Vajrakilaya Grand Puja March 4-9

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Vajrakilaya Grand Puja March 4-9

Post by phantom59 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:21 pm

Event : Vajrakilaya Grand Puja
Date : March 4-9
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Venue : Cartoon House
Address : 33, Jalan Putri Jaya 10, Taman Putri Jaya Batu 9,Cheras, 43200 Selangor
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Programme :
March 4 from 9 am - 1 pm
Fire Puja - Removed of Obstacles
March 5 - 9 from 9 am - 12 pm, 2 pm - 5 pm
Vajrakilaya Grand Puja

Khenpo Palden Phuntsok (aged 80 years old) and his monks from Sakya Guru Monastery
in Ghoom-Dahjeeling (oldest monastery in India where His Holiness Sakya Trizin had
stayed after leaving Tibet), are coming to visit Kuala Lumpur. There will be a 5 day
Vajrakilaya Grand Pujas for clearing of obstacles.

Khenpo Palden Phuntsok was born into this world as a Tibetan at Sakya, of the well known Surnap Family in the year 1932. He exuded great intelligence in all aspect at a very tender age. An astrologer, who had observed the kid’s exceptional quality, advised his parent that the child should enter monk hood to further develop his capabilities. At that time being able to led a monastic life was regarded as the most respected and revered activity.

So in 1939 at a very young age of eight years, he was initiated as a novice monk by H.E. Khenchen Jampal Sangpo, the chief abbot of Sakya Lhakhang Chenmo (The Great Sakya Monastery in Tibet ) and also received from him the very basic sutra vows.

He had excellent training in the grandeur of Lhakhang Chenmo. He completed his study in all aspects of ritual practices in a very short time under the tutelage of Gyatso Loph. After which he continued his studies and trainings in tantra practices such as in the deities of Hevajra,Vajrapani, Vajrakilaya and Vajrayogini. All of which were essential studies in order to become a Phentsang. During that time at Sakya, he acted as a (Gyakhod), a Discipline Master and was highly respected throughout Sakya for his excellent moral conduct.

After finishing these studies he was awarded the title Lama Phenstang, whichwas given to a special and skilful group of monks who were able to perform tantric pujas.

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