Sayadaw U Ottama was a Burmese Theravada Buddhist monk, author and a leader of the Ashin Ottama studied in Calcutta for three years, until he passed the vernacular. He then travelled around India, and to France and Egypt. In January. Eventbrite – Buddhist Insights presents Everyday Nirvāna with Ashin Ottama – Tuesday, June 12, at happylucky no.1, Brooklyn, NY. Eventbrite – Buddhist Insights presents DAY Vipassanā Retreat: Lightness of Being with Ashin Ottama – Friday, June 15, | Sunday.
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According to academics; between andU Ottama spent more time in prison than outside. U Ottama is seen as both the first true martyr of Burmese nationalism and father of the modern Arakanese nationalist movement.
September Learn how and when to remove this template message. The only time he held a post was as leader of the All India Hindu Mahasabhas in Ottama was one of the first monks to enter political arena and the first person in British Burma to be imprisoned as a ottma of making a political speech, followed by a long line of nationalists such as Aung San and U Nu.
Venerable Ashin Ottama
Views Read Edit View history. An admirer of Mahatma Gandhihe did not advocate use of violence. In Burmese namesU is an honorificnot a surname. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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Retrieved from ” https: Shwezedi MonasterySittwe. YangonPegu DivisionBritish Burma.
Inhe was arrested for his infamous “Craddock, Get Out! U Ottama is seen as the first of Myanmar’s long list of political monks, who had stood up for the Burmese people in times of strife, either under colonial, democratic, socialist or military rule.
This page was last edited on 15 Julyat Repeatedly imprisoned on charges of seditionhe carried on. U Ottama died in Rangoon Hospital on 9 September He then travelled around Indiaand to France and Egypt. His monastery in Sittwe, the Shwe Zedi Kyaungcontinues to be an important focal point in the Burmese political movement—the riots were sparked when monks at the Shwe Zedi monastery began to march to the Sittwe Prison demanding the release of an activist.
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The ethnic Rakhine Arakanese monk was imprisoned several times by the British colonial government for his anti-colonialist political activities. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Paw Tun Aung assumed the religious name Ottama when he entered the Buddhist monkhood. Ashin Ottama studied in Calcutta for three years, until he passed the vernacular.