Up Date News for Jan-March 07

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  • Venerable Bhikshuni Jampa Tsedroen (Carola Roloff), a German bhikshuni ordained in Tibetan tradition will be in Thailand to receive the UN outstanding Buddhist woman award. She is scheduled to give a public talk as follows;
    • Sunday 11, March 2007 on "Buddhism in Germany and the lineage of bhikshuni" at Wat Songdhammakalyani, Nakhonpathom  at 13 hrs.
    • Monday 12 March, 2007 on "Vajarayana in the Globalization World" at Jumkod Pantip Boripat Romm, 4th Floor, Chulalongkorn University at 13 - 16 hrs.  
      You are cordially invited.

  • July 18-20,2007 1st International Congress on Buddhist Women’s Role In the Sangha : Bhikshuni Vinaya and Ordination Lineages To be held at the University of Hamburg. For more information please check www.congress-on-buddhist-women.org
     
  • New Article on Visiting the Venerable Dhammananda by Cindy Rasicot please see  New

       We started this year with continuous activities in each week, let’s summarized as follows; on new year eve, around 70 people came to join our confession session, by taking time to recognize our unwholesome acts in the past and sharing with others in order to free the hidden guilt and be more careful to not let them reoccur again.

       On first Sunday 7th Jan 07, Venerable Tenzin Palmo, the author of “Cave in the Snow”, gave us a Dhamma’s Talk on the female roles in Buddhist. Moreover, Bhikkhuni Tenzin Palmo was warmly received in Thailand. Kindly read an article about her at http://www.buddhistchannel.tv/index.php?id=9,3662,0,0,1,0     

 

 

 On Sat 13th Jan 07, a good occasion for opening ceremony of the stand of 1st Bhikkhuni (Maha Pajapati Gotami). The ceremony started in the morning and joined by Bhikkhu Doa Siam  (Thai Bhikkhu from India); he was our guide through our trip in India, last Nov 06. This was also his first time to visit our monastry. 

   
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just a little update on Venerable Dhammananda’s activities in January and Febuary 07

18-28 Jan 07   invitation to attend the activities of PWG (Peace Women Across the Glob) during World Social Forum (WSF) in Nairobi, Kenya, joining with Emma (from Cambodia), Tran Thi Lanh (from Vietnam), and several peace women from other regions. For details information about PWG please look at http://www.1000peacewomen.org/

7 Feb 07         Peace and Reconciliation for Sri Lankan Group

28 Feb 07       Buddha's talk and Buddhists' roles (English Version) for National Museum Volunteers 

in your dhamma,