DEDICATION OF OFFERINGS
-( YO SO) bhagava araham sammasambuddho
-Svakkhato yena bhagavata dhammo
-Supatipanno yassa bhagavato savakasangho
-.Tammayam bhagavantam sadhammam sasangham
-Imehi sakkarehi yatharaham aropitehi abhipujayama
-Sadhu no bhante bhagava suciraparinibbutopi
-Pacchima janata. nukampamanasa
-lime sakkare duggata.pannakara bhute patigganhatu
-Amhakang digharattam hitaya sukliaya
-( Araham) sammasambuddho bhagava
-Buddham bhagavantam abhivademi
-( Svakhkato ) bhagavata dhammo
-( Supatipanno ) bhagavato savakasangho
MORNING CHANTING DEDICATION OF OFFERINGS
-To the Blessed One, the Lord who fully attained perfect enlightenment,
-To the Teaching which he expounded so well,
-And to the Blessed One's disciples who have practised well -
-To these - the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Sangha -
-We render with offerings our rightful homage.
-It is well for us, Blessed One, that having attained liberation,
-You still had compassion for later generations.
-Deign to accept these simple offerings
-For our long-lasting benefit and for the happiness it gives us.
-The Lord, the Perfectly Enlightened and Blessed One - I render homage to the
-The Teaching so completely explained by him - I bow to the Dhamma.
-The Blessed One's disciples who have practised well - I bow to the Sangha.
(Handa mayam buddhassa bhagavato pubbabhaganamakram karomase)
[Namo tassa] bhagavato arahato sammasambuddhassa
HOMAGE TO THE BUDDHA
(Handa mayam buddhabhigutim karomase)
-[Yo so] tathagato araham sammasambuddho
-Vijjacaranasampanno sugato lokavidu
-Anuttaro purisadammasarathi sattha devamanussanam buddho bhagava
- Yo imam lokam sadevakam samarakam sabrahmakam
-Sassamanabrahmanim pajam sadevamanussam sayam abhinna sacchikatva pavedesi
-Yo dhammam desesi adikalayanam majjhekalayanam pariyosanakalyanam
-Sattham sabyalijanam kevalaparipunnam parisuddham brahmacariyam pakasesi
-Tamaham bhagavantam abhipujayami tamaham bhagavantam sirasanamami
(Now let us pay preliminary homage to the Buddha)
Homage to the Blessed,the Noble and Perfectly Enlightened One.
HOMAGE TO THE BUDDHA
(Now let us chant in praise of the Buddha)
-The Tathagata is the Noble Lord, the Perfectly Enlightened One;
-He is impeccable in conduct and understanding, the Serene One, the Knower of the Worlds;
-He trains perfectly those who wish to be trained; he is Teacher of gods and men; he is Awake and Holy.
-In this world with its gods, demons and kind spirits,
-Its seekers and sages, celestial and human beings, he has by deep insight revealed
-He has pointed out the Dhamma:beautiful in the beginning, beautiful in the middle,
beautiful in the end.
-He has explained the spiritual life of complete purity in its essence and conventions
-I chant my praise to the Blessed One, I bow my head to the Blessed One.
HOMAGE TO THE DHAMMA
(Handa mayam dhammabhikhutim karomase)
-[Yo so] savakkhato bhagavata dhammo
-Sanditihiko akaliko ehipassiko
-Opanayiko paccattam veditabbo vinnuhi
-Tamaham dhammam abhipujayami tamaham dhammam sirasa namami
HOMAGE TO THE SANGHA
(Handa mayam sanghabhikutim karomase)
- [Yo so] supatipanno bhagavato savakasangho
-Ujupatipanno bhagavato savakasangho
-Nayapatipanno bhagavato savakasangho
-Samicipatipanno bhagavato savakasangho
-Yadidam cattari purisayugani attha purisapuggala
-Esa bhagavato savakasarigho
-Ahuneyyo pahuneyyo dakkhineyyo anjalikaraniyo
-Anuttaram punnakkhettam lokassa
-Tamaham sangham abhipujayami tamaham sangham sirasanamami
HOMAGE TO THE DHAMMA
(Now let us chant in praise of the Dhamma)
-The Dhamma is well-expounded by the Blessed One,
-Apparent here and now, timeless, encouraging investigation,
-Leading to liberation, to be experienced individually by the wise.
