Dzambala Puja

25 June 2009 - 8:53pm Comments Off Contribute Now

Historically, Dzambala was a student of the historical Shakyamuni Buddha. The Buddha had a cousin by the name of Devadatta, who was jealous of him and plotted to kill him. In one attempt, Devadatta pushed down large boulders from the top of a cliff to the Buddha and his students who were walking down hill. Dzambala ran forward to protect the Buddha from the falling boulders and stopped them with his body. He incurred a head injury in the process.

Buddha extended his hand and nectar poured from the Buddha’s hand onto Dzambala’s head healing him in the process. When Dzambala awoke, he thanked the Buddha for healing him. The Buddha then said to Dzambala, “In the future, when people do your practice and pour water on you as I have done, you shall help to alleviate people’s poverty.“

Drawing upon the rich energies of Dzambala the Buddha of Wealth, this puja increases both outer and inner wealth, bringing a new lease of life; seen and unseen riches such as good health, peace, happiness and harmony.

Benefits:

  • Brings outer material wealth
  • Resolves financial difficulties
  • Inner wealth such as good health, peace and happiness

Contribute to this puja fund.

For more information, about this puja please contact us at +603 7803 3908 or email house@kechara.com.

Part of the sponsorship for these pujas will go towards the maintenance of Kechara House, for the benefit of all who come to seek solace and peace.

Dzambala puja

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