The Dhammakaya Temple


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Beautiful Wat Phra Dhammakaya Temple in Thailand — The Buddhist temple traditionally has a significant role in the Thai community. The temple is a centre to teach and exemplify ethical practice which is an implicit part of everyday life. The real essence of the temple is not to be found in the buildings, but in the community it serves - which can be divided roughly into two parts. Most people like to cisit the temple on a day-to-day basis to to support the monks, hear sermons, consolidate their own virtue and seek advice. The complementary part of the community comprises the determined few who give up their home life to enter the temple on a more long-term basis in order to train themselves. The latter must often undergo a long period of apprenticeship before being accepted into the community. 

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The Dhammakaya Temple, one of Thailand's largest and most controversial Buddhist sects, has become a target of the country's military government. Photo: Jack Kurtz/ZUMA PRESS


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