeles). has provided various Audio, Video, Pictures, eBook files and more to supplement the information. The goal of this site is to educate anyone who is interested in Buddhism and following the way of the Dhamma.

Finally please remember to sign our Guest Book. We would also appreciate if you could send us your feedback about this site and how we could improve it in the future. would like to express thanks for the following websites for providing Buddhist information. Buddha Dhamma Sangha website would not have become a reality if the following websites did not provide the useful Buddhist information that has been used in the development of this site. We would send good merit and show gratitude to the following websites:


1. BuddhaNet.Net