Founder

History of 22nd Sanghanyaka Chandra Jyoti Mahathera
The transient great person is very rare in the world. Pious person like him does not come in every country, every generation. Where, like this person will born that county, society and generation will be glorify.
Lord Buddha who gets worship of Brammha, Devhaa and Monushaa. Before taking birth “ Buddisuta” observes five subjects time, island, country, generation and in which womb he will take birth in the world also observe family and caste of mother. Our great man Sanghanyaka Chandra Jyoti was maintaining such pure family and mother. A baby was born in the womb of Vatumacha Barua and in the lap of Srimoti Binondha Barua at Khaiykhali in Raozan Thana in Chittagong in 1881. He was born under full moon for this reason his parents named him Purnno Chandra Barua. Time of birth and name suggest that he will enlighten to all like moon. His family was Kawonjag, In his family there were many famous monks. Paiyaalok Mahathera, Paiyananda Mahathera, Dhamma Thilok Mahathera and present Sanghanyaka S. Dhramapal Mahathera are most famous person came form his family. He was very respectful to his religion from his childhood. He took Upasumpada from Gunadan Mahathera and start his Bhikkhu life under the name of “ Chandra Jyoti”. He was the founder of Khaiyakhali Ratnankur Vihara in 1936.

Donor List

Book donated by
- The corporate body of the buddha education foundation , Tawian. R.O.C.

- Buddha statue donated by Sunnataram Forest Monastery , Australia

Branches

All of the organizations below are governed by Sanghannayka Chandra Jyoti Welfare Trust

  • Khaiyakhali High School
  • Khaiyakhali Primary School
  • Chandra Jyoti Pali College
  • Chandra Jyoti Memorial library
  • Sumbadananda Shishu Niketan
  • B-JOYTI PALLI UNNAYAN SANCHOY O RINDAN CREDIT UNION LTD. REG- 11437
  • KHAIYAKHALI KISHOR SANGHA. REG - 362

Present Plan

  • A Meditation Center
  • Bhikkhu Parebash
  • Main Buddha pagoda
  • Dharma Taka Place

Further Plan

  • A Orphan Center
  • A Bhikkhu Training Center
  • A Tripitak Translation & Publication Center
  • Arrange scholarships for training and higher education of Monks.