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Vinayanandabk
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Hello Friends In Dhamma, :namaste:
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Greetings Vinayanandabk,

I thought I recognised your username!

Well... for you, a belated welcome to Dhamma Wheel.

:buddha2:

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:hello:

Hi Bhante,

Welcome to Dhamma Wheel!

We are fortunate to have a few venerables, bhikkhus and mae chees here; some are currently away on Vassa.
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Welcome Vinayanandabk. I hope your studies go well and that you find something useful here.
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Welcome Bhante!
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Welcome
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Hello Bhante

Hope Dhamma wheel is as good for you as it has been for me :smile:

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Welcome, friend! :hello:

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hi
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Welcome
With metta,
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genkaku wrote:Welcome Vinayanandabk. I hope your studies go well and that you find something useful here.
:thumbsup:
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:anjali: Welcome Bhante :smile:
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appicchato wrote:
genkaku wrote:Welcome Vinayanandabk. I hope your studies go well and that you find something useful here.
:thumbsup:
Welcome back, venerable!
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Welcome Vinayanandabk! Good to have you with us on here.

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Am I missing something? There is only 1 post by Vinayanandabk, and that was in 2009...
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