The event started with chanting followed by liberation of the live fish into the creek. Dedication and sharing of merits was done with all who participated for the benefit for all beings. Followed by a breakfast picnic.
For the continuous peace, safety and security of our students, we seek your cooperation to observe the following.
a. Running is strictly not allowed within the premise.
b. Parents are NOT allowed on the Mezzanine and 1st floor from 8.50 am to 10.30 am during Dhamma School session.
c. Parents who need to be around on these floors must seek permission from the class teacher or the Principal.
d. Please note that the official Dhamma School operation hours is from 8.45 am to 10.30 am for Pre-School to DS7 and from 8.45 am to 10.45 am for Teen Quest.
e. Parents are to meet their child/children on the Lower Ground (LG) Floor upon Dhamma School Session ends and not later than 11.15 am.
f. For your information, the Library on LG Floor is open until 12 noon and students are encouraged to stay in the Library while waiting for their parents.
g. For students who are attending SIG classes, please meet them on the Ground Floor lobby, outside Buddhacetiya Hall by 12.15 pm
h. Students are adviced not to wait outside the premise and compound.
i. Please inform your child/children NOT to walk out of UBV premise without your prior permission.
j. Should you or your child require assistance, please contact the respective class teacher or call Sis Poh Liew at 016-201 9268 or the Librarian in the Library.
In honour of Ajahn Chah, the Bandar Utama Buddhist Society organised the Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day 2018, on Dec 15 and 16 at SJK (C) Puay Chai (2), Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor. The event is supported by the Theravada Buddhist Council of Malaysia and the Young Buddhist Association of Malaysia.
BUBS members and friends recently went on a kathina trip to Wat Phra Chao Ton Luang, a forest monastery in Chiang Mai. Some of the members were kathina sponsors of the event and all took part in the kathina robe offering and rice pindapata in a quiet and serene setting of a forest. The group also visited Wat Aranyawiwake, participated in the kathina ceremony and paid respect to the late Luang Por Plien.
BUBS members and Dhamma School children visited Dhamma Earth Club in conjunction with the Kathina (Robe offering) Day on 6 November 2018.
It was a meaningful trip and allowed all to witness and participate in the significance of the robe offering ceremony, the opportunity to learn more about the lifestyle of the forest monks, perform Dana and listen to Dhamma teachings.