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Visakha Puja Day-DIRI
Visakha Puja Day (Vesak) and the United Nations
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

EVENT DESCRIPTION Visakha Puja Day is one of the most important days in Buddhism and for Buddhists. It is the day Buddhists assemble to...

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Art for Peace Competition 2019
12:00 am - 12:00 am
Dunedin, New Zealand

On the occasion of the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the University of Otago, DIRI with the cooperation of the Religion Programme, University...

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DIIR-Miss Suchada Thongmalai

Miss Suchada Thongmalai


A PhD. candidate in Philosophy and Religion department, Kasetsart university who is interested in meditation of many schools ex. Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayāna.  She also focuses on Buddhist History  and Comparative Religion.

DIRI-Dr Natpiya saradum

Dr Natpiya saradum


Dr Natpiya is interested in Buddhist History and archaeology in Southeast Asia.

DIRI-Dr Chanida Jantrasrisalai, Pali IX

Dr Chanida Jantrasrisalai, Pali IX


Dr Jantrasrisalai is researching on dhammakāya/dharmakāya and meditation in ancient Gandhara and Central Asia, through studying of Gāndhārī and Sanskrit manuscripts found in the region.

DIRI-Dr Saran Lertrakmongkol

Dr Saran Lertrakmongkol


Many years as a staff of Dean’s office, editor of an acedmic pamphet, research assistant at Chulalongkorn University, he has gained various experiences in academic field.

DIRI-Dr Kijchai Urkasam

Dr Kijchai Urkasam


He is working on a research about the trace of Dhammakaya throug ancient manuscripts  that  written in  Tham scripts and Khmar-Thai scripts from the north of Thailand. Almost of  his research relate to early Buddhism  from Tham scripts  palm-leaf manuscripts and other ancient scripts in the same region. One of the  most significant source is “Meditation in Tham scripts”.

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