Ajahn Sujato is available for Dhamma talks in Klang Valley in December, 2014

Dear Kalyana Mitras,

Namo Budaya

Bhante-SujatoAjahn Sujato was in town in November for the SJBA Nun Novitiate Program from 11-13 Nov, 2014. Presently, he is in Singapore for a training program with Buddhist Fellowship and will be back in KL again from 4-10 Dec, 2014.

He is available for invitations to share the Dhamma in your organisation. Ajahn was the former abbot of Santi Forest Monastery, Sydney but have since then passed it to the nuns to run. It has now a total of 8 nuns staying there.

Ajahn will be staying at SJBA when he is in KL. I have sent an earlier mail to the Buddhist societies in the Klang Valley and the following have responded. His schedule is as follows:

Date                    Time          Event

Thurs 4 Dec                        Arriving from Ipoh

Fri 5 Dec            All day       Free

Sat 6 Dec           8.30am      Nalanda, Happy Garden branch, KL

                                        Pindapata followed by lunch dana & Dhamma talk

Sat                    8pm          Gotami Vihara Dhamma talk at on Is it Easy to Practise Non-self?’

Sun 7 Dec          11.30am    Ti-Ratana Penchala Centre, PJ – Lunch dana & Dhamma talk

Sun                   Evening     Free

Mon 8 Dec          All day       Free

Tues 9 Dec         Morning     Free

Tues                  8pm          Dhamma talk at Buddhist Maha Vihara, Brickfields, KL

                                        Novitiaite Program

Wed 10 Dec                        Ajahn returns to Australia

Below is a profile of Ajahn and the contacts of places where he will be speaking.

Profile of Ajahn Sujato

Bhante-Sujato1Ajahn Sujato (Anthony Best) is an Australian Buddhist Monk. In 1994 he left his music career to take higher ordination in Thailand in the forest lineage of Ajahn Chah. As well as living for several years in forest monasteries and remote hermitages in Thailand, he spent three years in Bodhinyana Monastery (Perth) as secretary of Ajahn Brahmavamso, and over a year in a cave in Malaysia. 

He has combined his love of meditation with study of the Buddha’s Teachings, and in 2001 published his first book, “A Swift Pair of Messengers”, a compilation of Sutta passages on the theme of tranquillity and insight. 

He now resides at Citta Bhavana Hermitage, Bundanoon, Australia


Addresses of Buddhist societies hosting Ajahn:

Subang Jaya Buddhist Association – SJBA                                                                                                                              office@sjba.org, SS13, Jln Kewajipan, Subang Jaya, PJ.             Tel: 03-56348181.

Gotami Vihara Society

K37-C, Jalan TK 1/11A, Taman Kinrara, Jln Puchong, 47180 Puchong, Selangor.   Tel: +6010 2580 737 (2 storey shop lot on main road, directly opp. Old Army camp quarters).  Tel: +6010 2580  737

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Buddhist Maha Vihara

Brickfields, KL.  Tel: 03-22741141   info@buddhistmahavihara.com,

Ti-Ratana Penchala Community Centre
21, Jalan Penchala, 46000 Petaling Jaya
Selangor, Malaysia.  Tel : 03-7784 9002                                     

Nalanda Buddhist Society

Sri Kembangan, Serdang, Selangor   info@nalanda.org.my    Tel: 03-89381500/1.

Please contact these Societies directly for further information.

Please let me know if you wish to invite Ajahn for a Dhamma talk on the remaining dates. 

Thank you.

With metta,

barbara yen



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