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Ajahn Chah

Other names Chah Subaddho
Luang Por Chah
Luang Pu Chah
Achaan Chah
Born June 1918 Ubon,Thailand
Died January 1992
Tradition Theravada Buddhism
School Thai Forest Tradition
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As is traditional in Thailand, Ajahn Chah entered the monastery as a novice at the age of nine, where, during a three-year stay, he learned to read and write. He later returned to monastic life on April 1939, seeking ordination as a Theravadan monk.For the next seven years Ajahn Chah practiced in the style of an ascetic monk in the austere Forest Tradition, spending his time in forests, caves and cremation grounds.In 1975, Wat Pah Nanachat (International Forest Monastery) was founded with Ajahn Sumedho as the abbot.
Famous Quote:
The Dhamma has to be found by looking into your own heart
and seeing that which is true and that which is not,
that which is balanced and that which is not balanced.
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