Dear Family and Friends,

There will be an Online Dhamma talk by Ajahn Sujato on Sunday 23rd August at the invitation of the Mazumdar family. Please see details below:-

Adelaide: 7:30 p.m.
Melbourne/Sydney: 8:00 p.m.
Perth: 6:00 p.m.
India/Sri Lanka: 3:30 p.m.

TOPIC:- Death and Beyond
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Meeting ID: 829 2130 0440
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Ajahn Sujato was born as Antony Best in Perth, Western Australia in 1966 to a liberal Catholic family. Impressed by the profound visions of the world opened up through science, and especially the Theories of Relativity, he rejected his Catholic beliefs while in his teens. Before leaving to Thailand in 1994 he read philosophy and literature at the University of Western Australia. The main influences in Bhante Sujato’s spiritual development have been twofold. This congruence is regarded as the single most important historical clue to the Buddha’s original message, and Bhante Sujato has taken the lead in introducing cross-tradition text studies to the Buddhist community. The second major spiritual influence comes from his three main meditation teachers. From Ajahn Maha Boowa and the little-known Thai monk Ajahn Maha Chatchai he learnt the practice of loving-kindness that still forms the backbone of his own meditation and teaching. From Ajahn Brahmavanso he learnt especially how to understand this practice within the overall context of the Buddha’s path. Since 2003 Bhante Sujato has been leading an international team of Buddhist scholars to bring the teachings of the Buddha from all traditions under one domain. As a result of his selfless efforts, today the seekers of the dhamma can freely access the words spoken by the Buddha in many modern languages. Visit for details. is for anyone who wants to learn for themselves what the Buddha taught. From 2015 to 2018 Bhante Sujato lived in isolation and completed translating the Sutta Pitaka from Pali to the English language. Bhante Sujato is a sought-after dhamma teacher and he is continuing to help the seekers of Dhamma across the world. Bhante is currently residing in Lokanta Vihara, a humble urban dwelling in Sydney, Australia.