Sangha Robes Offering Fund
Sangha Robes Offering Fund
Sangha Robes Offering Fund
Sangha Robes Offering Fund
Sangha Robes Offering Fund
Sangha Robes Offering Fund

Sangha Robes Offering Fund

SKU: 88000006

Sangha Robes Offering Fund

SKU: 88000006
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The robes of a monk or nun (Sangha) are one of the most holy belongings of an ordained person. It represents their dedication to the spiritual path and their love for the welfare of mother sentient beings.

The tradition of wearing robes was passed down from the founder of Buddhism, Shakyamuni Buddha. Wearing the robes represents the vows that an ordained person holds, and reflects their commitment to bring happiness and comfort, and to relieve the sufferings of sentient beings.

Thus, every day a monk or nun continues to don their robes and hold their vows is another day they create immeasurable merits for themselves and their sponsors. Through their virtue, they also become a source of inspiration for others who are seeking spiritual solace.

Support the Sangha of Gaden Monastery by offering one or more types of sangha robes.

Short Zen (short shawl)

ETHICS SET (1 piece)
Long Zen (long shawl).

PATIENCE SET (2 pieces)
Donka (upper robe) and Shamtab (lower robe).

Donka (upper robe), Shamtab (lower robe), Ngullen (inner shirt) and Long Zen (long shawl).

Donka (upper robe), Shamtab (lower robe), Ngullen (inner shirt), Long Zen (long shawl), Short Zen (short shawl) and Chogo (novice robe).

WISDOM SET (8 pieces)
Donka (upper robe), Shamtab (lower robe), Ngullen (inner shirt), Long Zen (long shawl), Short Zen (short shawl), Chogo (novice robe), Namjar (bikshu’s robe) and Dingwa (monk seat).

Making a Donation

  1. Set a positive intention before making a donation. The purer your intention, the greater the merit generated.
  2. Select your desired amount and style of sponsorship (where applicable).
  3. In the “Sponsor” section: Provide the name of the sponsor (benefactor).
  4. In the “Dedication” section: Provide the name of the person/entity the sponsorship is dedicated to. You can include a specific wish or request. This will be read during the dedication of merits.
  5. After making the donation, rejoice and dedicate the merits you have generated.
  6. From time to time, we share updates of various projects on our website and social media pages (Facebook and Instagram). Please follow us if you would like to stay informed.

If you are uncertain which project is best suited to your interests or needs, please contact us for assistance.

Sponsoring the Sangha

Sangha are the community of ordained monks, nuns and lay practitioners who have devoted their lives to sharing the Buddhist tradition and serving the Buddhist community. Putting the needs of others above their own, the Sangha have kept Buddha’s teachings alive for over 2,500 years in an unbroken lineage that is moist with his blessings. It is due to their kindness that we are able to receive the pure Dharma today.

Making offerings to the Sangha — such as dana, food, robes, basic necessities or supporting their sacred duties is a mainstay of Buddhist practice. The tradition of sponsoring the Sangha was started by the Buddha himself, and is a way for us to express our appreciation for their compassionate activities.

“The act of making offerings to the Sangha is a fantastic way for us to collect merits and a great way to practice generosity, as taught by the Lord Buddha himself.” – Tsem Rinpoche

Sponsoring the Sangha creates the causes for the Dharma to remain. In making sincere offerings, we create immeasurable positive results for both our secular and spiritual life. This practice of generosity also helps us develop an altruistic mind and overcome greed and attachment. Even more, due to the higher nature of the object of offering, the happiness and sense of fulfilment we gain is unmatched by the results of other forms of altruistic giving.

Please join us in creating the causes for the growth of Dharma, and for the inspiration, happiness and peace that you will gain in your life.

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