Ajaan Maha Boowa
Venerable Ajaan Mahā Boowa (born August 12, 1913 and com- monly known in Thai as Luangta Maha Boowa) is the common name for Phra Dharma Visuthimongkol, a revered Thai Buddhist monk. “Ajaan” (or “Acharn”), meaning “teacher,” is the common title for Thai monks, similar to “Bhikkhu” or “Rishi” in other Buddhist tradi- tions. Ajaan Mahā Boowa is one of the best known Thai Buddhist monks of the late Twentieth and early Twenty-first centuries. He is widely regarded as an Arahant—a living Buddhist saint. He was a disciple of the esteemed forest master Ajaan Mun Bhūridatta, and is now himself considered a master in the Thai Forest Tradition.
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