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The significance of Medin Full Moon Poya Day

The significance of Medin Full Moon Poya Day

This Poya Day is important in the Buddhist calendar as it is on a day as this that Prince Siddhartha Gautama, after leaving the Royal Palace, visited the city of Kimbulwathpura for the first time as the “Samma Sambuddha” It was on a day like today that the Buddha, along with a retinue of 20,000 …

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Female Monks, Bhikkuni Sasana

Binara Full Moon Poya Day: Bhikkuni Sasana and Prajapathi Gothami

Gautama Buddha laid down eight additional rules for female monks Maha Prajapathi Gothami, finding no reason to remain in the Royal Palace after the death of King Suddhodhana, set out accompanied by five hundred Sakya and Koliya Royal women to seek permission from Gautama Buddha to enter the Bhikkuni Order. Having turned down the request …

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Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta, Dhammakkappavattana Sutta

Wheel of Dhamma was set in Motion at Deer Park Valley of Isipatana

[perfectpullquote align=”right” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] Buddha never taught his disciples to get attached to his teachings with blind faith Politicians are dragging the Buddha and his Dhamma into politics misinterpreting the Sutras [/perfectpullquote] ‘If a person foolishly does me wrong, I will return to him the protection of my boundless love. The …

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The significance of Medin Full Moon Poya Day

The significance of Medin Full Moon Poya Day

This Poya Day is important in the Buddhist calendar as it is on a day as this that Prince Siddhartha Gautama, after leaving the Royal Palace, visited the city of Kimbulwathpura for the first time as the “Samma Sambuddha” It was on a day like today that the Buddha, along with a retinue of 20,000 …

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Medin Pohoy

The significance of Medin Full Moon Poya Day

This Poya Day is important in the Buddhist calendar as it is on a day as this that Prince Siddhartha Gautama, after leaving the Royal Palace, visited the city of Kimbulwathpura for the first time as the “Samma Sambuddha” It was on a day like today that the Buddha, along with a retinue of 20,000 …

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