Indian Native Budhism is still unknown to the world. There are obvious reasons for it. Why Bagavn Buddha became a Buddha? Are there true facts about the family of Buddha, its Class and culture, and the descendants of Buddha still existing in India? If so, who are they? How can it be proved? Exposing all these facts, Native Buddhism aims at propagating Buddhism for creating an intellectual world that is based in Buddhist ideals and principles. Indian Native Budhism Trust or INBT is a legal organization that was established on December 20, 2011 registered under the Indian Trust Act section 20 with the no 272-4/2011 at Paravur in the state of Kerala, India near Musris town that is home to world famous Bhodhi Dhamma known to be the God Of Kung fu and also home to Buddhist Kings Cheraman Perumal, Iyyathy Perumal, and Palli bhana Perumal.
It was formed with the fruitful hardworking of scores of Buddhist Historians who have been doing research in Budhism in India and outside of India for the past 15 years.