Loading Events

Transference of Merits for the Departed

August 18, 2024 @ 7:30 pm

Idam me vo ñātinam hōtu, sukhitā hontu ñātayo​

Let this merit accrue to my/our departed relatives and may they be happy.

In the tapestry of Buddhist beliefs and practices, one thread shines brightly as a beacon of compassion and filial piety: the act of transferring merits to departed relatives.

Central to Buddhist philosophy is the concept of karma – the law of cause and effect. Actions, whether positive or negative, have consequences that reverberate throughout existence. 

Merits (punya or puñña in Pali), in Buddhist terms, refers to the positive energy generated by virtuous deeds, thoughts, and intentions. It is believed that accumulating merit contributes to one’s spiritual well-being and progression towards enlightenment.

Event Details

Our puja honoring the departed ones is a sacred ritual where we come together to pay homage to those who have passed away. Whether it’s a family member, friend, or ancestor, this puja allows us to express our love, gratitude, and respect for their presence in our lives.

 

Offerings

With these offerings,
may you and your beloved departed ones find solace and peace in the realms beyond. Wishing departed ones tranquillity, liberation, and the ultimate attainment of Nirvana

In the spirit of compassion and loving-kindness, we also offer special sponsorship opportunities for individuals who wish to make a meaningful contribution to this puja.

For more information about the offerings,
Call 603-2274 1141
Whatsapp wa.me/6011 – 2689 6123
Email info@buddhistmahavihara.org