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Tipitaka Chanting Day 3 (06/10/2017)


IBAAIn honoring the 92nd Birthday of the most Venerable Phrarajmongkolrangsi Wat Thai Washington, DC and International Buddhist Association of America (IBAA) requests the honor of your company at the Buddhist Religious Ceremony

Wat Thai Washington, DC

13440 Layhill Rd. Silver Spring, MD 20906

The International Tipitaka Chanting Sponsor by International Buddhist Association of America (IBAA)

The Religious Ceremony dedicating the merit to the longevity of the most Venerable Phrarajmongkolrangsi.

Phrarajmongkolrangsi is the abbot of Wat Thai Washington, DC and a senior Advisor of the Council of Thai Bhikhu. He is known for a skilled preacher using simple language for all to understand, a prolific writer, a great meditation teacher. Venerable Phrarajmongkolrangsi is well known throughout United States, Europe and in Thailand for his truly and lifelong dedication to Buddhism.

The Tipitaka chanting scheduled for June 8 - 10, 2017 at Wat Thai is the second International Tipitaka chanting program on the East Coast of the US. The tradition of chanting from the Pali Tipitaka at the place of enlightenment Bodhgaya, India has received high praise amongst Buddhist communities throughout the world.

We look forward to a beautiful gathering where we can recite together and share in the merit of making offerings to the Most Venerable Phrarajmongkolrangsi, Mahasangha and all the attendees.


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Saturday June 10th, 2017 Last Day (Morning Program)

Morning chanting program begins in Buddha Hall
Lighting of the lamps by the Laos Monks
Laotian Monks Chanting of Dighanikaya Sutta: Page TBD
Mr. SoukSomboun Summarize in English

Prof. B.N. Hebbar of George Washington University, Executive Vice President IBAA
Dedication to the deceased Ven. Chanju Mun IBAA BOD and the Abbot of Korean Temple, Fairfax, VA

11:00 Lunch buffet offering for monks

12:00 Lunch buffet for lay devotees


Saturday June 10th, 2017 Last Day (Afternoon Program)

Closing Ceremony begins
Lighting of the Candles
Brief blessing chanting by the host temple

Ven. Thanat Inthisan: Closing Remarks

Mrs. Wangmo Dixey: Closing Remarks and Consortium of Mahayana Project

Sangha Dhana and Dedication of Merits
Certificate presentation to the temple members

Group Photo

6.00 Evening chanting with the Sangha Wat Thai Washington, DC

7:00 Adjourn

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