Ban Na Mon Forest Dwelling or Wat Pa Nak Nimit, Khok Sri Suphan District, Sakon Nakhon Province

Phra Ajaan Mun chose to stay at Ban Na Mon Forest Dwelling so that a greater number of his disciples could come and pay respect to him as well as listen to his sermon. It was this year that he adopted a variety of techniques—preaching, teaching, pressing and intimidating—to make certain his disciples aspired to […]

Phra Ajaan Mun Pavilion, Ban Kok Na Mon Forest Dwelling, Khok Sri Suphan District, Sakon Nakhon Province

Phra Ajaan Mun stayed at this forest dwelling and used this pavilion as a place to deliver sermons to his disciples and Buddhist laymen. He also used it as a meeting place where monks gathered and where Phra Ajaan Mun laid down regulations for forest monks. This dwelling is the present-day Wat Pa Wisutthidham.

Phra Ajaan Mun’s Cubicle at Wat Pa Sarawari, Ban Phue District, Udon Thani Province

In 1923, at the twenty-eighth year of his monkhood, Phra Ajaan Mun founded Wat Pa Dong Mafai at Ban Khor Subdistrict. It is now Wat Pa Sarawari. There, Phra Ajaan Mun had a stone Buddha image created, where he stayed at this temple for two years. Since he left, the local folks have been preserving […]

The Cubicle of Phra Ajaan Mun Bhuridatta Mahathera, Wat Pa Nong Phue Na Nai, Phanna Nikhom District, Sakon Nakhon Province

Phra Ajaan Mun spent the final period of his life at Wat Pa Nong Phue Na Nai for five years. It was Phra Ajaan Mun’s longest stay in one place. The Cubicle of Phra Ajaan Mun Bhuridatta Mahathera at Wat Pa Nong Phue was regarded as an important and auspicious place because many of his […]

Wat Pa Klang Nhon Phu, Ban Rai Subdistrict, Phanna Nikhom District, Sakon Nakhon Province

During his indisposition, his disciples transferred Phra Ajaan Mun from Wat Pa Nong Phue Na Nai to Wat Pa Sutthawas, Sakon Nakhon. On the way, they made a stopover at Wat Pa Klang Nhon Phu so that Phra Ajaan Mun could have some rest (approximate 10 days). This forest dwelling became the museum of his […]

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