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Although his­tor­ic­ally mar­gin­al­ized, Buddhist nuns are tak­ing their place in mod­ern Buddhism. Like the monks, Buddhist nuns live by an ancient sys­tem of mon­astic law, the Vinaya. This work invest­ig­ates vari­ous areas of uncer­tainty and con­tro­versy in how the Vinaya is to be under­stood and applied today.






Bhikkhuni Vinaya Studies

Researches & reflections on monastic discipline for Buddhist nuns


Although his­tor­ic­ally mar­gin­al­ized, Buddhist nuns are tak­ing their place in mod­ern Buddhism. Like the monks, Buddhist nuns live by an ancient sys­tem of mon­astic law, the Vinaya. This work invest­ig­ates vari­ous areas of uncer­tainty and con­tro­versy in how the Vinaya is to be under­stood and applied today.


Got­amī, those prin­ciples of which you know: ‘These prin­ciples lead to dis­pas­sion, not pas­sion; to being unfettered, not fettered; to get­ting rid of, not heap­ing up; to few wishes, not many wishes; to con­tent­ment, not dis­con­tent­ment; to seclu­sion, not social­iz­ing; to arousal of energy, not lazi­ness; to being easy to sup­port, not hard to sup­port.’ You may def­in­itely hold: ‘This is Dhamma, This is Vinaya, This is the Teach­ing of the Buddha.’

–The Buddha

About the author

Bhikkhu Sujato is a Buddhist monk. He ordained in Thai­l­and in 1994 and spent sev­eral years in forest mon­as­ter­ies prac­ti­cing and study­ing the Dhamma. In 2003 he estab­lished Santi Forest Mon­as­tery. Bhikkhu Sujato is a med­it­ator and scholar who spe­cial­izes in his­tor­ical research into the ori­gins of Buddhism.

source of origin: http://santifm.org/santipada/2010/bhikkhuni-vinaya-studies/


A discussion about the book can be leaded here in the forum -->

A generall discussion about Bhikkhuni Ordination can be found here --> Bhikkhuni Ordination - Bhikkhuni Einweihung

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