-I chant my praise to this Teaching, I bow my head to this Truth.
HOMAGE TO THE SANGHA
(Now let us chant in praise of the Sangha)
-They are the Blessed One's disciples who have practised well,
-Who have practised directly,
-Who have practised insightfully,
-Those who are accomplished in the practice;
-That is the four pairs, the eight kinds of noble beings,
-These are the Blessed One's disciples.
-Such ones are worthy of gifts, worthy of hospitality, worthy of offerings, worthy of respect;
-They give occasion for incomparable goodness to arise in the world.
-I chant my praise to this Sangha, I bow my head to this Sangha.
SALUTATION OF THE TRIPLE GEM
(Handa mayam ratanattayappanamagathayo ceva
-[Buddho susuddho karunamahanavo]
-Vandami buddham ahamadarena tam
- Dhammo padipo viya tassa satthuno
-Yo magga.paka mata.bheda bhinnako
-Lokuttaro yo ca tadatthadipano
-Vandami dhammam ahamadarena tam
-Sangho sukhetta.bhyati khetta.sannito
-Yo ditthasanto sugatanubodhako
-Lolappahino ariyo sumedhaso
-Vandami sangham ahamadarena tam
-Icceva mekanta bhipujaneyyakam
-Punnam maya yam mama sabbupaddava
-Ma hontu ve tassa pabhavasiddhiya
-Idha tathagato loke uppanno araham sammasambuddho
-Dhammo ca desito niyyaniko upasamiko parinibbaniko
-Mayantam dhammam sutva evam janama
-Jatipi dukkha jarapi dukkha maranampi dukkham
SALUTATION OF THE TRIPLE GEM
(Now let us chant our salutation of the Triple Gem and a
passage of encouragement)
-The Buddha, absolutely pure, with ocean-like compassion,
-Possessing the clear sight of wisdom,
-Destroyer of worldly self-corruption -
-Devotedly indeed, that Buddha I revere.
-The Teaching of the Lord, like a lamp,
-Illuminating the Path and its Fruit: the Deathless -
-That which is beyond the conditioned world -
-Devotedly indeed, that Dhamma I revere.
-The Sangha, the most fertile ground for cultivation,
-Those who have realised Peace, awakened after the Serene One,
-Noble and wise, all clinging destroyed -
-Devotedly indeed, that Sangha I revere.
-This salutation should be made
-To that which is worthy;
-Through the power of such good action
-May all obstacles disappear.
-One who knows things as they are has come into this world; and he is an Arahant,
a perfectly awakened being.
-Purifying the way leading out of delusion, calming and directing to perfect peace,
and leading to enlightenment - this he has made known.
-Having heard the Teaching, We know this:
-Birth is dukkha, ageing is dukkha, and death is dukkha;
-Soka.parideva. dukkha domanas. supuyasapi dukkha
-Appiyehi sampayogo dukkho piyehi vippayogo dukkho
-Yampiccham na labhati tampi dukkham
-Sankhittena pancupadanak khandha dukkha
-Dharamano so bhagava
-Evam bahulam savake vineti
-Evam bhaga ca panassa bhagavato savakesu anusasani bahula pavattati
-Sabbe sangkara anicca
-Sabbe dhamma anattati
-Sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief and despair are dukkha;
-Association with the disliked is dukkha; separation from the liked is dukkha;
-Not attaining one's wishes is dukkha -
-In brief, the five focuses of the grasping mind are dukkha.
