Persatuan Penganut Sherab Sangpo Sangha (SSS) which is also known as Noble Wisdom Society was founded in Malaysia in 2014 by the late His Eminence 13th Tsona Gontse Rinpoche, Tenzin Jampal Wangchuk who was the President of Buddhist Culture Preservation Society at Bomdila, India.


The Dharma Centre is situated in Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.  SSS is a non-monastic Buddhist Centre in Malaysian Community.  It helps to preserve and spread the teachings of Buddhism.  The Centre is a place for prayers and offerings to the Buddha at the shrine located inside the Centre.


His main objectives is to render humanitarian services by establishing health care centers, old age home and educational centers.  To work for the betterment of weaker sections namely women, children, senior citizens and disabled.  To inculcate mass awareness about the need for living in harmony with nature and prevent destruction to nature.  To develop a spirit of volunteerism among the youth and to organise them into different task forces, strengthen their capacity and to ensure their participation in disaster management.


We have put his objectives into action and through smart partnerships have been able to organise aid programs to provide free food to Old Folks Home and Orphanage in Klang Valley.  We have also been able to hold two major events in Malaysia namely, Grand Naga Vase Puja in 2017 and Sand Mandala Puja together with a Fundraising Dinner in 2018.


  1. Name : The Society shall be named as the “ Buddhist Culture      Preservation Society”.


  2. Office : The Registered Office of the Society shall be at Bomdila, District West Kameng or at such place in India as the Society may decide.
  3. Objects : The objects for which the society is established are:-
  • To preserve, promote and disseminate the Buddhist Cultural heritage of India, in general and the Tawang and West Kameng Districts of Arunachal Pradesh in Particular.

  • To inculcate the culture awareness among Scheduled Tribes of the Himalayan regions, particularly the Tawang and West Kameng district in order to bring about emotional integration of these regions with the mainstream of the Indian nation.

  • To establish and run hospital, schools and educational institutions for the benefit of poor and downtrodden people of the above regions.

  • To preservation and protect the holy places and historical monuments in the two district regions and to look after Monasteries, Stupas, Dharam- Charkras, etc.

  • To preserve, promote and disseminate the local tradition of handicraft such as weaving, carving, knitting and hand- made paper making etc.

  • To preserve and promote the local folk culture including ritual and performing arts.

  • To inculcate and promote the feeling of brotherhood among people of the Himalayan regions for integrating into the national mainstream.

  • To undertake research and publication works.

  • To seek affiliation and federation with other organisation having similar objects.