A website dedicated to the discourses made by The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero
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A great sage, born in ancient India known as “Gautama Buddha” often referred to as “Buddha” discovered “Pristine Dhamma” (Buddhism).

Pristine Dhamma, the original teaching of the Buddha owns a historical inheritance of nearly 2600 years and it is purely a way of living only to be understood with one’s own wisdom. Today, this teaching has been turned into a book knowledge based subject known as Buddhism where it is practiced as worship, rituals, chanting and wishing. This teaching is also now practised as a livelihood aimed at gaining worldly pleasures, fame, praise and popularity.  Consequently in an era as this where the original teaching of Buddha has been layered by traditional and cultural influences making it difficult to understand, The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero, through his personal and practical experiences is shining the light to Pristine Dhamma once again.

Living in seclusion since 1990, practising and investigating the teaching of the Buddha under the guidance of self-experienced, skillful,  and noble teachers The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero, owing to his persistent practise is fortunate to attain the supreme bliss of Nibbana (the highest state of perfect happiness and peacefulness and a state of mind which could only be self-experienced by walking the path).

Four Noble Truths, Dukkha (There is no permanent happiness in this world), Samudhaya (The cause for dukkha is attachment to desires), Nirodha (Liberation from dukkha), Magga (The path to liberate from Dukkha) is an extremely delicate reality  impossible to be perceived by the external senses such as eyes, ears, nose, tongue, body and mind and that these Four Noble Truths rest within one’s own self. Henceforth, in keeping to the words of the supreme Buddha, The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero who practises what he preaches and preaches what he practises, imparts a captivating guidance to his followers.  

Arahath Thero addresses all human beings with no discrimination to race, creed, cast or any social status.

The foundation of Buddha's teaching is kindness and compassion towards not only human beings but also towards flora, fauna and all living beings in the universe  is also the foundation and one of the many highlights of the discourses expounded by The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero.

In the year 2006, Arahath came forward to address the wise seekers of the pure teaching of the Buddha and four of his main discourses were broadcasted on the Kandurata FM Radio station of Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC) which caused a stir in the traditional Buddhist community.

Breaking a long silence of 10 years, in 2016 at the Mahaweli Centre in Colombo Sri Lanka, The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero in response to the question “Does the government need a religion?”  addressed the nation with a convincing and a mind awakening discussion. Subsequently, with Arahath's appearance in a live program called “Pathikada” broadcasted by Sirasa TV Sri Lanka on 09th February 2016 have brought about a positive change in the thinking capacity of the society.

Speaking directly to the hearts of people with a mind awakening call through various frontages of the society, The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero is attempting to bring about a society rooted in the teaching of the Buddha, established in high moral standards and thereby catering goodwill to all universal beings and bringing forth a civilised human community.



The journey of a great noble sage of our era


"A truly an inspirational and spiritual journey of a Great Noble Sage of our era Part-01."
(Please note the recorded Dhamma discussion below contains questions which were directly asked from The Great Noble Sage The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero. The Dhamma discussion is in the Sinhala Language and it was recorded with the Great Arahant's permission on the 06th of May, 2018.)

"A truly an inspirational and spiritual journey of a Great Noble Sage of our era Part-02."
(How to find and identify The Noble Teacher)"
(Please note the recorded Dhamma discussion below contains questions which were directly asked from The Great Noble Sage The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero. The Dhamma discussion is in the Sinhala Language and it was recorded on the 06th October 2018. In this recorded Dhamma discussion with the Noble Sage, he explains the vital importance of finding and identifying the correct Noble teachers, those who have gone forth in Noble Dhamma path in order for the guidance required for those who wish to progress in Dhamma path. The Noble Sage has also included his very own experiences in this discussion.)

"A truly an inspirational and spiritual journey of a Great Noble Sage of our era Part-03."
(Renunciation of lay attachments when progressing on the Noble Dhamma Path)"
(Please note the recorded Dhamma discussion below contains questions which were directly asked from The Great Noble Sage The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero. The Dhamma discussion is in the Sinhala Language and it was recorded on the 06th October 2018. In this recorded Dhamma discussion with the Noble Sage, here he explains how one who wishes to go forth and progress on the Noble Dhamma Path will renunciate his or her lay attachments with the mundane world through awareness. The Noble Sage has also included his very own experiences in these discussions.)

"A truly an inspirational and spiritual journey of a Great Noble Sage of our era Part-04."
(Experiences in facing the challenges of the rigid, isolated forest-dwelling Noble Dhamma Path of Practice as a young layman)."
(Please note the recorded Dhamma discussion below contains questions which were directly asked from The Great Noble Sage The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero. The Dhamma discussion is in the Sinhala Language and it was recorded on the 07th November 2018. In this recorded Dhamma discussion the Great Noble Sage, explains how he experienced the challenges of facing the hardships in acclimatizing himself into the rigid and isolated forest-dwelling noble path of practice, being a young layman who was living a far more comfortable and a luxurious lifestyle, all the while seeking the proper guidance required from the Noble teachers who had gone forth.)

"A truly an inspirational and spiritual journey of a Great Noble Sage of our era Part-05."
(Significant events, facing challenges that were to hinder his spiritual development progress and how he overcame them all.)

(Please note the recorded Dhamma discussion below contains questions which were directly asked from The Great Noble Sage The Most Venerable Maha Arahant Mahanuwara Wajirabuddhi Thero. The Dhamma discussion is in the Sinhala Language and it was recorded on the 07th November 2018. In this recorded Dhamma discussion the Great Noble Sage, explains certain significant events that occurred during his life as a layman in the forest-dwelling path of Practice whilst seeking guidance from Noble teachers who had gone forth. Also, the Noble Sage explains how he faced challenges that were to hinder his spiritual development progress on the Noble Dhamma path and how he overcame them.)