-These are as follow:
-Identification with the body,
-Identification with feeling,
-Identification with perception,
-Identification with volition,
-Identification with consciousness.
-For the complete understanding of this,
-The Blessed One, in his lifetime
-Frequently instructed his disciples in just this way.
-In addition, he further instructed:
-The body is impermanent,
-Feeling is impermanent,
-Perception is impermanent,
-Volition is impermanent,
-Consciousness is impermanent;
-The body is not self,
-Feeling is not self,
-Perception is not self,
-Volition is not self,
-Consciousness is not self;
-All conditions are transient,
-There is no self in the created or the uncreated.
-All of us
-Sokhehi paridevehi dukkhehi domanassehi upayasehi
-Appevanamimassa kevalassa dukkhak•khandhassa antakiriya
the following is chanting only by the monks and novices:
- Ciraparinibbutampi tatam bhagavantam uddissa arahantam samm sambuddham
- Saddha agarasma anagariyam pabbajita
- Tasmim bhagavati brahmacariyam carama
- Bhikkhunam sikkhasajivasamapanna
- Tam no brahmacariyam imassa kevalassa dukkhak khandassa antakiriyaya samvattatu
-Are bound by birth, ageing and death,
-By sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief and despair,
-Bound by dukkha and obstructed by dukkha.
-Let us all aspire to complete freedom from suffering.
the following is chanting only by the monks and novices
-Remembering that Blessed One, the Noble Lord and Perfectly Enlightened One,
who long ago attained Parinibbana,
-We have gone forth with faith from home to homelessness,
-And like the Blessed One, we practise the Holy Life,
-Being fully equipped with the bhikkhus' system of training.
-May this Holy Life lead us to the end of this whole mass of suffering.
(Handamayam pattidanagathayo bhanama se)
-Yadevata santi viha ravasini thupe ghare bodhighare tahim tahim
-Ta dhammadanena bhavantu pujita Sotthim karontedha viharamandale,
-Thera ca majjha navaka ca bhikkhavo Saramika danapati upasaka,
-Gama ca desa nigama ca issara Sappanabhuta sukhita bhavantute,
-Jalabuja yepi ca andasambhava Samsedajata athavopapatica,
-Niyyanikam dhammavaram paricca te Sabbepi dukkhassa karontu sankhayam,
-Thatu ciram satam dhammo dhammaddhara ca puggala
-Sangho hotu samaggova atthaya ca hitaya ca
-Amhe rakkhatu saddhammo sabbepi dhammacarino
-Vudhim sampapuneyyama dhamme ariyappavedite
-Pasanna hontu sabbepi pannino buddhasasane Samma dharam pavecchanto kale
devo pavassatu Vadhibhibhavatya sattanam samiddham netu medanim Mata pita ca
atrajam niccam rakkhanti puttakam Evam dhammena rajano pajam rakkhantu sabbada.
(Verses on sharing merit)
-The Devatas which dwell in the Vihara, in the Stupa, in the Bodhi tree,
-Those Devatas we have worshiped with sacrificial objects. May they grant
happiness in the circle of this Vihara.
- Bhikkhus who are Therras, those of middle rank, those who have just become
- Lay men and Lay women of good breeding, Temple dwellers, all householders,
country-men, villagers, those who are chieftains, may they and all creatures attain
- May all creatures whether born from water, from an egg, from sweat, or from the
- May they have the precious Dhamma which leads to the good way; may it bring
an end to suffering.
- May the Dhamma of good people long abide and may people who observe the
Dhamma live long.
- May the Sangha be ever ready to bring benefits and assistance.
- May the good Dhamma protect us all and care for all who keep the Dhamma.
- May we all progress in the Dhamma which the Ariya has made manifest.
- May all beings have faith in the Teachings of the Buddha; may it rain in time after
properly bestowing showers: may the earth, for the prosperity of beings bring them
success; a mother and father always protect their own child, so according to the
Dhamma, may the Kings always protect their subjects.