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Dharma Service – Ullambana Festival

August 12 - August 13

The Origin and Meaning of Ullambana and Making Offerings to Sangha Ullambana is for Buddhist laity to offer a meal to the Buddha and the Sangha as an act of reverence. The practice of Sangha offering has the power to transform and deliver all sentient beings. The merits thus acquired could liberate the deceased from the three suffering realms and allow the living to enjoy a life of abundance, good fortune and longevity. Therefore, by observing the practice of Ullambana Sangha Offering, all Buddhists can deliver their parents from the miseries of the three suffering realms.

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Start:
August 12
End:
August 13
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Organizer

Mahayana Temple
Phone:
+2129258787
Email:
info@mahayana.us
Website:
www.mahayana.us

Venue

Mahayana Temple City Campus
133 Canal Street
New York, NY 10002 United States
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Phone:
212-925-8787
Website:
www.mahayana.us

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8:30am - 5:30pm EST
Every Day

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