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Monk San began his monastic life very early age. He knew this was his path when he was five-year-old. After his primary monastic education, he completed his higher education at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. Then he became a teacher and taught different subjects at the International Bhikkhu (monks) Training Center. In 2006, Most Venerable Bhante Sujatha was visiting Sri Lanka and heard Monk San was looking for a change. After few conversations with Bhante Sujatha, Monk San decided to come to the United States. He resided in Michigan Great Lakes Buddhist Vihara for few months and then joined Most Venerable Bhante Sujatha in his effort to build the Buddhist community in Woodstock, IL. He served there almost six years and then moved to Florida to finish his education. Currently he is a resident monk at the Serenity Buddhist Meditation Center and teach Dhamma under the guidance of Most Venerable Bhante Sujatha and Bhante Chan.

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Monk San began his monastic life very early age. He knew this was his path when he was five-year-old. After his primary monastic education, he completed his higher education at the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. Then he became a teacher and taught different subjects at the International Bhikkhu (monks) Training Center. In 2006, Most Venerable Bhante Sujatha was visiting Sri Lanka and heard Monk San was looking for a change. After few conversations with Bhante Sujatha, Monk San decided to come to the United States. He resided in Michigan Great Lakes Buddhist Vihara for few months and then joined Most Venerable Bhante Sujatha in his effort to build the Buddhist community in Woodstock, IL. He served there almost six years and then moved to Florida to finish his education. Currently he is a resident monk at the Serenity Buddhist Meditation Center and teach Dhamma under the guidance of Most Venerable Bhante Sujatha and Bhante Chan.

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