Enriching study trip for Teenage Dhamma School students

Enriching study trip for Teenage Dhamma School students

Students and facilitators at the Buddhist Maha Vihara.

On Sunday 16 June, 50 facilitators and students from Nalanda Dhamma School embarked on a study trip to Buddhist Maha Vihara and Sin Sze Si Ya Temple Pioneers of Kuala Lumpur Museum, to deepen their understanding of Buddhist heritage and Kuala Lumpur’s history.

At the Buddhist Maha Vihara, students toured the 130-year old temple, learning about its history and architecture.  In the offering of meal dana to Sangha members, they honed their mindfulness and respect for Buddhist traditions.  Adjourning to Sin Sze Si Ya Temple Museum, the vibrant exhibitions and detailed explanations captivated students as they studied the temple’s significance and the contributions of Chinese pioneers to the early development of Kuala Lumpur.

Circumambulating the stupa dedicated to Ven. K. Sri Dhammananda to pay our respects.

Offering of robes and requisites on behalf of Nalanda Dhamma School.

Happy learning with good friends at Sin Sze Si Ya Temple Museum.

Sis. Nandini Tan give students some advice before they started their trip.

A guided tour around the Buddhist Maha Vihara.

We extend our gratitude to the Dhamma School for organising this enriching educational trip. It not only expanded the students’ understanding of Buddhism but also instilled a sense of appreciation for Malaysia’s rich and diverse heritage.  Sadhu!

Offering to the meal dana to venerable members of the Sangha.

Completing their activity to enhance their learning.

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