Wesak Day

commemorates the birth,
the enlightenment,
and the passing away of Lord Buddha

Every year, millions of people around the world come together to celebrate Wesak, also known as Vesak or Buddha Day.  Wesak is not only a time for Buddhists to honor the life and teachings of the Buddha but also an occasion for people of various backgrounds to reflect on the universal values of enlightenment, compassion, and inner peace.

Wesak holds profound significance in Buddhism as it marks three key events in the life of Siddhartha Gautama, who later became known as the Buddha. Firstly, it commemorates his birth in Lumbini, Nepal, over 2,500 years ago. Secondly, it celebrates his enlightenment, which occurred when he meditated under the Bodhi tree and attained Nirvana.  Lastly, Wesak also commemorates the Buddha’s death, as he achieved parinirvana at the age of 80, passing into final liberation from the cycle of birth and death.

At Buddhist Maha Vihara

Event Details


Special Wesak prayers │Blood Donation Campaign │Wesak Float Procession │Free Food & Drinks Distribution │ 8- precept programme │ Wesak bazaar │ Wesak offerings & More

Wesak Eve Programme

Wesak Day Programme

Wesak Offerings

Throughout the day, devotees have the opportunity to receive blessings from the monks, who offer prayers for peace, prosperity, and well-being.

The oil Lamp and candle light sponsorship allows devotees to make offerings of light, symbolizing the dispelling of darkness and the illumination of wisdom.

Wesak Lanterns (Ata-pattama)

from RM 188/- to RM 388/-

Flower bouquets for Float

only RM 888/-

10-DAYS Dana for Monks

only RM 100/-

Candle Lighting

Giant Pineapple candle │ RM 150/-
Giant Lotus candle │ RM 80/-
Small Pineapple candle │RM 80/-
1-DAY Oil lamp │ RM 20/-

For more information about our wesak offerings,
call 603-2274 1141 or whatsapp wa.me/601128696123 

Observe the 8 Precepts Programme on Wesak

To participate: