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Burma (Myanmar) travel guide
Golden Path - a travel guide for Dhamma travellers in Myanmar, Burma - was started in April 2013. It is the purpose of this volume to make the Golden Land more open to those seeking and meditating who have the noblest intent of developing in Dhamma. The five sections of "Planning & Logistics" were published in May 2015 and the five sections of Part 2 are almost over.
Besides the introductory section, other sections are published which contain information on the following places: It includes details of the places where Ledi Sayadaw, Webu Sayadaw and Saya Thet Gyi used to live and practice (along with innumerable other convents and pagodas) so that meditation practitioners can more readily gain direct contact with these important places while appreciating their meaning and past.
Four of the 14 sections of the volume are finished and published as a free, print-ready eBook. When you have such experiences and are ready to participate in our projects, please let us know and help us speed up the publication of Part 2! Although not so critically, there are other voluntary parts we are glad to help with.
At first on the playlist would be someone with the skills to create cards, even performers who are able to copy from cards, so that meditation practitioners can find the places we describe more readily. At the top of our shortlist is also anyone with expertise in design/layout who has an esthetic backdrop to prepare our text for the designers.
We also welcome all those who wish to draw/sketch, as well as all those who are willing to contribute photographs from their Golden Land days. When you have been to Burma/Myanmar and have a history to tell, please let us know, or if you plan to have some spare moment, let us know, because there is always help and needs on the spot.
Next, someone with write or edit skills who can act as a binary styles editor/author. This character will help bring new footage from different resources into a consistent mixture with shwe lan text and monitor the entire stream of the work. Volunteers have worked on the text of Part 1 and please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you would like to help with the work.
If you have any other skills or just a little bit of spare minute, let us know! photos in Burma. We' re particularly interested in photographic collection from over 20 years of visitors and all those with photographic expertise. Tales and anecdotes from visiting Burma (sharing without ascription is okay).
Dana: You can make a contribution to pay the fundamental cost of the scheme using the following formula. If you are interested in assisting us, please do not hesitate to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can watch our work on Facebook at www.facebook.com/burmagoldenpath. Most of the participants are volunteers, and the finished PDF files are available to everyone.