1 edition of All-Burma Sangha Samaggi found in the catalog.
All-Burma Sangha Samaggi
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Summary of current situation There are a total of 2, political prisoners in Burma. This is an overall increase of 21 in comparison to last month’s figure of 2, The increase is due to retrospective information AAPP received in August, about the detention of 14 monks around the time of the Saffron Revolution, 4 members of the Burma National Integrity to Democracy group, and other.
by Mungpi Saturday, 29 August New Delhi (Mizzima) – As many as 30, civilians have fled to China in the wake of fighting between government troops and ethnic rebels in Burma’s north-eastern region, the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said on Friday.
Monk Report - Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online for free. The monks formed a Sangha Samaggi at Thayettaw monastery in Rangoon. Initiated by young monks, the Sangha Samaggi, didn't grow big at first. Then presiding abbots of Aletawya, Salin and Weluwun monasteries joined it.
The support of these Sayadaws gave the Sangha Samaggi movement great impulse. More Samaggis were organized in Rangoon and Lower. Full Human Rights Yearbook The Cambridge history of Southeast Asia. Bibliography. Includes index. Asia, Southeastern—History. Tarling, Nicholas.
Library of Congress cataloguing-in-publication data The Cambridge history of Southeast Asia. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Contents: v.