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Wesak Celebration in Rangjung Yeshe Buddhist Society Penang

May 28, 2018 - May 29, 2018

Dharma Activities at Rangjung Yeshe Penang:

Wesak Eve Celebration – 28/05/2015

8.30 pm: Lamp Lighting at RY Penang Center

Wesak Day Celebration – 29/05/2018

9.30 am: Bathing Buddha and Release lives at center

6.00 pm: Wesak float procession start at MBA Penang

For more info contact:

Dharma Sis Wei Eng: 016-6079162

Sis Joo Lee: 012-4908698

Bro Lee: 012-4332954

 

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Start:
May 28, 2018
End:
May 29, 2018
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Organizer

Rangjung Yeshe Buddhist Society Penang
Phone:
+60 12-433 2954

Venue

Rangjung Yeshe Buddhist Society Penang
396-a, 1st Floor Wayton Court, Jalan Burma
Penang, 10350 Malaysia
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Phone:
+60 12-433 2954

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