About: Rewata Dhamma

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Sayadaw U Rewata Dhamma (Pali: Revatadhamma; 4 December 1929, Thamangone – 26 May 2004, Birmingham) was a prominent Theravada Buddhist monk and noted Abhidhamma scholar from Myanmar (Burma). After pursuing an academic career in India for most of two decades, he accepted an invitation to head a Buddhist centre in Birmingham UK, and over the next three decades gained an international reputation as a teacher of meditation and an advocate of peace and reconciliation.

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  • Sayadaw U Rewata Dhamma (Pali: Revatadhamma; 4 December 1929, Thamangone – 26 May 2004, Birmingham) was a prominent Theravada Buddhist monk and noted Abhidhamma scholar from Myanmar (Burma). After pursuing an academic career in India for most of two decades, he accepted an invitation to head a Buddhist centre in Birmingham UK, and over the next three decades gained an international reputation as a teacher of meditation and an advocate of peace and reconciliation. (en)
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  • 2004-05-26 (xsd:date)
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  • Aggamahapandita (2002) (en)
  • Sasanadhaja Siripavara Dhammacariya (1953) (en)
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  • December 1929 (en)
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  • Thamagon, Henzada District, Irrawaddy Province, British Burma (en)
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  • Dr. Rewata Dhamma carrying the United Nations Buddha relics during their display at Dhammatalaka Pagoda in July 2003 (en)
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  • --05-26
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  • Rewatadhamma (en)
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  • Burmese (en)
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  • Aggamahapandita (en)
  • Sasanadhaja Siripavara Dhammacariya (en)
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  • Sayadaw U Rewata Dhamma (Pali: Revatadhamma; 4 December 1929, Thamangone – 26 May 2004, Birmingham) was a prominent Theravada Buddhist monk and noted Abhidhamma scholar from Myanmar (Burma). After pursuing an academic career in India for most of two decades, he accepted an invitation to head a Buddhist centre in Birmingham UK, and over the next three decades gained an international reputation as a teacher of meditation and an advocate of peace and reconciliation. (en)
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  • Rewata Dhamma (en)
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  • Rewatadhamma (en)
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