Rituals and Celebrations

Puja means "worship" or "devotion". Usually it is an offering ritual. In the simplest case, the offering consists of flowers and incense and is usually accompanied by prayers.
In Tibetan Buddhism,
the practitioner also connects to a specific Buddha aspect through visualisations and meditation. Pujas can be held privately or in public.
It is considered particularly meritorious to perform pujas on Buddhist holidays.


Whether you are a practitioner or just curious, you are cordially invited to participate in our pujas.

 

Ritual

White Tara Puja

Location: Buddhistisches Zentrum She Drup Ling Graz

Date: every Saturday, 8:00 – 9:00

Guidance: Michael Aldrian

Medicine Buddha Puja

Location: Buddhistisches Zentrum She Drup Ling Graz

Date: 07:00 – 07:30 on the 8th day of the Tibetan calendar

Guidance: Ulrike Holzer, Barbara Klell

Protector Pujas

Location: Buddhistisches Zentrum She Drup Ling Graz

Date: on the 29th day of the Tibetan calendar (1 day before the new moon), 17:30 – 18:30

Guidance: Barbara Klell, Manfred Klell, Ulrike Holzer

New Moon Pujas

Location: Buddhistisches Zentrum She Drup Ling Graz

Date: every new moon day, 17:30 – 18:30

Guidance: Barbara Klell, Manfred Klell, Ulrike Holzer

Full Moon Pujas

Location: Friedensstupa im Volksgarten Graz

Date: every full moon day, 17:30 – 18:30

Guidance: Barbara Klell, Manfred Klell, Ulrike Holzer


Tara Night

Location: Kalachakra Kalapa Center

Date: Saturday, 20 July 2019, 18:00

Guidance: Ehrw. Losang Palmo (Rita Riniker)


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