DHYANA DANA REVIEW
Volume 14 No.
Registered by Australia Post
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Melbourne hosted the meeting of 35 Thai Buddhist Monks
held at Wat Dhammarangsee Temple, Forest Hill, Melbourne, Australia
30 January 2004 - 3 February 2004
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Table of Contents
Abhidhamma class 80, 6 January 2004: Four Utuja-kalapas and Two Aharaja-kalapas
Abhidhamma class 81, 13 January 2004: Summary of Rupa
Abhidhamma class 82, 20 January 2004: Vithi - Process of consciousness - Part 1: Introduction
Abhidhamma class 83, 27 January 2004: Vithi - Process of consciousness - Part 2: Six Types of Vinnana and Vithi / The mango simile
Abhidhamma class 84, 3 February 2004: Vithi - Process of consciousness - Part 3: The Causes for the Arising of Vithi
Abhidhamma class 85, 4 February 2004: Vithi - Process of consciousness - Part 4: Six Types of Visayappavatti
Abhidhamma class 86, 17 February 2004: Vithi - Process of Consciousness - Part 5: Vithi-cittas and Vithi-vimutti Cittas, Three Types of Identical Cittas
Abhidhamma class 87, 24 February 2004: Vithi - Process of Consciousness - Part 6: Maranasanna Nimitta
Abhidhamma class 88, 2 March 2004: Vithi - Process of Consciousness - Part 7: Three Types of Bhavanga Cittas
Abhidhamma class 89, 9 March 2004: Vithi - Process of Consciousness - Part 8: Cakkhu-dvara Vithis
Abhidhamma class 90, 16 March 2004: Vithi - Process of Consciousness - Part 9: Mahanta-rammana Vithis
Annual Report of Associated Institution of the World Buddhist University (WBU)
Meeting of Thai Buddhist Monks held at Wat Dhammarangsee Temple, Forest Hill, Melbourne 30 January 2003 - 3 February 2004
The Dalai Lama visit and Foundation Stone Ceremony for a world Peace Pagoda at the International Brotherhood Mission, Mahabodhi Vihar, Jyotinagar, Dibrugarh, Assam, India
Appeal to build an Old-age Home and to establish a cultural Centre
Appeal for Funds - How You Can Help our Centre
The merit of this edition of the Buddha Dhyana Dana Review is dedicated to the Founder John D. Hughes, deceased 29 November 2003, and his wife Anita M. Hughes.
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