I received the book as a Dhamma Dana from my paternal aunt (GBNF) and cousin sister. There are recordings of Uppathathanti. There is an Uppathathanti pagoda in Nay Pyi Daw.
Vissudimagga (The Path of Purification) by translated from Pali into English by Bhikkhu Nyanamoli Vissudimaggasara (The Essence of the Path of Purification) is an abridged version by Dr. Ottara Nyana. THE PATH OF PURIFICATION Vissudhimaggarasa An abridged edition of Bhikku Nyanamoli’s translation by : Dr. Ottara Nyana Head […]
Books Pa Auk Tawya Sayadaw wrote many books on dhamma. Several book are available in English. Uzin Myo Tun (Bobby, Ashin Pannagavesaka, A69) is one of the Translators and Editors.
U Wint Khin Zaw (A 79, Australia) air mailed me the book written by his father U Khin Zaw (“K”). U Khin Zaw served as Librarian of Rangoon University Central Library. He was succeeded by Saya U Thein Han (Zawgyi). U Khin Zaw served as Founder-Director of Burma […]
SPZP-2007 was hosted by the alumni in Singapore in April, 2007. It was the Fourth RIT Grand Reunion and Saya Pu Zaw Pwe. The previous three were SPZP-2000 (San Francisco, October 2000) SPZP-2002 (Singapore, December 2002) SPZP-2004 (Yangon, December 2004) Yangon was designated to hold the SPZP in […]
SWEL DAW YEIK SAR SAUNG (for SPZP-2010, Singapore) Saya U Moe Aung (Tekkatho Moe War) & team published the commemorative issue. They printed my article “A Short and Sad Clip: EE Sayas” (renamed by Saya). Thanks. The article will be re-posted separately.
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness a Summary Venerable Sayadaw U Silananda (Dhamma dana)
There have been many micro-gatherings, mini-gatherings, gatherings, mega-gatherings including seven World Wide SPZPs (SPZP-2000, SPZP-2002, SPZP-2004, SPZP-2007, SPZP-2010, SPZP-2012, SPZP-2016). The following is a glimpse of some gatherings. Welcoming Sayas The San Francisco Bay Area Alumni had welcomed several sayas. They include U Ba Toke (Myanmar) U Num […]
I wrote an article for the Commemorative Issue of “Swel Daw Yeik Sar Saung” for SPZP-2012 held in Singapore. Tekkatho Moe War (Saya U Moe Aung) was Chief Editor and/or Publisher of the Sar Saung. Saya suggested the title “A Short and Sad Clip : EE Sayas”. Saya […]
I was requested to contribute an article for the centennial issue. The first Chief Resident Abbot was (Tavoy) Sayadaw, who recited five Kyan (Treatise). I wrote an article on “Time Management”. Saya Dr. Khin Maung Win and his family members (Maung Yit and Junior Win) also contributed articles.