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Yet a new video making the rounds on You Tube shows Buddhist monks dressed in their traditional attire accessorized with aviator glasses and sporting wireless headphones aboard a private jet with designer luggage stowed on the seat next to them.
The video is raising more than a few eyebrows around the globe, especially among Buddhist communities who adhere to the idea that to adhere to Buddha’s teachings means not to own any objects at all.
The video, which has been viewed more than 500,000 times on You Tube, has prompted an investigation by Thailand’s National Office of Buddhism.
The monks, who are reportedly based out of the Khantitham Temple in the northeast corner of Thailand, have been warned by the director-general of the Office of National Buddhism, Nopparat Benjawatananun, not to repeat the lavish behavior, according to the Associated Press.
Nopparat said the Buddhist monks in the video were acting “inappropriately, not composed and not adhering to Buddha’s teachings of simplicity and self-restraint.” (MORE: Good Lord: In China, Christian Fundamentalists Target Tibetans) Benjawatananun added, “When Lord Buddha was alive, there wasn’t anything like this.
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