The Activity of Khmer Students on World Buddhist Sangha Youth, 8th General Conference


Dear Dhamma Friends,

I would like to share something with beloved friends around the world the great events. On 27th – 29th of October, 2011, four Khmer student-monks, Ven. Sok Theavy, Ven. Chhin Chamroeun, Ven. Bunthoeurn and Venerable Suy Sovann studying in Sri Lanka were invited to join the World Buddhist Sangha Youth, the 8th General Conference which was been held in Dammbula, Sri Lanka. Please visit the following pictures.

Venerable Sovann Suy (Left), Venerable Chhin Chamroeun (Right) with the Most Venerable Anuruddha Thero, the General Secretary of WBSY (World Buddhist Sangha Youth).

Cambodian monks, Burmese monks, Nepal monks, Indian monks, and Tipiten monks

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  1. 1

    santa said,

    Hi. I am rev santa. Study buddhism in sri lanka. I would like join with wbys.

    • 2

      krayayouth said,

      Dear Venerable Santa,
      Nice to meet you here. Actually, I am not a member of WBSY. I got invitation from Ven. Anuruddha Thero who is a general secretary of WBSY. It was so interesting because it is done for the benefits of many, for peace and happiness of the world. With Metta,

  2. 3

    so ann em said,

    Hi how a u ? I think that the buddist world is very good for the lay people in the world. Because the Buddihsm very good for people love each other.

    • 4

      krayayouth said,

      Dear So Ann Em,
      Thank you for visiting us (Buddhist Library For Youth). BLY just records the great activities doing by Khmer Buddhist Sangha. I do hope you will also enjoy such kind od activity! With Metta,


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