Synonymous with ‘Pindacāra’. Can be used in conjunction with it.


8 November 2012

Sixth Monthly Pindacāra

3 November 2012

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10 October 2012

Pindacāra – A Buddhist Heritage

6 October 2012

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4 September 2012

Giving with Understanding

1 September 2012

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29 August 2012

Pindacāra – Going on Alms-round

What is Pindacāra?

Pindacāra, the practice of collecting alms-food, is observed by Theravada Buddhist monks who have gone forth from ‘home-life’ to ‘homelessness’. A Buddhist monk is known in Pāli Language as a ‘bhikkhu’ – meaning ‘one who lives on alms’.

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11 August 2012

Wholesome Giving during Pindacāra (Alms-round)

4 August 2012

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3 June 2012

Joyful Pindacāra (Alms round)

2 June 2012

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12 January 2012

Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day

17-18 December 2011

Pindapata (alms-round)

Pindacara – Monks going on their alms-round.

It was a special event to commemorate a most special teacher. The “Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day” which was held over the weekend of 17-18 December at SJK (C) Yuk Chai in Petaling Jaya, drew hundreds of devotees to pay homage to the great Buddhist meditation master.

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