Monday, August 29, 2016

The Buddha's relics to go on display (L.A.)

Lu Mountain Temple (; Dhr. Seven, CC Liu, Wisdom Quarterly
(Relics Tour) A larger collection of  Buddhist relics (shariras) than the Tibetan collection that toured the world will go on display in Los Angeles at Lu Mountain Temple.

Master YongHua shows relics in crystal containers to devotees in Rosemead, CA (MS)
Ancient stupa with arhat relics protected by devas and devotees, oil candles and Milky Way light, Kamphaeng Phet Park, Thailand (Pakphipat Charoenrach/
The MahaStupa Project
Wat Phra That Luang, Laos (Bugphai)
The "10,000 Relics Collection" is intended for the benefit of all beings. So Bodhi Light International has launched the Maha Stupa Project to build a stupa (sacred Buddhist reliquary/burial mound) complex for the protection and preservation of these sacred artifacts. The Maha Stupa serves as a major monument to Mahayana Buddhism in Southern California.

Experience the Healing Energy of Buddha’s Relics
The next display of the 10,000 Buddha Relics Collection will take place from Friday, September 2, 2016 through Monday, September 5, 2016 at Lu Mountain Temple in the City of Rosemead, San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles County. Read more for detailed showing schedule.

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