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Gender Equality/Inequality in Buddhism
by Ven. Thubten Chodron©
Tushita Meditation Centre, Dharamsala, India.

23 Nov 2006


At a meditation course at Tushita Meditation Centre, the participants felt that there is discrimination against women in Buddhism and it became a hot topic at the course. Ven. Chodron was thus invited to address this issue from her perspective as a Buddhist nun for nearly thirty years.

Part 1 [38 min] : Download mp3 file

Part 2 [37 min] : Download mp3 file

Question & Answer [19 min] :Download mp3 file

 

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