Way of Faith in the Union of Myanmar

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Phramaha Natthagrit Theepungkaro

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This article has the objectives (1) to study how to continue the faith in Buddhist Buddhism in the Union of Myanmar. Found that the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Buddhism is highly unique, both symbolic and practical. "Buddhism is the core" in the social and cultural context, the social context of the state, political organization of Buddhism (2) to analyze the factors of faith in Buddhism of Buddhists in Myanmar, society, family and relationships Cultural And both cultural contexts are cultural in the dimensions of concrete and abstract Therefore, it can be said that Buddhism in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (3) is to present the pattern of ways to continue the faith in Buddhism of Myanmar of Buddhism. Myanmar has devised a plan of faith in Buddhism in the form of faith generation from generation to generation. There is a plan of respect for faith. Has a history from the past to the present And sent to the future because of the elements of the way of faith of the people, which is a backlash that promotes the delivery and driving by Buddhism to remain sustainable until the present Which eventually became the strength of Buddhism in this country that could survive in all situations, especially Buddhism in practice and education would be an important direction and trend in national development.

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