First ‘Pindacāra’ at Seri Kembangan in 2015

Traders and market-goers happily waiting in-line at the ‘Pindacāra’ route to offer alms to the monks.

On Saturday 17 January, Nalandians, volunteers and supporters were joyfully setting up the venue to welcome the first ‘Pindacāra’ (alms-round) at Seri Kembangan market in 2015.  Two venerable monks from Sri Lanka Buddhist Temple, Sentul were invited to partake in the alms-round.  Traders and market-goers were happily waiting in-line at the ‘Pindacāra’ route, to offer cooked food to the monks.  The venerable monks conducted blessings for devotees and volunteers to conclude the alms-round.

A mother teaching her children to do meritorious deeds from young.

We would like to thank all devotees, volunteers and supporters who have contributed alms and services to ensure a meaningful ‘Pindacāra’. We rejoice over your wholesome deeds and may the merits accrued be shared with all beings. Sadhu anumodana!

The venerable monks conducted blessings for devotees and volunteers after the ‘Pindacāra’.