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Swayambhu, Kathmandu

You will teach at different Buddhist monasteries and nunneries, Swoyambhu area, Kathmandu. They are situated on hills and lap of the hills, East of the Swayambhu stupa and Kathmandu’s Ring Road. Because of this position it is a nice and quiet retreat from the hectic city. However, just 10-15 minutes down the hill (way up: 15-20 mins.), you reache Ring Road, where you can catch busses to almost everywhere in Kathmandu.

There will be 30 to over 200 monks and nuns in a monastery.

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