In line with Buddhist principles, the daily religious routines of the Sangha of Wat Nyanavesakavan are comprised of; for example, the study and practice of the Buddhist teachings, preaching, and conducting Dhamma lectures and discussions. Wat Nyanavesakavan grants permission for the dissemination of the contents and recordings of these activities in the form of Dhamma booklets and audio or video recordings to the wider public without any copyright charges.
Located in Bang Krathuek, Sam Phran District, Nakorn Pathom province, Wat Nyanavesakavan was officially granted permission to establish in 1989 with its first time of monk dwelling during the rain retreat (Buddhist Lent) in the same year.
Nyanavesakavan was officially registered as “Wat” (temple/monastery) in 1994 and was granted Visungamasima (a tract of land granted to the Sangha for consecrating as the site of the Uposatha hall of a monastery) on September 20, 1999. The monastery is affiliated with Mahanikaya Monastic Order of Thai Buddhism and has had Venerable P.A. Payutto (now as "Somdet Phra Buddhaghosacariya") as its abbot since then.
Phra Buddhapradhan Nyanavesakavanodom is the title of the principal Buddha image in the Uposatha hall, which was casted at a foundry in Nakorn Pathom province on December 5, 1998 and was enshrined at the Uposatha hall on January 7, 1999. Laymen were allowed opportunity in gilding from 12 - 17 January with a religious ceremony held to celebrate the entirely gilded principal Buddha image on January 17, 1999.