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The Past and Present of Theravada Buddhism in Japan
founder Anagarika Dhammapala in 1893; Dhammapala also visited Japan in 1889, 1902, and. 1913.5.
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ceremony under perfect weather conditions. This. Wandertag with Bhikkuni Visuddhu and Ashin Ottama.
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years. Only a month later it was time for Anagarika.
Sangharakshita: Poems of the 'Inner Life' (Includes an Introduction to
Many of us know about Anagarika Dhammapala's efforts to reclaim and restore the Buddha Gaya.
World eBook Library The World eBook Library, www.worldLibrary

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Anagarika Dharmapala - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anagarika Dharmapala (Sinhala:අනගාරික ධර්මපාල) (17 September 1864 - 29 April 1933) was a leading figure of Buddhism in the twentieth century.
Theravada Buddhism and modernization: Anagarika Dhammapala
ANAGARIKA DHAMMAPALA
Diary of Anagarika Dhammapala. Some speeches and Writings. It is gratefully acknowledged that these speeches and writings.
The Maha Bodhi Society of India was founded by Anagarika
Theravada Buddhism and modernization: Anagarika Dhammapala
Feb 1, 1999 The Twentieth century saw a revival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka and India. In both countries...

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