We remember the twenty-eight Buddhas who preceded Gautama Buddha and recite stanzas recalling their virtues. Two offerings are made to each Buddha. One is a Atapirikara and the other a tray of offerings (Gilanpasa) consisting of flowers, a candle, gilanpasa and chatumadura.
Dayakathwaya for each of the two offerings as follows.
● Donation of $100.00 for ATAPIRIKARA
● Donation of $50.00 for Gilanpasa offerings tray
Offering an ATAPIRIKARA is considered as one of the Ata Maha Kusal (Eight most efficacious merits). Besides, Offering ATAPIRIKARA comes second in this list of Eight Most Efficacious or Noble Merits.
Much merit is gained when we make these offerings at a Atavisi Buddha Pooja.
The ATAPIRIKARA and GILANPASA offerings will be provided by us to you to offer on that day (You also can assign someone else to offer on behalf of you),
Please contact Champa Kulasekara (0405 718 248) or Jayanthi Gamage (0424 453 674) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
On 9th January 2022, Atavisi Buddha Pooja will start at 5.30pm (5.30pm to 6.15pm). So, please be at the temple by 5:15pm.
Pirith chanting will start at 6.45pm and will continue.
All the proceedings will go to the upkeep of the Temple.
You are all kindly invited to participate at this annual event welcoming prosperous and successful New Year 2022.
Link for the lists:
Atavisi Buddha Puja New Year.pdf
- Please note:
All visitors to our Temple must sign-in using the paper registers, or scan the QR codes (posted in public areas) with the SafeWA COVID tracing app for smartphones. This is due to the WA government’s requirements for contact tracing at public venues, including places of worship. For government guidelines (for any COVID outbreaks) please see the WA Government website. Due to the uncertainty of COVID-19 outbreaks, we will do our best to keep the website updated. Please check regularly for the latest information on our events for any last-minute changes or cancellations.
Due to the uncertainty of COVID-19 outbreaks, all visitors are kindly requested to follow below guidelines to stay safe and protect the Temple being a hotspot or listed under exposure sites.
For the safety of Monks, all other visitors to the Temple and to avoid unnecessary fines, we kindly request you to follow below guidelines.
- Wear a mask within Temple premises.
- Keep and maintain social distance.
- Continue registering contact details – the SafeWA app is an efficient and safe way to do this.
- Avoid visiting the Temple if you or a family member begin to feel unwell or develop symptoms.
- Ensure you are vaccinated against COVID-19, and get your third dose if you are eligible.
- Keep checking the list of exposure sites and follow the testing and isolation advice if you have visited an exposure site.
- Get tested for COVID-19 if you begin to feel unwell or develop symptoms.
- Please do not visit the Temple:
- If you have returned from overseas in the last 14 days
- If you have been informed that you are a close contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
- If you have symptoms, including: fever, recent history of fever, symptoms of acute respiratory infection (e.g. shortness of breath, cough, sore throat, loss of smell or taste)
As you are aware our Temple is monitored by CCTV camera.
IF the Temple is classed as an exposure site, we may have to produce CCTV recordings for further investigations upon request.
The Temple will be closed from 9pm to 6am daily.
SLSBS committee is requesting you to adhere above as Committee cannot take any other steps to control visitors or to bear the responsibility.
Thank you for your understanding and support to keep our temple safe.