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Activist monk urges monks and Buddhists to stand up against “threats”...

Buddhist monks and lay people were urged to wake up and to join forces to brace for what was alleged to be an unprecendent...

Chiang Mai monks lead reforestation activity

CHIANG MAI – A group of Buddhist monks in Chiang Mai is leading a campaign urging locals to replant trees in degraded forests. Monks, novices...

Govt invites riverside people to put up altar tables in show...

BANGKOK, 5 July 2012  – When His Majesty the King travels by the river from Siriraj Hospital’s pier to Nonthaburi Province on Saturday,...

New Year ceremony conducted at Pullman Pattaya Aisawan

The management team of Pullman Pattaya Aisawan led by GM Clinton Lovell (2nd row, 4th left), held a religious ceremony conducted by Buddhist...

Thousands make merit by giving alms to 2,084 monks

About 25,000 people turned up at dawn Dec. 24 to present alms to 2,084 Buddhist monks on a mission to help Southern Thailand brethren...

Thais nationwide celebrate Queen’s birthday

BANGKOK, Aug 12 – Millions of Thai people throughout the country on Friday offered alms to Buddhist monks and joined with several public...

50% of Buddhist monks in poor health

BANGKOK, 6 June 2011 – Over half of Buddhist monks and novices in Thailand are found to be in poor health while authorities are...

Thailand, Cambodia join ‘Dhamma Yatra’ call for peace

SA KAEO, May 16 -- A Thai Buddhist group and its Cambodian counterpart joined with 'Dhamma Yatra' Buddhist pilgrims to urge their ...

Visakha Bucha Day, the beginning of the Buddhist Era 2,554 years...

Banks and government offices closed Tuesday, May 17, is one of the most venerated holidays on the Buddhist calendar: Visakha Bucha Day. This Buddhist...

Singsamut students make merit, donate flood-relief supplies

Students at Sattahip’s Singsamut School gave rice and dried goods to help flood victims in the South as a part of their ethics...

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