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  Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary
Buddhist Sanctuary (SBS) is a training centre (in the making) for Malaysian Theravada Buddhist monks to learn how to live in accordance with the Dhammavinaya —; the name the Buddha gave his "religion" — as enshrined in the original scriptures.
The proposed Sanctuary is envisioned by Venerable Aggacitta, a Malaysian born and bred in Penang.
For Theravada Buddhists, Sasana is an abbreviation of Buddhasasana [the Buddha's Teaching], which is basically three-fold: to study, practise and realise the Dhammavinaya.
www.sasanarakkha.org /print.php?content=index.html   (511 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary
Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary (SBS) is a Buddhist temple in Taiping, Malaysia.
The proposed Sanctuary is envisioned by Venerable Aggacitta, a Malaysian born and bred in Penang.
For Theravada Buddhists, Sasana is an abbreviation of Buddhasasana [the Buddha's Teaching], which is basically three-fold: to study, practise and realise the Dhammavinaya.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Sasanarakkha-Buddhist-Sanctuary   (271 words)

  
 BuddhaNets Buddhist Web Links: Theravada Buddhism.
Ajahn Pasanno and Ajahn Amaro are co-abbots of the Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery, north of San Francisco, in Redwood Valley (Mendocino County), California.
This was the seat of Buddhist Education in the 19th century (under British rule) in Sri Lanka.
A Buddhist sanctuary located in Malaysia for the training of Theravada Buddhist monks in theory and practice of the Dhamma-vinaya.
www.buddhanet.net /l_thera.htm   (3008 words)

  
 Buddhist Channel | Malaysia | BCWEB2.0: Building Dharma inspired communities the Web 2.0 way
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For other areas with substantial Buddhist readers like North America, where they are most likely to obtain information of Dharma based activities via the Internet, the continent is further categorised into eight regional groupings.
Kumara, Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary, Malaysia (www.sasanarakkha.org) and Ven.
www.buddhistchannel.tv /index.php?id=56,2978,0,0,1,0   (956 words)

  
 E-Zine
Kumara also commented on the benefits of working within a Buddhist environment: an employee is in an environment where he is encouraged to practise the five precept, thus abstaining from immoral conduct.
He also mentioned that one would have to be more ‘flexible’ with his or her precepts when working in the fast-paced companies of today.
Therefore, it is much better to develop good Buddhist practices within a religious environment than creating defilements in a ‘money-making’ society.
www.thanhsiang.org /eng/ezine/html/news/2003/august/sasana(august).html   (758 words)

  
 Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary
Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary (SBS) was founded in January 2000 by Ven.
Aggacitta as a training center for Malaysian Theravada monks.
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