Sujin Boriharnwanaket

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Sujin Boriharnwanaket (Thai: สุจินต์ บริหารวนเขตต์; RTGSSuchin Borihanwanakhet; born 1927) is a Thai Vipassana and Abhidhamma teacher. She graduate dfrom Triam Udom High School and has published numerous books and articles in Thai and English. On March 6, 2007 she was given the Outstanding Woman in Buddhism award in Bangkok at the United Nations office.[1]

Books in English

  • "Answering Dhamma Questions", Adelaide : Adelaide Dhamma Study Group, 1977
  • "The Development of Insight", Bangkok : Thailand : Abhidhamma foundation, 1979
  • "Metta: Loving kindness in Buddhism", Nina van Gorkom translation : Triple Gem, 1995
  • "Taking Refuge in Buddhism"', Nina van Gorkom translation : Zolag, 1996
  • "Realities and concepts : the Buddha's explanation of the world", Nina van Gorkom translation : Thailand : Dhamma Study and Support Foundation, 2000
  • "A Survey of Paramattha Dhammas"', Nina van Gorkom translation : Dhamma Study and Support Foundation, 2005
  • "The Perfections Leading to Enlightenment", Nina van Gorkom translation : Zolag, 2007

References

  1. "Outstanding Buddhist women". Bangkok Post. 6 March 2007. Retrieved 14 September 2010. 


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