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The Pāḷi Grammar & Diṭṭhikathā Course in Myanmar
The following message is from the Institute for Dhamma Education in Myanmar: "Dear Venerables and Dhamma friends, The Pāḷi Grammar & Diṭṭhikathā Course in November taught by Venerable Sayadagyi Dr. Nandamālābhivaṃsa has already started and the course is fil...
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A Day in A Myint, northern Burma
Zaw Win Htet describes a day discovering ancient Buddhist sites around his hometown: "Last Friday morning when I was having Monti (Burmese rice noodles) as my breakfast with all my family members, a car arrived and parked in front of my house. Ven. Pinnyasa...
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The Sagaing Hills: A Perfect Antidote to Civilization and Privilege
The Meditator's Guide to Burma, Part 2, is due out soon! Nearly four times as big as Part 1 and the result of nearly five years of intensive work by a team of volunteers, it will function as a kind of Lonely Planet's guide to the Golden Land... but specific...
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A walk back to the history of Vipassana in Burma
The following post is taken from the blog section of Myanmar Pilgrimage . It describes a special new pilgrimage being offered in Myanmar this winter that will tour 14 distinct regions connected to the lineage of S.N. Goenka, and in which all overnights will...
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"Myanmar Pilgrimage" to Offer Dhamma Tours of the Golden Land
Myanmar Pilgrimage  will begin offering Dhamma tours of the Golden Land from Winter 2017-18. As its co-founders and several of its lead guides come from the volunteer Shwe Lan Ga Lay  ("The Golden Path") project, the pilgrimages will lead meditators to many...
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The Meditation Movement in Burma
Why did the patipatti (meditation) movement take off in Burma's postwar era? The Golden Path  has tackled this question, and has discovered over 20 factors leading to the conditions where this not only could grow, but thrive. The following excerpt is taken ...
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