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The Pilgrim Kamanita - Read by Ajahn Amaro

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

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The Pilgrim Kamanita - Read by Ajahn Amaro
The Pilgrim Kamanita - Read by Ajahn Amaro

The Pilgrim Kamanita - Read by Ajahn Amaro

Amaravati Buddhist Monastery

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These are the latest Dhamma Talks given mainly in the Amaravati Temple during the Wan Phras (moon/observance days). These talks include those given during the Winter Retreat, Rains / Vassa retreat and the rest of the year. A complete audio library can be found on https://www.amaravati.org/teachings/audio

Latest Episodes

Chapter 13 – The Companion of Success

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

14 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 13 – The Companion of Success

Chapter 12 – The Grave of the Holy Vajashravas

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

12 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 12 – The Grave of the Holy Vajashravas

Chapter 11 – The Elephant’s Trunk

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

10 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 11 – The Elephant’s Trunk

Chapter 10 – Esoteric Doctrine

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

10 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 10 – Esoteric Doctrine

Chapter 09 – Under the Constellation of the Robbers

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

15 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 09 – Under the Constellation of the Robbers

Chapter 08 – The Paradise Bud

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

8 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 08 – The Paradise Bud

Chapter 07 – In the Ravine

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

7 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 07 – In the Ravine

Chapter 06 – On the Terrace of the Sorrowless

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

17 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 06 – On the Terrace of the Sorrowless

Chapter 05 – The Magic Potrait

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

8 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 05 – The Magic Potrait

Chapter 30 – To Be Born is to Die

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

5 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 30 – To Be Born is to Die

Latest Episodes

Chapter 13 – The Companion of Success

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

14 MIN2014 OCT 11
Comments
Chapter 13 – The Companion of Success

Chapter 12 – The Grave of the Holy Vajashravas

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

12 MIN2014 OCT 11
Comments
Chapter 12 – The Grave of the Holy Vajashravas

Chapter 11 – The Elephant’s Trunk

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

10 MIN2014 OCT 11
Comments
Chapter 11 – The Elephant’s Trunk

Chapter 10 – Esoteric Doctrine

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

10 MIN2014 OCT 11
Comments
Chapter 10 – Esoteric Doctrine

Chapter 09 – Under the Constellation of the Robbers

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

15 MIN2014 OCT 11
Comments
Chapter 09 – Under the Constellation of the Robbers

Chapter 08 – The Paradise Bud

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

8 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 08 – The Paradise Bud

Chapter 07 – In the Ravine

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

7 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 07 – In the Ravine

Chapter 06 – On the Terrace of the Sorrowless

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

17 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 06 – On the Terrace of the Sorrowless

Chapter 05 – The Magic Potrait

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

8 MIN2014 OCT 11
Comments
Chapter 05 – The Magic Potrait

Chapter 30 – To Be Born is to Die

The Pilgrim Kamanita is about the journey of Kamanita, an Indian merchant's son, from earthly prosperity and youthful romance, to his meeting with a unfamiliar monk, who actually is Gotama Buddha. The Pilgrim Kamanita was published in German in 1906 by Karl Gjellerup. The print version was edited and published by Ajahn Amaro, and offered in dedication when the Amaravati Temple was formally opened in 1999. This is the audiobook version read by Ajahn Amaro; it was originally created principally for his blind mother so that she could enjoy the story too.

5 MIN2014 OCT 11
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Chapter 30 – To Be Born is to Die