Auspicious buddhist days

Auspicious buddhist days:

Chotrul Duchen – Day of Buddha’s Gear Miracles

Saga Dawa – Day of birth, enlightenment and parinirvana of Buddha

Chokhor Duchen – Day of first turning of the Wheel of Dharma

Lhabab Duchen – Day of Buddha’s return from heavenly realm


Important tibetan festivals:

Loser – Tibetan New Year


Chotrul Duchen:

First full moon of the Tibetan New Year, but also one of the four major sacred days in Buddhism, marking four important events in Buddha Shakyamuni’s life.

This particular day is known as Chotrul Duchen in Tibetan (The ‘Festival of Miracles’). The first fifteen days of the Tibetan year celebrate the fifteen days on which, in order to increase the merit and devotion of future disciples, Buddha displayed various miracles.

It is said that on such an auspicious day the effects of all actions – both positive and negative – are multiplied by ten million.

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