Vesak Day 

Visakhapuja Day…  The Victory Day of Lord Buddha.

Significance of Vesak Day

Vesak Day is the most significant day of the Buddhist calendar. It usually falls in May, on the 15th day of the fourth month of the  Lunar Calendar.

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Power Of Meditation

Meditation can also help us to understand our own mind. We can learn how to transform our mind from negative to positive, from disturbed to peaceful, from unhappy to happy.

A Public Holiday on Vesak Day

The decision to agree to celebrate Vesak Day as the Buddha’s birthday was formalized at the first Conference of the World Fellowship of Buddhists held in Sri Lanka in 1950, although festivals at this time in the Buddhist world are a centuries-old tradition. The Resolution that was adopted at the World Conference reads as follows:
That this Conference of the World Fellowship of Buddhists, while recording its appreciation of the gracious act of His Majesty, the Maharaja of Nepal in making the full-moon day of Vesak or the fist full-moon of Taurus a Public Holiday in Nepal, earnestly requests the Heads of Governments of all countries in which large or small number of Buddhists are to be found, to take steps to make Vesak a Public Holiday in honour of the Buddha, who is universally acclaimed as one of the greatest benefactors of Humanity. ”
– DCS
Dhammakaya Centre Singapore

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When I calm my mind, I could see the origins of problems easily.

–Andrew Lim

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Meditation trains our mind to open up to others, it comes to the point that we only want to share and love unconditionally.

–Lau Kim Kiow

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Meditation benefits not only your mind, but also your body and soul.It has numerous advantages that would take a whole book to write about.

Veak Event Location

ADDRESS: Open Field Punggol Mrt
PHONE: 6926 2072

Dhammakaya Centre Singapore

ADDRESS: 6 Sumang Walk Punggol 828675
PHONE: 6926 2072