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Buddhist Nuns

What is the spirit of sisterhood of of the Buddhist nun. Watch these videos to understand.

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Nuns called "thila-shin" (keeper of precepts) on their fortnightly alms round "hsoonsan hkan" in small groups and in a 200 strong annual procession in Mandalay, Myanmar; they are given uncooked rice and groceries as they cook their own meals unlike the monks. They do however eat only one meal before noon the same as the monks.

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Nuns called "thila-shin" (keeper of precepts) on their fortnightly alms round "hsoonsan hkan" in small groups and in a 200 strong annual procession in Mandalay, Myanmar; they are given uncooked rice and groceries as they cook their own meals unlike the monks. They do however eat only one meal before noon the same as the monks.
Nuns called "thila-shin" (keeper of precepts) on their fortnightly alms round "hsoonsan hkan" in small groups and in a 200 strong annual procession in Mandalay, Myanmar; they are given uncooked rice and groceries as they cook their own meals unlike the monks. They do however eat only one meal before noon the same as the monks.


http://tinyurl.com/6gb2aa Ani Tsultrim Dolkar, an Italian-born Buddhist nun, lives at the Kagyu Samye Ling Tibetan Centre in Scotland. Here she recalls her first meeting ...


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