NAMO BUDDHA BUDDHIST SOCIETY, SIBU, MALAYSIA
馬來西亞詩巫南無布達佛教學

NAMO BUDDHA BUDDHIST SOCIETY, SIBU, MALAYSIA   
Address:

No. 14, 1st Floor LorongJalanTunku Abdul Rahman 8A1, 96000 Sibu, Sarawak,
Malaysia.

Email: nbbcsibu@gmail.com

Website: http://www.namobuddhamy.com

Committee: A. PRESIDENT :

B. VICE PRESIDENT :

C. SECRETARY :

D. TREASURER :

ABK LIEW KWAN HUA 

MR LIM HANG HING

MR. WONG PING SIK

MDM LEONG C L

TEL NO: 019- 8876301

TEL NO: 017- 2223422

TEL NO: 012- 8809223

TEL NO: 012- 8885527

        The Society was founded on 3rd November 2006 by the grace and kindness of Very Venerable Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche. He blessed the Society and granted us the name

Namo Buddha Buddhist Society

        Namo Buddha is a holy place where V.V. Thrangu Rinpoche resides in Nepal; it means prostrate the enlightened one. This being the mission of doctrine from our V.V. Thrangu Rinpoche, is what Buddhist should performance from the depth of one’s minds.

        In general, Malaysia is a peaceful multicultural country; most citizens are emigrated from countries around. They bring in Malaysia with all kinds of tradition, religious and life-styles. They wish to share their experience and willing to learn others knowledge. They join hands helping Malaysia to develop a country of harmony, a community of joy and a better environment to live. The establishment of Namo Buddha Buddhist Society will answer the purpose of all the above.

        Ven. Lama Ngwang was appointed as our resident master, and the Society came into existence with the support of Mdm. Loo, our chairperson, who sponsored almost everything the Society needed. As a lay Buddhist, she had finished practicing all the preliminaries Mahamudra, her daily practices are Medicine Buddha, Avalokiteshvara and Green Tara. She is a nice and easy going type of person and gets along well with all the members, as the members back her up with contribute to the Society regularly. All members are delighted to share the fortune of having a Buddhist Society to run the Dharma practice and activities.
 

Here is a schedule listed to look after your interest. All are welcome to participate.

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES OF THE NAMO BUDDHA BUDDHIST SOCIETY, SIBU
Tuesday:     8:00pm     Green Tara Practice
Friday:         8:00pm     Medicine Buddha and Four-Arm Kwunyinsadhan
Sunday:       8:00pm     Tibetan class for beginners
Once a month       8:30am to 7:00pm     Green Tara Retreat
Once a month       Release of lives activity.
If you are interested in our activities and Vajrayana Four Foundation practice, please feel free to contact us at any time.
 

Monthly Practice: according to the lunar calendar
1st day:     Mahakala and Amitabha Buddha Practice
10th day:   Milarepa Puja
15th day:   Mahakala and Amitabha Buddha Practice
Green Tara Retreat once every month.
Free the livestock once every month.

III. Long life prayer will be chanted, Every New Year day, Lunar New Year day and Tibetan New Year day; Wesak Festival, H.H. Karmapa and V.V. Thrangu Rinpoche’s Birthday.
(Come and share a piece of cake to celebrate these special days of rejoice.)

IV. It is our honor to have V.V. Thrangu Rinpoche come and visit us possibly twice a year with teachings and empowerments. He shows us always the virtue of great compassion towards all sentient beings, and manifests us the way to develop Bodhicitta as well as to guide and help us to purify our minds.

        The Future project of our society is to build a Shrine Hall. Building a Shrine Hall for practice is by means for living beings to plant blessings, an opportunity to worship Buddha, study Buddhism and respect Shanga as well as to cultivate precepts. Those who take part in building the Shrine Hall share the merits - the most important rewards of another wonderful pace towards Buddhahood.
        After this, Namo Buddha Buddhist Society will consider to develop a school and a clinic or a hospital as a “phase II and III” project. Ven. Lama Ngawang emphasized that phase II and III are the response of the lay people, which will bring warmth, kindness and compassion to the city and add an array of light and a prospect of hope to the community. This shows the bright side of human nature is indeed the greatest accomplishment of the teaching of Buddha.