The location is unique as the campus shares the boundary with State Tourism Department, Archaeological Survey Of India (Ajantha Caves) and Forest land. There is provision of water and electricity in the campus.
Due increased interest from foreign tourists and locals, the highway work of quadrupling is going on which will finish in next 6 months.
The campus celebrates every year the annual congregation and Dhamma Parishad in the 3rd week of November that fallls on Karthik Purnima also known as the Dhamma day. On this day there are atleast 1 million local Buddhist gather here to listen to Dhamma related teaching from the distinguished monks and scholars. The masses spend entire night on the campus.
There is annual rise in the number of visitors.