Ke ca mayaṃ, bhante, ke ca dhammassa aññātāro’’ti?…satthā bhagavā, sāvakohamasmi; jānāti bhagavā, nāhaṃ jānāmī’ti. ”
Who are we, Sir, compared to the Knower of the Dhamma?…Master is the Blessed One, disciple am I; the Blessed One knows, I do not know.” – Kīṭāgiri Sutta, MN 70.

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My kataññutā goes especially to…


  1. Ven. Bhikkhu Silavamsa (Vienna, Austria)
  2. Ven. Bhikkhu Bentara Kondañña (Kalugala Aranya Senasanaya)
  3. Ven. Bhikkhu Sumedha Bhadra (Kalugala Aranya Senasanaya)
  4. Ven. Bhikkhu Kiribathgoda Gnanananda (Mahamevnawa)
  5. Ven. Bhikkhu Katukurunde Nyanananda (Potgulgal Aramaya)
  6. Ven. Bhikkhu Sri Matara Nyanarama Mahathera (Nissarana Vanaya, Sumangalaramaya)
  7. and countless others…


  1. Ven. Bhikkhu Silavamsa (Vienna, Austria)
  2. Ven. Bhikkhu Sumedha Bhadra (Kalugala Aranya Senasayana)
  3. Prof. Dr. Heinz Bechert, Prof. Dr. Sven Bretfeld and later Prof. Dr. Achim Fahs
  4. and above all Ven. Bhikkhu Katukurunde Nyanananda (Potgulgal Aramaya)

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