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Pinkama: The Remembrance Day,

Updated: Aug 27, 2021

Saturday, 28th July 2018

On the second Sunday of January every year the centre organises a special ceremony remembering departed loved ones and ancestors known as ‘Pinkama’ or ‘Dhakkhinanupadana’. It is a ceremony of merit-making and transfering to our loved ones a comfortable departure and well-being in their new destination.

One of the important factors for success in life is that everyone needs support from family and friends so this practice, Pinkama, is to express appreciation of our supporters and ancestors who have done so much for us.

Therefore, the centre introduced this ceremony of 'Remembrance Day' to show our appreciation towards all those family members, friends or husband and wife, who have passed away.

One can bring pictures for the ceremony. The ceremony is simply to dedicate our merits to the departed for their benefit and happiness.

“May the protective power of the Triple Gem; the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Sangha, bring you long life, good health, happiness, strength, and wisdom. May all your moral wishes be fulfilled, enjoying harmony and a prosperous life.”

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