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Dhammakaya Centre
Singapore
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Dhammakaya Centre
Singapore
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Bathing of Buddha

DCS Level1

During Vesak, we bath the Buddha to commemorate the Buddha’s birth and express our gratitude to the Buddha. While doing so, we remind ourselves of the need to practice according to the Buddha’s teachings, purify our mind, rid ourselves of our inner defilements, let go of our ego, be at ease in body and mind …

Offer Light to Buddha Relics

DCS Level1

Buddha Relics are the physical remains from the cremation of the Lord Buddha's holy body. They are presented in tiny pearl-like crystals. Thus, seeing His Relics is like paying Homage to the Buddha Himself. The Buddha Relics are the symbols of excellent qualities and the characteristics of the Enlightened One. They also signify that the …

Offer Dhammakaya Buddha

DCS Level1

On the auspicious Vesak Day, DCS offers a rare opportunity for all to offer a Dhammakaya Buddha Statue. This offering is akin to donors paying homage to the Buddha with 32 Great Man Signs. This act is revered by both humans and celestials. The Dhammakaya symbolizes the purest of all the virtues that help to …

Offer Lotus to Buddha

DCS Level2

Vesak is one of the most important day to Buddhist all around the world. It is a day to commemorate Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and Parinibbana. It is also a time to reflect on his teachings and what it means to be Buddhist. One of the ways of paying our utmost respect and gratitude to the …

Offer Requisites

DCS Level2

Offering requisites is one of the most cherished practice observed by Buddhists. It is to support Buddhist Monks residing in the community, for them to learn and practice the Dhamma without worrying about their subsistence. The requisites i.e., food, clothing, shelter and medicines, are what the laities can offer as a practical way of expressing …

Emboss Gold Leaf

DCS Level2

Affixing thin foils of gold, known as gold leaf to Buddha Statues is a way of paying our utmost respect to the Buddha. This meritorious act preserves the Buddha statues so these statues last for a long time. Gold is a pure and precious commodity which makes this act of respect both noble and special. …

Ten Parami Wishing Well

DCS Level2

Ten Parami Wishing Well In Buddhism, Parami means perfection or completeness of a virtue. There are ten Parami in Buddhism, 1.Dana parami: generosity, giving of oneself 2.Sila parami: virtue, morality 3.Nekkhamma parami: renunciation 4.Panha parami: wisdom, insight 5.Viriya parami: effort, diligence 6.Khanti parami: patience, tolerance 7.Sacca parami: truthfulness, honesty 8.Adhitthana parami: determination, resolution 9.Metta parami: …