Wesak | throwback

Wesak are the most important day to Buddhist devotees to commemorates the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautama Buddha. During that day the devotees will go to a temple on the early morning to pay homage to the Buddha. Usually they will started with singing the hymns in praise of the holy triple gem: The Buddha, The Dharma and The Sangha or The Sutra’s. The devotees my bring simple offering such as flowers, joysticks and candles to honor their teacher and they also praise to Buddha that symbolized by the bathing Buddha and the Bodhi trees.

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