(1) The Samuti Samghas stayed and performed the Samgha affairs and the dispensational affairs at the religious assembly halls which were built at the same time when the Yadanabon capital was established and the Fifth Buddhist Synod was convened during the reign of King Mindone. Some other Venerable presiding Monks and their attendants who could not stay and attend at the religious assembly hall had a permission to exist themself seperately as they appealed to perform religious affairs.
(2) The original Samuti Samghas who were called ”Sudhamma Gaing” because they performed the Samgha affairs in Sudhammar Zayatt were regarded as Synod Sects and the Sects of other separate Samghas were named according to the traditional opinion of respective regions.
(3) The Samghas of Sudhamma-Sect selected the greatest Venerable Monk (Samgharaja) starting from the reign of King Mindone to all Periods of Konbaung, Yadanabon and Colony and they managed and performed all of the Samgha Affairs with the Venerable Monks of Samghanayaka, the Venerable Monks of Vinicchaya; the Venerable Monks, Heads of Sects; the Venerable Monks, assistants of Sects.
(4) Thus before the time when Myanmar became independent, the Samgha of Sudhamma-Sect together with the head of religious Order, great head of Sect and assistants of the head of Sect performed Samgha affairs according to the disciplines lieu of Venerable presiding Monks. Also the Sects of Shwe kyin, Dwara and Hnget-twin performed the religious affairs according to the respective disciplines of their Sects and advise of their presiding Monks. After Myammar country became independent at 1949, They made Vinicchaya Act (1311) to settle the Vinicchaya cases Vinicchaya Department Act (revised) (1316) in 1955 and (Vinicchaya Department and Vinicchaya Act) were prescribed and the Samgha Vinicchaya cases were settled by Samgha Vinicchaya Committees. But above acts were not effective and failed in settling the argumentations of Samghas each other and in supervising Samghas whether they are living according to Samgha Vinicchaya disciplines. Therefore in 1965, the Revolutionary Council withdrew these acts by act (1).
(5) Then some Samgha did not practice and live according to Vinaya principles, preached Adhamma Vada instead of Buddha Dhamma Vada, doing unsuitable actions unfearfully by naming ” Mission for Sasana” near the fancing around of great Pagodas performed boldly the tasks which were not informing with Sasana, naming the propagation of Sasana, and pretending themselves as real Monks, walked round and asked for donations along quarters and towns without being ordinated in the buddhist ordination-halls.
(6) In performing all the tasks of Buddha Sasana, the Samgha Committees at all level which have to supervise Samgha each other are very important to exist as a central pillar. Therefore, according to the aggrement and permission of the meeting of cabinet ministers held on November 14, 1979, the Minister of the Ministry of Home and Religious affairs managed to hold the meeting of all Samgha Sects consisting of Samutti Samgha representatives. To prepare for the effectiveness and success of this meeting (66)Venerable executive Monks were organized as a base committe and then advicing committee.
The thesis committe which has to specify the quality and quantity and ways and means of Selecting Samutti Representative Samgha, formality Drawing Committee consisting of (20) executive Monks which has to draw formalities for settling Vinaya Dhamakan crisis cases and Sasana identity card drawing etc, were formed.
(7) Although all the Theravada Buddhist Monks in Myanmar are similar in praticing and living according to Vinaya. They exist in the respective Groups or Sects under generation of their teachers. Therefore for existing of Samgha Committee consisting of Samgha of all Samgha sects, 66-Venerable presiding Monks, by collective and mutual above and under consultation, held first meetting of all Samgha Sects for purification, stability, and propagation of Sasana starting from 10th waning of the Moon, Nayone Month, 1342 (Myanmar year), 2524 (Sasana year) to 26th May (Saturday) at Kabaaye Mahapassanna Cave, Yangon.
The Chairman of State Samgha Maha Nayaka Committee Bago Myo Ma Venerable Saranniya is declaring Admonitory Speech in the First Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha
The View of Tipitakadhara Dhamma Bhandagarika Bhaddanta Vicittasara Bhivamsa Mingun Sayadaw is speaking in respected speech in the First Meeting of All-sect of Samgha
The View of (1219) Monks who are Samgha Sammuti (Representative of Samgha) attending in the First Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha
(8) Out of 142360 Monks from 46297 monasteries of 320 townships in Myanmar Country, 1219 respresentative Sammutiya Samgha (Monks) who were selected according to ratio of number of Samgha of respective Base Township attended this meeting. Selection of Venerable Monks of State Central Working of honorary tasks for Samghas accordng to the ratio of number of Samgha base townships and Selection of State Samgha Maha Nayaka Committee were performed successfully. Similary, quarter or village Samgha Vansaung Venerable Monk (the Venerable Monks who works in the State Central Working of honorary tasks for Samgha) whose Committee were selected from quarter or village Samgha Vansaung Monks, township Samgha Vansaung Committees were selected from township Samgha Vansaung monks and Provision or State Samgha Vansaung Committees were selected from Provision or State Samgha Vansaung Monks respectively and these committees have passed over 35 years.
Tipitaka kovida Venerable Monks of Samgha Vansaung (the Venerable Monks work honorary Tasks for Samgha) Advisory Board in the First Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha
The view of The Chairman of State Samgha Maha Nayaka Committee, Venerable Dr. Bhaddanta Kumara Bhivamsa (Bhan-Maw Sayadaw) is declaring Admonitory Speech in the Fifth Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha
The view of The Associated Executive Venerable Monks who are participating in Master of ceremony in the Fifth Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha
The view of Sign by the Chairman (Venerable Monk) of the Fifth Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha
The view of holding the Fith Meeting of All-Sect of Samgha