Most Venerable Bhikkhuni Dhammawati Guruma, born Ganesh Kumari Shakya in 1934, is a renowned Buddhist nun and teacher from Kathmandu, Nepal. At the age of 14, she ran away to Myanmar.
The 22nd Outstanding Women in Buddhism Awards (OWBA) Ceremony, held at the Silanantawan Meditation Center Premises, at Sakhon Nakhon, Udon Thani, Thailand.
This is the World’s First International Bhikkhunis Magazine & Website specially for all Bhikkhunis (Buddhist Nuns) in the world. Now you can read our all Magazines. This Bhikkhunis International Buddhist Magazine has been published in English, which includes 60 pages of articles related to Buddhism and Bhikkhuni Sasana. The magazine comprises special articles written by leading and Senior Bhikkhunis overseas. “Bhikkhunis” International Buddhist Magazine so far has been successfully distributed to 48 countries in the world.
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The society highly believes “The women have superb talent for management everything”. Do polishing that statement, the Bhikkhunis also have appreciated experience for manage and build nice temples. More Bhikkhunis have many World’s Famous Bhikkhunis Temples in the worldwide. In here, we are publishing for you beautiful and World’s Famous Bhikkhunis Temples.
Pau Chi Temple
Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery
Buddha Catu Parisa
Vegetarian food is about lifestyle; an attitude towards our environment and our health. Nowadays most of the people are in the world turn over to the vegetarian foods. It is the one part of global culture and people are thinking it is time to promote nutritious and healthy vegetarian food with the help of their mental power.
Gautama Buddha first ordained women as nuns five years after his enlightenment and five years after first ordaining men into the sangha. The first Buddhist nun was his aunt and foster mother Mahapajapati Gotami. Bhikkhunis have to follow the eight rules of respect, which are vows called The Eight Garudhammas.
The progression to ordination as a bhikkhuni is taken in four steps.A layperson initially takes the Ten Precepts, becoming a śrāmaṇerī or novice.They then undergo a two-year period following the vows of a śikṣamāṇā, or probationary nun.This two-year probationary status is not required of monks, and ensures that a candidate for ordination is not pregnant. They then undergo two higher ordinations (upasampada) first from a quorum of bhikkhunis, and then again from a quorum of bhikkhus.Vinaya rules are not explicit as to whether this second higher ordination is simply a confirmation of the ordination conducted by the bhikkhunis, or if monks are given final say in the ordination of bhikkhunis
In Buddhism, women can openly aspire to and practice for the highest level of spiritual attainment. Buddhism is unique in that the Buddha as founder of a spiritual tradition explicitly states in canonical literature that a woman is as capable of nirvana as men and can fully attain all four stages of enlightenment. Uphold the Dhamma-Vinaya for present and future generations of Buddhist women on the path to awakening.
This is our First International Buddhist Magazine which is distributing to the World’s high & main Buddhist Temples, International Buddhist organizations, the World’s famous Buddhist Monks, Nuns & Masters and selected worldwide High Commissions & Embassies. Also, specially distributing overseas during International Buddhist Conferences & Forums.
This is our Main Buddhist Channel. As a Buddhist and universal traveler, Buddhika Sanjeewa has been to more than 30 countries. During these visits he worshiped many Buddhist Temples and most valuable historical Buddhist places all around the world. We share with you on the spiritual values of these Buddhist Temples. Now you can watch our videos.
This is our Second International Buddhist Magazine, and this is the World’s First International Bhikkhunis Magazine & Website specially for all Bhikkhunis (Buddhist Nuns) in the world. The Magazine includes 60 pages comprises special articles who written by leading and Senior Bhikkhunis overseas and successfully distributed to 48 countries in the world.