With all this talk about the Grand Setrap and Dzambala Puja (GSDP), do you know why the puja has been organised? Chairman of the Organising Committee, Liaison Paul Yap, explained to Nanyang Siang Pau that GSDP was organised for Malaysians to connect with the Buddhas. Both practices are entirely authentic – Dzambala’s practice is very popular in Malaysia, and Setrap’s practice was brought from Gaden Shartse Monastery to Malaysia by His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche. As the wrathful emanation of Buddha Amitabha, Setrap has a particular affinity to Malaysians.
The article about GSDP is accompanied by a write-up on malas. Click the image below to read about the purpose and benefits of using a mala, and how this is linked to GSDP, and inner spiritual growth!
For more information about this year’s Grand Setrap and Dzambala Puja, please visit their website. Alternatively, you can contact the Kechara House Administration at email@example.com or +603 7803 3908.