A Buddhist religious guru Buddhist Mahathir died in Bandarban

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-04-14 08:16:51

A Buddhist religious guru Buddhist Mahathir  died in Bandarban

The founder of the Bandarban Swarna Temple and Ram Jadi, the Buddhist cleric followed the great Upaniya Jyot Mahath.

Hospital authorities said he was undergoing treatment at ICU of the city's Max Hospital at around 1pm on Monday (13th April).

Born in 1955 in Bandarban's Raj family, he received his LLB (1981) and LLM (1982) degrees from Dhaka University. Later, he joined the judicial profession after passing the BCS exam in the 1983th. After being in this profession for 12 years, he joined the Prabajya / Sramana Dharma in the 1995th. Taiti became the Sub-Sampada / Monk 6 months after taking Prabajar. Since then he has concentrated on the propagation of Buddhism and built an orphanage ashram.

Buddhist religious guru Udhala established the famous Buddhist metal jadis (gold temples) and Ram jadis in Bandarban under the auspices of Vanta. He also established a Buddhist monastery in Buddha, Myanmar and Thailand in India.