Dhammakaya tradition in our era started in 1916 when
the Great Abbot of Wat Paknam (Phra Monkolthepmuni)
strove with a determination to the degree he was prepared
to devote his entire life, to rediscovering through
meditation the knowledge known to the Buddhas Meditation,
previously considered nothing more than a mental exercise
or spiritual austerity, became popular through this
masters dedication to teaching and research in the
Dhammakaya tradition he has discovered. The Great
Abbots most gifted disciple was a nun Khun Yay Ubasika
Chandra Khonnokyoong. read
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Magha Puja Day Celebration On Friday 14th February 2014
The Day to the Lord Buddha assembled with his disciple monks.
You are cordially invited to join the Magha Puja Day ceremony at The Cape Town Meditation Centre.
Kathina Robe Offering Ceremony Sunday 23 October 2011 (2554 B.E.) For Building The Buddhist Temple o
Buddhist Temple of Cape Town is pleased to invite you and your family to join on Kathina Robe Offering Ceremony and the anniversary of grand opening) for the alms-givings , offering meals to 11 Thai Buddhist monks and Kathina robe offering ceremony on Sun
Cape Town Meditation Centre Moving to new area
Cape Town Meditation Centre (CMC) is moving to Sunset Beach in this 5th May.
How we are going to new temple?
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Town Meditation Centre (Current) 49
Balers Way, Sunset Beach, Milnerton 7441, Malmesbury,
Western Cape, South Africa Postal: P.O.Box 585, Sea Point, Cape Town,
Tel: +27(0) 21-552-9333 Cell: +27(0) 79-379-0245 or +27(0) 72-3230060
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