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1932 - 2009

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Prayer for The Swift Rebirth for
    
Kyabje Drubwang Pema Norbu Rinpoche

 


   - Biography of H.H. Drubwang Pema 
     
Norbu Rinpoche    

   -
Namdroling Monastery Temple (South India)

Announcement from Namdroling Monastery

1) Practice Advice on H.H. Penor Rinpoche's Parinirvana Anniversary
2)
Official Announcement Regarding the Kudung (Holy Body) of HH Penor Rinpoche

Click here to see the above announcement from Namdroling Monastery.

 

 


The 12th Throneholder
of Palyul Lineage

His Holiness
the Fifth Karma Kuchen Rinpoche

1970 - current
 


   - Biography of H.H. Karma Kuchen Rinpoche  

   - His Holiness Karma Kuchen Rinpoche
     Long Life Prayer

 

 

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VESAK DAY CELEBRATION

One of the most important events in the year for the Buddhist community is the observance of Vesak. This is where Lord Buddha Sakyamuni’s birth, enlightenment and parinirvana all fall on the full moon of the lunar month, 13 May 2014.
 
On this day, Buddhists take part in the ceremonial bathing of the statue of baby Prince Siddhartha. A small standing statue of prince is placed in a basin of perfumed water strewn with flowers. Buddhists scoop the perfumed water with a ladle and pour it over the statue. This act of bathing symbolizes the purification of one’s unwholesome actions. Besides being a festival for rejoicing and making offerings to the Triple Gems, it is also an occasion for reflecting on our personal spiritual development.
 
Though not compulsory, many Buddhists take vegetarian meals on this day.  You are encouraged to accumulate merits on this special day by registering for this puja.


Date

Time

Program

13 May
Tue

10.00am – 12.00pm

Buddha Sakyamuni Puja & Ceremonial Bathing of Baby Prince Siddhartha

Vegetarian Lunch Gathering

Mahakala Puja

 

12.00pm – 1.30pm

2.00pm – 4.00pm


SAGA DAWA DUCHEN

Saga Dawa refers to the fourth (4th) month of the Tibetan calendar (Western calendar 29 May to 27 Jun).  According to the Tibetan calendar, it is a special month for practice and performing virtuous actions since the birth, enlightenment and parinirvana of Buddha Sakyamuni all falls on the 15th day (13 Jun 2014) which is known as Saga Dawa Duchen.

The effects of positive or negative actions are multiplied by 10 million times.  Devotees may light a lamp on this auspicious day at $10 per lamp, $10 per flower offering and/or $10 per obstacle clearance.

Date

Time

Program

13 Jun
Fri

3.00pm – 4.30pm

Mahakala Puja

Sakyamuni Buddha Puja and Oral Transmission for Sakyamuni Buddha prayer and Neton Changchub (16 Arhat)

8.00pm – 9.30pm


Please click here for registration form.



GYAZHI PUJA (Four Hundred Offerings)

Date & Time:  31 May 2014 (Saturday, 10am – 12pm, 2pm – 5pm)

Gyazhi Puja known as the Four Hundred Offering Puja from Lord Buddha Sakyamuni. All obstacles that we experienced were caused by the Four Maras. These are the Mara of Aggregate represented by yellow torma, the Mara of Heaven-Son represented by white torma, the Mara of Defilement represented by red torma and the Mara of Death represented by black torma. They symbolized the four obscurations.
 
Through making the offering, it helps to pacify the following:
1.   Offering of 100 lamps, one would have pacified the Mara of Heaven-Son and be freed of obscuration of knowledge
2.   Offering of 100 tsha-tsha, one would have pacified the Mara of Defilement and be freed of the obscuration of the five poisons
3.   Offering of 100 human form figures, one would have pacified the Mara of Aggregates and be freed of the obscuration of habitual tendencies
4.  Offering of 100 tormas, one would have pacified the Mara of Death and be freed of obscuration of karmic causes
 
Approaching to the final part of puja, these tormas accompanied by offerings will be ousted from the shrine to specified locations according to instructions. The act symbolized departure of all obscurations from you.
 
