Alms, offerings donated to 10,272 members of the Sangha in Mandalay on Buddha Day on Kason full moon day

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Mandalay Region government and well-wishers donate alms and offerings to 20,272 members of the Sangha on Buddha Day, which falls on the full moon day of Kason, yesterday.

Mandalay Region government and well-wishers organized a ceremony to donate alms and offerings to 20,272 members of the Sangha invited from four corners of Mandalay on Buddha Day, which falls on the full moon day of Kason, yesterday.
The ceremonies took place at Mingala pavilions on four sides of moats in Mandalay. It was also attended by State Ovadacariya Abbot of Dhammikayama Meiktila Monastery Sayadaw Abhidhaja Maha Rattha Guru Bhaddanta Sujanapiya, members of the State Central Working Committee of the Sangha and venerable Sayadaws, and monks from Buddhism Learning Centres from four corners of Mandalay.
The ceremony aims to enable people to be free from dangers.
Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Myo Aung and his wife, Commander of Central Command Maj-Gen Kyi Khaing and his wife, regional level officials and their wives donated offerings to members of the Sangha.
Then, the regional chief minister and wife, the commander and his wife, officials and people donated meals, alms and cash for nine prerequisites to 20,272 members of the Sangha from four corners of Mandalay at the same time. — MNA/TTA

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