• Creator
  • Chatsuman Kabinlasing
  • Created Date
  • 1993-12
  • Description
  • The article features the life of Narin Phasit, who was known as ""Narinklung the Non-conformist"" during early 1920s. He had his two daughters ordained because he strongly believed that the Sangha (Buddhist organization) should comprise of women Buddhist priests. The author defends Narin's cause and regards him as a progressivist and feminist, rather than a non-conformist.
  • Format
  • text
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