WBU March Forum with David Holmes


Program :            WBU SUNDAY FORUM

Topic :                “What is Wrong at the Root of our Society”

Date & Time :     Sunday March 7th,     12.00-13.30 pm

Speaker ;             David Holmes

About the Speaker :

David Holmes:

David, aka Anagarika Tevijjo,  is a long time meditator, scholar and supporter of Dhamma. Formerly he studied and worked in Sri Lanka with eminent Pali scholar Bhikkhu Bodhi, whose translations of the Buddhist Canon are considered the finest in the modern era. He taught at Culalongkorn University a range of subjects, concentrating mostly on American Literature. Following a motor accident, David retired and dedicated his whole time to the pursuit of meditation and dhamma studies.

He has a web site called Noble Path

and has edited the excellent Wheel series of Pali translations for some years, for free publication on the internet. He also gave a talk for Little Bangkok Sangha 2 years ago at Baan Aree.

David Holmes and Bhikkhuni Dhammananda

Meeting Room, the World Buddhist University, 3rd floor, WFB Headquarters Bldg., in Benjasiri Park, Sukhumvit 24, Bangkok, Time : 12.00-13.30 pm. All are welcome to join the programme free of charge. For more information, please call 02-258-0369 to -0373, fax 02-258-0372, or see http://www.worldbuddhistuniversity.com

The WBU shares the same building with the WFB (World Fellowship of Buddhists), and can be found by our maps below. It is on the third floor. The WBU is open most office hours, and the building can be entered from the rear of the building from the Soi. The front gate that faces the park is generally locked, but there is access to walk through to the rear.

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    WFB/WBU Building   Wide area Skytrain map


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2 Responses to WBU March Forum with David Holmes

  1. Chris says:

    Gentle Readers;
    Please note that the URL for the World Buddhist University has been changed to:


    and is no longer as recorded in the notice above.

    Thank you.

  2. Cittasamvaro says:

    Thanks. I made the correction above.

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