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Chant Pirith daily for a consecutive week … Buddhist Prelates urge Buddhist temples


Maha Nayakas of Asgiriya and Malwatta Chapters have urged all Buddhist temples in the country to chant ‘Pirith’ every day for a consecutive week.

They have advised the followers to join this religious programme from their homes while adhering to the health guidelines of the government.

Buddhist Prelates have made the appeal in the wake of the increase of Covid-19 cases in Sri Lanka.

Accordingly, all Buddhist temples in the country are to chant ‘Pirith’ for a period of an hour (7.00 pm to 8.00 pm) every day for a week starting from April 01.

They have been directed to ring the bell, observe Pansil, chant Ratana Sutta followed by Girimananda Sutta and perform an act of truth (Sacca Kriya) at 7.55 pm in all temples to seek blessings for the people.








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