Volume 14 No. 2

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The Venerable Thich Phuoc Tan, Buddhist Federation Australia and Abbot of Quang Minh Temple in Braybrook, Melbourne, presenting a plaque of appreciation to The Most Venerable Thich Phuoc Hue, head of the United Vietnamese Congregation of Australia and New Zealand,
at the Australian Buddhist General Conference 20 to 22 February 2004, Melbourne

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ISSN 0818-8254
Incorporating the Buddhist Discussion Centre (Upwey) Ltd. Newsletter and the Chan Academy# Newsletter.
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Evelin C. Halls, BA
Anita M. Hughes, R.N. Div 1
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Table of Contents

Five-Day Bhavana Course April 2004: "Buddhism and Education"

A Nationwide Buddhist Gathering in Australia: The Australian Buddhist General Conference 20 to 22 February 2004

Photographs of The Australian Buddhist General Conference 2004

Minutes of the Meeting held on "Youth" at the Australian Buddhist General Conference

World Fellowship of Buddhists (WFB) Regional Centre Report on the Australian Buddhist General Conference 20 to 22 February 2004

Photographs of His Eminence Ludig Khenchen Rinpoche - during his visit to Melbourne, Australia in 2004

Venerable Upatissa's pilgrimage (photographs):
Sri Lanka

THE STANZAS of Nargajunauna on the Amida Buddha and His Pure Land (translated from the French by Franny Sime)

Abhidhamma Class 91, 23 March 2004: Vithi - Part 10: Paritta-rammana Vithi

Abhidhamma Class 92, 30 March 2004: Vithi - Part 11: Atiparitta-rammana Vithi

Abhidhamma Class 93, 6 April 2004: Satipatthana Bhavana

Abhidhamma Class 94, 13 April 2004: Twelve Maggangas - Twelve Constituents of the Path

Abhidhamma Class 95, 20 April 2004: Vithi - Process of Consciousness - Part 12: Mano-dvara Vithi

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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