Merits are accumulated through making offerings to Buddha (Amitabha) and are transferred to the deceased to help them in their purification and liberation.
This practice helps the deceased in the Bardo and shows them the path to Enlightenment. During JangChok (nameplate ritual), the name of the deceased is written on a paper tablet and burned in the
process of the puja to symbolize that the burning of the wisdom fire purifies all the gross and subtle defilements, obscurities and negative karma of the individual and thereby ripen their merit to be reborn in the Buddha’s pureland of (Amitabha) Dewachen/ Sukhavati.
Please come earlier before the puja to register your deceased relatives name.
or alternatively, you can contact our resident lama (Sonam Phuntsok) for registration at his mobile 9677 4814 as well as visit or call our centre at:
301 Guillemard Rd, Singapore 399740
phone: 6744 0198