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A former musician with the Australian band Martha's Vineyard, Sujato became a monk in 1994. He took higher ordination in Thailand and lived there for years before returning to Australia. He spent several years at Bodhinyana Monastery in Western Australia before going on to found Santi Forest Monastery in 2003. He now resides in Taiwan.
Sujato co-founded the Buddhist website SuttaCentral along with Rod Bucknell and John Kelly for which he translated the four Nikāyas of the Pali Canon. He is involved with Engaged Buddhism.
Bhante Sujato along with his teacher Ajahn Brahm were involved with Re-establishing Bhikkhuni Ordination in the Forest sangha of Ajahn Chah. Sujato along with other scholars such as Brahm and Bhikkhu Analayo had come to the conclusion that there was no valid reason the extinct bhikkhuni order couldn't be re-established. The ordination ceremony led to Brahm's expulsion from the Thai Forest Lineage of Ajahn Chah.
- Sujato, Bhante (2012), A History of Mindfulness (PDF), Santipada, ISBN 9781921842108
- Sujato, Bhante (2012), A Swift Pair of Messengers: Calm with Insight in the Buddha’s Words, Santipada, ISBN 9781921842023
- Sujato, Bhante (2012), Sects & Sectarianism: The Origins of Buddhist Schools, Santipada, ISBN 9781921842085
- Sujato, Bhante (2012), Bhikkhuni Vinaya Studies: Research and Reflections on Monastic Discipline for Buddhist Nuns, Santipada, ISBN 9781921842146
- Sujato, Bhante (2012), White Bones Red Rot Black Snakes (PDF), Santipada, ISBN 9781921842030
- Sujato, Bhante; Brahmali, Bhikkhu (2015), The Authenticity of the Early Buddhist Texts (PDF), Chroniker Press, ISBN 9781312911505
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- "Bhante Sujato: "Translating a 2500 year-old Sacred Text for a Modern Audience"". Ho Center for Buddhist Studies. October 29, 2019. Retrieved September 7, 2019.
- Thanissara; Cintamani; Jitindriya (August 25, 2010). "The Time Has Come". Lion's Roar. Retrieved September 8, 2019.
- Analayo, Bhikkhu (2013). "The Revival of the Bhikkhunī Order and the Decline of the Sāsana" (PDF). The Journal of Buddhist Ethics. 20. ISSN 1076-9005.
- Sujato, Ajahn. "Bhikkhuni Ordination". Buddhist Society of Western Australia. Retrieved September 8, 2019.