Phra Dhammakosajarn (Nuem Indapanyo)

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December 3, 2021

Phra Dhammakosajarn, formerly Nguem Panich, nicknamed Inthapanho, known as Phuttadasaphikku (27 May 1906 – 8 July 1993), was a native of Chaiya District. Surat Thani Province Born in 1906, began to study at the age of 20 at the hometown temple. Then came to study the Dharma and Vinaya in Bangkok. Until the exam, he received 3 sentences of Dharma. But then Buddhadasa Bhikkhu found that the Buddhist society as it was at that time was very corrupted and distorted. and may not reach the heart of Buddhism at all So he decided to turn around and go back to practice Dharma at Chaiya District. which is your original domicile again ready to dedicate himself to being a Buddhist slave because he wants to devote himself to serving Buddhism until the end The outstanding works of Lord Buddhadasa are books such as the Buddha Dharma book, Following in the footsteps of the Arahants. and human manual and was the first Thai monk who pioneered the use of modern audiovisual equipment for spreading the Dharma. and he had an important Dharma companion, Panya Nantha Bhikku. Wat Chonprathan Rangsarit and B.C. Khemaphirat

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Lord Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, whose original name was Nguem Panich, was born on the 7th day of the waxing moon of the 7th lunar month, or on May 27, 1906, in the merchant's surname. At Phum Riang Market, Chaiya District, Surat Thani Province At the end of the reign of King Chulalongkorn which at that time Phum Riang was still the location of Chaiya town or Chaiya Province before becoming Surat Thani Province today Buddhadasa Bhikkhu's father's name was Xieng Panich, and his main occupation was selling groceries. Lord Buddhadasa Phikku's father was a Thai of Chinese descent. because the grandfather of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu emigrated from

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