Ka-hti-na robe offering event on October 29, 2017

We are going to celebrate Ka-hti-na robe offering event on October 29, 2017.

Our main donor for the celebration is New World Printing and Family in the memory of their late beloved father, U Maung Tin (Also Known As) Mr. Ko You Chwan.

As you know that the Buddha allows only members of the Sangha who have stayed at one particular place during the whole three months of Buddhist lent to receive donation of robes. Celebration of Ka-hti-na robe offering ceremony can be observed only once at one particular monastery within one-month period from full-moon day of Tha-din-gyut to full-moon day of Da-zaung-mone.

At the same time, we, laymen will get special opportunities by donating alms, robes and other useful items for the Sangha for wholesome merit. There will be two trees on which some paper money bills and toiletries for the seven members of Sangha will be hung up. All of you and your loved ones are welcome to participate in hanging them up on the trees happily.

Place: Manawmaya Theravada Buddhist Society (MTBS)

13260 108th Ave Surrey BC

(604) 951-9054

11:00 a.m. –   Offering lunch to seven members of the Sangha (Sayadaws)

11:05 a.m. –   Offering lunch to all attendees

12:30 p.m. –   Taking five precepts

12:35 p.m. –   Listening to the Sangha’s chanting prayers of Suttas for our protection

12:45 p.m. –   Offering Ka-hti-na robes to the members of the Sangha

1:00 p.m.   –   Listening to resident Sayadaw’s dhamma talk

2:00 p.m.   –   Announcement (if any)

Foods for both body and mind are free-of-charge.

There are many opportunities for you to get wholesome merit (Kuso):

  1. by attending the event and listening to the Dhamma talk;
  2. by bringing a small dish for the members of the Sangha’s lunch;
  3. by helping cooking volunteers one day before and/or
  4. by laying the tables and chairs for all attendees and well-wishers one day before the event, taking them down and doing clean-up after the event.

There will be more parking spots available inside the next door compound on the 108th Ave.

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