Sponsorship of lanterns which will be lit up on every 1st and 15th of the Chinese lunar calendar as well as on auspicious dates such as Wesak, Bodhisattva Days etc. The sponsorship is renewed annually – Suggested Donation: RM 120
Aspiration medallions (offered on Avalokiteshvara Wish Fulfilling Wall) – Suggested Donation of
RM 10 per aspiration per name .
A shrine of devotion, gratitude and recollection of compassion.
Hall of Reverence
A Shrine of devotion and recollection of the virtues and blessings of the Buddha – Siddharta Gautama.
The heart and focal point of the Sanctuary
365 Blessings a year
Annual Subscription: RM 200 (from Vesak of this year until the Vesak of the following year)
Lifetime Subscription: RM 2000
Earth Store Bodhisattva Garden
A shrine to honor and commemorate Earth Store Bodhisattva.
Earth Store Bodhisattva (Sanskrit: क्षितिगर्भ Kṣitigarbha, Chinese: 地藏; pinyin: Dìzàng; Japanese: 地蔵; rōmaji: Jizō) is a bodhisattva primarily revered in East Asian Buddhism and usually depicted as a Buddhist monk with a halo around his shaved head, he carries a staff to force open the gates of hell and a wish-fulfilling jewel to light up the darkness.
Earth Store Bodhisattva is known for his vow to take responsibility for the instruction of all beings in the six worlds between the death of Gautama Buddha and the rise of Maitreya, as well as his vow not to achieve Buddhahood until all hells are emptied.
He is therefore often regarded as the bodhisattva of hell-beings, as well as the guardian of children and patron deity of deceased children and aborted fetuses in Japanese culture, where he is known as Jizō or Ojizō-sama.
Main Patron - Suggested Donation of RM 1000 per name per slot
Remembrance medallions (offered on Remembrance Wall) – Suggested Donation of RM 10 per name
The Stupa of the Descent from Tushita Heaven (Wyl. lha bab mchod rten)
A Stupa build to commemorate the occasion of the Buddha descending from Tushita Heaven where he spent 3 months teaching the Abhidharma to his mother Queen Māyā who passed away 7 days after giving birth to the young Prince Siddharta Gautama.
Tibetan Prayer Flags
Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space that promotes peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom.
Darchog (Tibetan: "flagstaff") style Prayer Flag
95 cm x 90 cm
limited to 5 flags per design – Suggested Donation of RM 100 per flag (name of donor will be inscribed on the flag)
Guru Padmasambhava - legendary Indian Buddhist mystic who introduced Tantric Buddhism to Tibet and establishing the first Buddhist monastery.
King Gesar - This colorful flag depicts King Gesar in the center bearing his magical weapons and riding on his winged steed with promises that peace, harmony, and enlightenment will prevail.
Wish Fulfilling Horse - Also known as Lung-ta in Tibetan, the Windhorse coupled with the “Wish Fulfilling Jewel of Enlightenment” is an important symbol inscribed onto Tibetan prayer flags supposedly bringing good fortune and luck but actually have the power to influence events in nature and society.
Lung ta (horizontal) style Prayer Flag: Suggested Donation of RM 50 per flag (name of donor will be inscribed on the flag)
25 different Buddhas and Boddhisatva prayers and mantras (Sakyamuni Buddha , Medicine Buddha, Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri, Jambhala etc)