Therefore, the puja is excellent in dispelling the following:
1.        Bad omens, misfortune or bad dream
2.        Severely sick, deadly conditions or life threatening situations with no possible alternative solutions
3.        Defilement and suffering

Interested participants are requested to bring fingernail cutting, a small piece of fabric worn by the participant and strands of hair.

SHER NYING DUD DHOG (Dispelling Obstacles through Prajna Paramita)
Date & Time:  01 Jun 2014 (Sunday, 10am – 12pm, 2pm – 5pm)
 
Sher Nying Dud Dhog is known as "Dispelling Obstacles through Prajna Paramita". "Sher" means "Paramita", "Nying" means "Essence", "Dud" means "Maras" and "Dhog" means "Obstacles".
 
During the time of Sakyamuni Buddha, there was a Hariti (known as the mother of bhutas) and her five hundred sons. In order to feed her sons, she would abduct and killed the human's children. Buddha knew about it, stole one of her son and hid him under his rice bowl. She realized that one of her son was missing and went desperately throughout the universe to search for him. Finally, she went to the Buddha and pleaded for his help. The Buddha pointed out that she was suffering because she had lost one of her sons and asked if she could imagine the suffering of parents whose only child had been devoured. She replied contritely that their suffering must be many times greater than hers, and vowed not to abduct or killed the children and pleaded with Buddha to return her missing son. Hariti was also worried that without food, her sons would be hungry. Buddha knowing this, took out the leftover food from his rice bowl and gently pressed it together to form the imprint of his 5 fingers, blessed it and gave it to Hariti to release the hunger of her sons. Buddha also mentioned that he will preach the offering of "len-chang" which mean the leftover portion of the food, as an offering to Hariti and her five hundred sons and hope that they will not cause harm to the human again.

The benefits of this puja are:
1.      To reverse diseases and harms generally
2.    To remove obstacles like bad dreams, bad signs and omens
 
Interested participants are requested to bring fingernail cutting, a small piece of fabric worn by the participant and strands of hair.

Please click here for registration form.

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Tibetan Announcement

Click here for the prayers:
1. Barche Lamsel (The Prayer for Clearing Away the Obstacles from the Path)
2. Sampa Lhundrub (The Prayer for Spontaneously Accomplishing Wishes)
3. Neten Chagchoe (Homages and Offerings to the Sixteen Elderly Arhats)




【關於 成就自在貝諾法王殊勝轉世之官方聲明】

     此致 世界各地依怙主 成就自在貝瑪諾布仁波切尊者之具信弟子們:

    我等弟子心中長期盼望之事,終於有了令人歡喜、生信、愉悅的善妙結果!依怙主 成就自在貝瑪諾布仁波切尊者之轉世再來,按照大密教法之頂嚴──依怙主 賈札˙桑傑多傑金剛持──之授記,無誤地出生於鄰近《四部心滴》之伏藏聖地──雷連剎摩札、也稱為董隆剎摩札之地。東方勝者白玉蔣秋卻林(白玉祖寺)尊貴的 祖古圖滇巴桑仁波切以其覺受、淨觀,亦予以認證、確定。

    謹定西元2014年7月31日、藏曆王統紀年2141年六月初四日之佛陀轉法輪吉祥日,舉行坐床大典。

    為令此如法之美事能具足前中後三善,無有障礙,順利成就,並祈願尊貴的轉世化身仁波切聖壽堅固,在此呼籲十方弟子,盡可能地多加修習《除道障礙(巴切蘭瑟)》、《心願任運成就(桑巴倫祝)》以及〈十六羅漢頂禮供養文(內滇恰確)〉。將來若有其他必須之修法,將另行公告周知。

    南卓林寺行政辦公室 謹致 2013年12月5日






 

 

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