Buddha Chitta Mala Dalai lama using Mala in Nepal

Buddha Chitta Mala Dalai lama using Mala in Nepal

About Boddhi Mala, Terela Mala !

Buddha Chitta japa mala or Phrengba ( It call Terela Mala ). The Buddha-Chitta prayer beads originating from Guru Padma Sambava ( Call Guru Rimpoche ).  who introduced Vajrayana Buddhism into Tibet, was in Retreat meditation at the cave of Tongsum Kunda in presentation day ( Kavre District of Nepal). He considered what he could do in a material way for the local people who believed on Buddhism. He could see that they deserved to have peace, happiness and prosperity in future generations, in the interest of benefit for all sentient beings, so in his wisdoms and enlightened activity he provided them as a special gift.

Using his power, Guru Rinpoche introduced the unique Buddha-Chitta tree, which produces the exquisite seeds which are ideal for making Buddhist prayer beads or “mala”. That tree, which to this day grows only in that area of Bahra -Temal, Kavre District, indeed brought good fortune for the local people, who still produce the Buddha-Citta prayer beads from its seeds, known locally by the Tamang people as “Phrengba” &”Thengamala”.And That Area name also developed by their Name Terela into Temal But now calling Timal. It mean the name also came by Buddha Chitta mala call Terela Mala. The locally people believed on it and their available foceils.

Why Lama and Rimpoche Using Terela Mala Buddha Chitta Mala ( Boddhi Mala) ?

It’s supreme happiness heart is bodhi chitta. ‘Bodhi’ is the Sanskrit word for ‘enlightenment’, and ‘chitta’ the word for ‘Soul’; therefore ‘bodhichitta’

literally means ‘soul’ of enlightenment’ this is defined as a mind, motivated by compassion for all living beings, that spontaneously seeks enlightenment.

Bodhi chitta is born from great compassion, which itself depends upon cherishing love. Cherishing love can be likened to a field, compassion to the seeds, taking and giving to the high methods for making the seeds grow, and bodhichitta to the harvest. The cherishing love that is developed through the practice of exchanging self with others is more profound than that developed through other methods, and so the resultant compassion and bodhichitta are also more profound. Without great compassion, the spontaneous wish to protect all living beings from suffering, bodhichitta mala  cannot arise in our mind; but if we have supper compassion, especially the high  compassion generated through exchanging self with others, bodhichitta mala ,will arise naturally. The strength of our bodhichitta mala depends entirely upon the strength of our good  compassion. Of all Dharma realizations, bodhichitta is happiness. That’s profoundly compassionate mind is the very essence of the Bodhisattva’s training. Developing the good heart of bodhichitta enables us to perfect all our virtues, solve all our problems, fulfill all our wishes, and develop the power to help others in the most appropriate and beneficial ways. Bodhichitta is the best friend we can have and the highest quality we can develop. We generally consider someone who is kind to his or her friends, takes care of his parents, and gives freely to worthwhile causes to be a good person; but how much more praiseworthy is a person who has dedicated his or her whole life to relieving the suffering of each and every sentient being? This is a bodhi seet orginal from Nepal also in Nepal  get only remot village temal area kavrepalanchok district where was gure padma meditation location. If not believed please ask to many monk and Buddhist peoples of Nepal. You can have view million of different similar but these are not original one. Please you can ask to peoples where you can see this bodi tree in nepal and india too , they can not show because original bodhi tree you can see only  Temal area  in Nepal. If you wish to see bodi tree plants please you can visit your self best season to see bodhi tree plants with green beads or flowers, April to July.

If you would like to visit the delightful area where these precious trees grows, to see for yourself how they grow and produce their marvelous seeds, and enjoy the natural beauty and local culture, the Buddhist Tamang village people there are sure to welcome you.

Please contact Mr Mim das Tamang for tour arrangements, and retail or wholesale supply of all grades and sizes of Buddha-Citta beads and Malas. Prices vary according to size and type, eg. two-eye, two to five-eye, three to five-eye, etc.
For best visit season to see green beads on tree June last to July last !!

For more Details :

MR, Mim Das Tamang
Cell : 009779741089433, 9818992750
Phone: 00977016913457
G.P.O. Box : 12477 Thamel Kathmandu Nepal


Web: www.amazingauthentictreks.comwww.ehomestaynepal.com

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