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Buddhist Talk and Q&A by Ajahn Jayasaro

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Cambridge University Buddhist Society invites you to a talk and Q&A by Ajahn Jayasaro on Wednesday the 28th. Ajahn Jayasaro was born in England and he is now a senior Buddhist monk in the Thai Forest Tradition. He is a disciple of Ajahn Chah, one of Thailand’s most renowned Buddhist monks. Ajahn Jayasaro used to be the abbot of Wat Pa Nanachat, the international monastery of Ajahn Chah’s lineage, and he now lives in a hermitage at the foot of Khao Yai Mountain National Park.

Ajahn Jayasaro kindly agreed to give us his teachings during his brief visit to the UK. This will be a great chance to listen to an excellent Buddhist teacher.

All our events are free and open to all. We hope to see many of you there.

This talk is part of the Buddhist Society Talks series.

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