Wednesday, 10 May 2017


Monks putting Kasaya on the Buddha statue at the Thai Temple on Wesak Day. They are offerings from devotees.
Kasaya/Kasa (Monk robes) are symbolic of protecting and sustaining the Dharma through the spiritual community of ‘sangha’, the upholders of the Buddha’s teachings. Offering robes to a monk is one of the most meritorious acts a person can perform.

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