Chithurst

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Trotton With Chithurst - Chithurst
... The village of Chithurst contains St ... Mary's Church and Cittaviveka, the Chithurst Buddhist Monastery, which is a Buddhist monastery located in Chithurst, which was founded by Ajahn Chah and Ajahn Sumedho ...
Ajahn Candasiri
... She ordained in 1979, at Chithurst Buddhist Monastery, England ... She was one of four women anagarikas who founded Chithurst Buddhist Monastery's community of nuns in West Sussex, England ... Ajahn Candasiri resided at Cittaviveka, Chithurst until 1999 when she moved to Amaravati monastery ...
Chithurst Buddhist Monastery - History - Foundation (1979-1984)
... accommodation are situated in two adjacent houses – Chithurst House (for men) and Āloka Cottage (for women) ... to the Sangha in 1978-9, an act which precipitated the purchase of the semi-derelict Chithurst House which stood nearby ... The initial priority of the community was the repair of Chithurst House, which took about five years ...
Buddho - The Tradition in The West - England
... Chithurst Buddhist Monastery was the first English monastery ... In 1979 George Sharp purchased Chithurst House (a property adjacent to the wood) on behalf of The English Sangha Trust ... Chithurst House gained legal recognition as a monastery in 1981 ...
Chithurst Buddhist Monastery
... Outline Buddhism portal Cittaviveka, popularly known as Chithurst Buddhist Monastery, is a Theravada Buddhist Monastery in the Thai Forest Tradition ... It is situated in West Sussex, England in the hamlet of Chithurst between Midhurst and Petersfield ... Ajahn Sumedho, the first abbot (1979–1984) as a suitable word-play on “Chithurst,” the hamlet in which its main house is situated ...