Day of Miracles Chothrul Duchen

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    Tuesday, March 7, 2023

    Last day celebrating the 15 miracles of Shakyamuni Buddha. The last day of Chothrul Duchen is called the “Day of Miracles” — to honor the 15 days of Miracles —  from Tibetan New Year to the 15th day (full moon) — the anniversary dates of the 15 miracles in 15 days of Shakyamuni Buddha. If that seems confusing, Chothrul Duchen actually begins on Losar (Feb 21, 2023, the first day of Miracles) and ends on the 15th of the first lunar month on the full moon, which is often called the “Day of Miracles” to honor all of the miracles. All merit from practices and offerings are multiplied.

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    Thangka depicted the 15 days of Buddha’s Miracles at Shravasti.

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