The speech of Sayadaw U Sandavara, the speaker of Parami Temple on the 100th days Memorial Service

The speech of Sayadaw U Sandavara, the speaker of Parami Temple on the 100th days Memorial Service of the Late Most Respected King of Relic Aggha Mahasaddhamajotikadaja Sayadaw U Kittivara.

(WAki International Media Center 17th November) The 100th days Memorial Service of the Late Most Respected King of Relic Aggha Mahasaddhamajotikadaja Sayadaw U Kittivara, speeched by Sayadaw U Sandavara, the speaker of Parami Temple .

Today is the 100 days passing away of the late most repescted Venerable Sayadaw U Kittivara. Although the material phenomenon and a group of aggregate had decayed, the virtues of the late Sayadaw still remain with us. I would like to share with you the story of the late Sayadaw.

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The late Venerable Sayadaw U Kittivara was born on Monday,the 14th of Thidingyut in 1309 Myanmar Era at Pauk Pin Thar Village, Mitthila Township, Mandalay region. His father U Nyan and mother Daw Hla Khin gave his name as Maung Khin Aung. At the age of four, his mother passed away and his father sent him to study under Venerable Mendaka at the Thayettaw Monastery in the village.

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When he was eight years old, his father took him to meet Venerable Suriya, the Abbott of Wuntawpyae monastery in Mitthila township. His father ordained as a monk then, and they stayed together at the monastery. He became a novice when he was ten years old under Venerable Sayadaw Suriya, who was his uncle. He was named as Shin Kittivara. When he was twenty years old, he was ordained as a Buddhist monk under the preceptor Ven. Jagara- the abbot of Koethaungpyae monastery Thetaw Township- at the Sima hall of Wundawpyae monastery sponsored by U Phoe Ngwe and Daw Jun and their daughter, Daw Mya Nyunt on Saturaday 9th of Taboetwe in 1328 M.E. (8th February, 1967 )

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After becoming a monk, he went to Theintaung learning center in Taunggyi to further his study of Buddhist scripture under Venerable Chandadhika, Venerable Tejobhasa. After a period of time, he moved to Yangon for further studies under Venerable Sujana, the abbot of Pwesargyi monastery, Ven.Sagara and other well-known Venerable Sayadaws from Chaukhtatkyi and Shwegondaing learning centers.

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On 5th January, 1979 ( 1340 ME), Ven.Dhammasara, the high priest of Magginlannyun monastery from Parami Round about (3), South Okkalapa handed over his monastery to the late Sayadaw U Kittivara. The late Sayadaw U Kittivara later changed the name of the monastery into Theindaung Thaikthit temple. Since then, the late Sayadaw U Kittivara followed his uncle’s footstep, Venerable Suriya who collected the relics of the Buddha and Buddha’s disciples. The late Sayadaw U Kittivara went from place to place to collect the relics of the Buddha and his Disciples with the intention of preserving the relics and to enshrine in one place where everyone can pay homage to the relics. In 1987, the late Sayadaw established the Relic Musuem at his monastery for this purpose. The Relic Musuem become well-known not only to the locals but to foreigners to visit and pay homage to the Relics.

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In year 2020, the late Sayadaw received “Aggamaha Saddhamajaotika Raja” given by Myanmar government for his great contribution in Buddhist Missionaries work within these 31 years and established the Relic Musuem for buddhist devottees around the world to come to respect the Buddha and Arahants relics. On 28th July, 2021 Sayadaw passed away peacefully.

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Today, we pay tribute to the late Sayadaw by offering foods, flowers, robes and water to the Sangha, as well as listening to the Dhamma and chanting. We would like to dedicate these merits to our late most respected Sayadaw U Kittivara. Although Sayadaw had passed away, his excellent behavior, concentration and wisdom will remain in our heart. Honor and physical body are different. His human body would decay once he died. But we will always remember him for his honorable deeds.

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This 100th memorial service of the late Sayadaw was sponsored by Waki families from Malaysia. May Waki families and all the devotees from local and overseas be healthy, wealthy and be free from disease and be free from danger.

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百日缅怀舍利子之王吴褀迪瓦拉尊者追悼会波罗蜜寺发言人吴潘达瓦尊者的演讲

(华琪国际媒体中心11月18日讯)在2021年11月07日百日缅怀尊敬的舍利子之王吴祺迪瓦拉尊者追悼会波罗密寺发言人, 吴潘达瓦尊者在的演讲:

今天是尊者圆寂满一百天了。虽然尊者已不在世间,他的教诲永留于我们的心中. 尊者安祥地逝世,这是因为尊者一生修行”死念处” 及皈依三宝(佛法僧)的力量.

世尊佛陀也无法克服死亡。佛陀涅磐时,天帝释诵出此偈文:

诸行无常,是生灭法;生灭灭已,寂灭为乐。

每个人都会面临死亡的一天,所以在我们还在世的时候就应该做善业及建立成为有价值的人。我们的人生可分为三个时期,在第一时期是在寻求教育的同时寻求佛法。只有这样,受过良好教育和有智慧的人才会出现。在第二时期 做生意同时寻求佛法。只这样,物质财富和情感幸福才会平衡。在第三时期,一个人应禅修和追随佛法,并获得幸福的达到涅磐。

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尊者不仅在人生的三个时期都创造了完美的一生. 愿信徒们能遵循世尊佛陀的教诲以创造一个有价值的人生.

年轻美貌的外表,终有年老的一天;

财富健康的人生,终有生灭的一天;

贫穷富裕的生活,终有死亡的一天;

亲情友谊的关系,终有离别的一天。

愿一切众生健康,富裕及内心宁静;

愿今天所做的功德回向给尊者及一切众生;

愿以此功德成为帮助我们体验涅槃的条件。

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