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Choose your side like Vibhishana, not Kumbhakarna
After that, Siddhartha gives up kingdom. Ashoka gives up war. Angulimala turns monk.
Lord Avebury, Lib Dem peer and rights campaigner, dies at 87
A Buddhist, Lord Avebury was the patron of Angulimala, which promotes the teaching and practice of Buddhism in British prisons. He also campaigned on behalf of secular causes, fighting to remove mandatory daily worship in maintained schools. In 2009 ...
Labyrinth of recursive images
380-409) gives us snippets from Buddha's life and the way we respond to the Buddha today. The snippets include Buddha's sermons on the body and soul, Angulimala and Kisagautami episodes, Buddha's idols, Ashwaghosha's narrative about him, and such.
Gnanasara Thera ties pirith noola on Dematagoda Chaminda's wrist
When prison officials opposed the move, the thera had said that the Buddha showed his patience to Angulimala and King Kosala. Security for Chaminda has been strengthened. A group of officials representing Prisons and Police Departments are providing ...
Should Sri Lanka's Parliament control only Buddhist monks?Some facts to think
Why should ancient customs carried out by Buddhist monks over centuries (Angulimala piritha etc) be categorized as occult practices?

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