Programme : WBU BUDDHIST SUNDAY FORUM
Topic : Let’s come to know karma
Date & Time : August 1st, 2553(2010), 12:00 – 14.00 : P.M.
Speaker : Phrakru Ghositbuddhisat Ph.D.
About the Topic : Let’s come to know the karma in Buddhism
The karma is an important principle of Dhamma of Buddhism that Buddhist people believe, because Buddhism is atheism that it has no God who will give kindness or punishment to anybody. The karma itself will an award or a wicked thing to man who did good thing or bad thing. What is the karma? How do you understand the karma? How does it give an award or a wicked thing? Can we come to know the karma in Buddhism through the practice of insight meditation?
About the Speaker :
Pali 4 from monastic school of Wat Rakangghositaram, Bangkok.
B.A. (Buddhism) from Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University, Bangkok.
M.A. (Indian Philosophy) from University of Madras, Thamil Nadu State, India.
Ph.D.(Indian Philosophy) from University of Madras, Thamil Nadu State, India.
Assistant abbot of Wat Rakangghositaram, Bangkok.
Lecturer of Department of Religion and Philosophy, Faculty of Buddhism, Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University, Bangkok.
Acting Director of International Relations Division, Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University, Bangkok.
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Wat Rakangghositaram, Arun Amarin Rd., Siriraj, Bangkok Noi, Bangkok.
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