Ring of Fire, Myanmar  by Lisa Kristine

Ring of Fire, Myanmar 

"Burma presently has a population of approximately thirty million with an overwhelming majority (75%) of Theravada Buddhists. The Sangha census held in 1980 show 300,000 males wearing the Buddhist robes of a monk (bhikkhu) or a novice (samanera), and approximately 30,000 females in robes, that is, Buddhist nuns referred to as sila-rhan (pronounced thila-shin, meaning "owners of virtue"). 
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