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Ajahn Chah’s Commemoration Tour

11 January 2025, 07:00 AM - 17 January 2025, 06:00 PM

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永觉长老指导 Led by Ajahn Cagino
华语讲解  Conducted in Mandarin
新加坡护法苑  & 法山基金会联合 Co-Organised by Nibbana Dhamma Rakkha (NDR Singapore) & Dhammagiri Foundation


[地点 DESTINATION] 泰国乌汶府 Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand

[团费 FEE] SGD400 / RM 1,400

[详情 Detail ] https//tinyurl.com/DG-AjahnChah-2025

[截止 Closing]:  30.11.2024


About Ajahn Cagino

Ajahn Cagino was born in Malaysia. He worked as a photographer and won no less than 40 awards with a first prize in the Asian Photography Competition. In 1997, he became a samanera under Mahayana tradition in Ang Hock Si Monastery in Penang,one and half year later became a novice under Ajahn Ganha in Thailand. He was re- ordained under Ajahn Chah’s lineage in Wat Pah Nanachat. Ajahn had practiced in solitude and had covered more than 4000 km on foot around Thailand and was residing in caves in northern Thailand. In 2010, Ajahn founded Dhammagiri Foundation to help the orphans at Mae Hong Son by building a Buddhist children’s home for orphans. With the assistance of devotees, the Foundation continued to provide scholarships for the children’s needs ensuring that they have the basic foundation in education. Ajahn also conducted meditation retreat for schools as he believed that dhamma learning can start at a young age.

Ajahn is the Spiritual Advisor of Nibbana Dhamma Rakkha Singapore. Since 2011, Ajahn had been travelling around Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia for dhammaduta and to conduct meditate retreats for lay practitioners. Devotees had organized more than 10 photography exhibitions for Ajahn, his work mainly reflect the way of life of Buddhist forest monks. Ajahn hopes that his pictures continues to inspire faith in the practice of the noble 8 fold path.


About the organiser

Organiser Description
Dhammagiri is a Buddhist Monastery in the Theravada Forest Tradition, associated with the lineage of Ajahn Chah. It aims to transcend today's bewildering confusion of Buddhist gurus, dogmas and techniques by returning to the original teachings of the Buddha as found in the early parts of the Pali canon and in the living practice of the great meditation masters in the Forest Tradition.
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10 Ben Varden Ave, Kholo QLD 4306, Australia
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