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Timings : Tuesday - Saturday: 10:30 AM- 6:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Closed on Monday

Time Required : Less than 1 hour

Entry Fee : No entry fee

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Amitabha Buddhist Centre, Singapore Overview

Located in Geylang, Singapore, Amitabha Buddhist Centre is a centre for the study, and practice of Mahayana Buddhism. This seven-storied Tibetan Buddhist Centre aims at enlightening people and dispelling darkness from their lives by spreading Buddhist teachings and values which includes teaching the history and development of Buddhism in the region. This Buddhist Centre is for those who are inclined towards Buddhism and have a spiritual bent of mind.

Found in 1989, Amitabha Buddhist Centre is affiliated to FPMT, or the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition, a US-based non-profit organisation with over 160 centres around the world. The centre follows the lineage of Lama Tsong Khapa of Tibet. Under the guidance of the spiritual leader, Lama Zopa Rinpoche, the centre offers comprehensive programs that include classes, discussions, celebrating annual festivals along with prayer sessions and community service. The architecture of the building itself is similar to that of Tibetan monasteries, having prayer wheels at the sides of the entrance. The prayer hall on the 4th floor is open to all and makes for a delight to the eyes with its colourful Tibetan paintings, called Thangkas, and statues.

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Prayer Sessions

Prayer Sessions are held at Amitabha Buddhist Centre regularly. They are open to all those who seek positive energy in life. The prayers are conducted in English with occasional use of Tibetan chanting.

Guru Puja
Taking place every 10th and 25th of the month on the Tibetan Calendar, the Guru Puja is an extensive prayer session where one pays homage, makes confessions and confesses faults in a seven-fold worship session. The guru puja is an integral part of Buddhist worship and helps one attain the highest of aspirations.

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Inside the Centre (Source)
Medicine Buddha Puja
This puja involves chanting the name of the seven medicine Buddhas over and over again. This prayer is said to give one immense peace and reduce their negative karmas, or energies from their life.
It is held on the 1st Sunday of every month, 10:30 AM onwards.

Tara Puja
'Tara' refers to the deeds and enlightened activities of the Great Buddha. During the Tara Puja, the '21 Deeds of Tara' are recited 12 times. This prayer is said to give one ultimate happiness in every field.
It is held on the 3rd Sunday of every month, 10:30 AM onwards.

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The spiritual leader of Amitabha Buddhist Centre (Source)

How to Reach Amitabha Buddhist Centre

MRT: The closest MRT station is Aljunied MRT Station (EW9) on East-West Line. Amitabha Buddhist Centre is a 3-minute walk from the same.

Bus: The closest bus top is Sims Ave- Aft Aljunied Stn (81011). The bus numbers you may take are 2, 13,21, 26, 40, 51, 67, 137, 2A, 853C, NR7.

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