Friday, May 17, 2019

2019 VESAK FREE PUBLICATIONS


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PENANG ISLAND
Inward Path Publisher @ Farlim, Bandar Baru Air Itam
Mettananda Vihara @ Paya Terubong
Than Hsiang Temple @ Bayan Baru
Bodhi Heart @ Mount Erskine
Mahindarama Buddhist Temple @ Taman Kampar
Dhammikarama Buddhist Temple @ Pulau Tikus
Malaysian Buddhist Meditation Centre (MBMC) @ Taman Green Lane, Jelutong
Peace House @ Ashley Green, Gelugor

SEBERANG PERAI
Vivekavana Buddhist Society @ Taman Pearl, Bukit Berapit, Bukit Mertajam
Buddhist Hermitage Centre Lunas @ Kampung Seberang Sungai, Lunas
Bukit Mertajam Buddhist Meditation Society @ Taman Sri Rambai, Bukit Mertajam

KEDAH
Kedah Buddhist Association @ Jalan Telok Wanjah, Alor Setar
Aggacara Education Centre @ Taman Serai Wangi 2, Padang Serai

KELANTAN
Kota Bharu Mettarama Meditation Centre @ Wakaf Siku, Kota Bahru

PERAK
Persatuan Buddhist Hilir Perak @ Pekan Teluk Intan
Nirodharama Meditation Centre @ Manjung, Ayer Tawar
Taiping Insight Meditation Society (TIMS) @ Taiping

SELANGOR

Subang Jaya Buddhist Association (SJBA) @ Subang Jaya
Buddhist Gem Fellowship (BGF) @ Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya
Mudita Buddhist Society @ Klang
Buddhist Wisdom Centre @ SS2, Petaling Jaya
Setia Alam Sambodhi Buddhist Association @ Setia Alam
Ariya Vihara Buddhist Society @ Bandar Sri Damansara
Thai Buddhist Chetawan Temple @ Seksyen 10, Petaling Jaya

JOHOR
Santisukharama (Kota Tinggi Buddhist Society) @ Kota Tinggi
Khemanandi Meditation Centre @ Batu Pahat
Metta Lodge Pusat Buddhist @ Johor Jaya
Citta-Sukha Meditation Centre @ Kulai
Sati Meditation Centre @ Pontian

SABAH
Sabah Vipassana Meditation Society @ Jalan Tuaran, off Taman Cempaka, Kota Kinabalu

SARAWAK
Kuching Dhamma Vijaya Buddhist Centre @ Jalan Khun Phin, off Jalan Penrissen, Kuching

SINGAPORE

Mangala Vihara @ Jalan Eunos


Saturday, February 2, 2019

UPOSATHA DAY PALI CHANTING & WISHING ALL HAPPY CHINESE LUNAR NEW YEAR 2019


The Uposatha (Sanskrit: Upavasatha) is a Buddhist day of observance, in existence from the Buddha's time (600 BCE), and still being kept today in Buddhist countries. The Buddha taught that the Uposatha day is for "the cleansing of the defiled mind," resulting in inner calm and joy. On this day, both lay and ordained members of the sangha intensify their practice, deepen their knowledge and express communal commitment through millennia-old acts of lay-monastic reciprocity. On these days, the lay followers make a conscious effort to keep the Five Precepts or (as the tradition suggests) the eight precepts. It is a day for practicing the Buddha's teachings and meditation.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

FREE DHAMMA BOOKS


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