Ahimsa – National Trust Property

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About this site: This bushland estate was created in the 1930s by Marie Byles the noted feminist and conservationist. A devout Buddhist, the property includes her meditation hut. In accordance with Miss Byles’ wishes the bush reserve and the Hut of Happy Omens are open during daylight hours to all who respect the Hindu virtue of ahimsa, which is to abstain from causing hurt and harm.

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