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There are many special or holy days held throughout the year by the Buddhist community. Many of these days celebrate the birthdays of Bodhisattvas in the Mahayana tradition or other significant dates in the Buddhist calendar. The most significant celebration happens every May on the night of the full moon, when Buddhist all over the world celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha over 2,500 years ago. It has become to be known as Buddha Day.


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Festivals play a big part in the lives of many Buddhists. Most Buddhists, with the exception of the Japanese, use the Lunar calendar.

The dates of Buddhist festivals and the way they are celebrated vary from country to country, and between Buddhist traditions.

Wesak is the most important of the Buddhist festivals and is celebrated on the full moon in May.

Dharma Day
This marks the beginning of the Buddha’s teaching.

Sangha Day
This festival celebrates the Spiritual community.

Parinirvana Day
This is a Mahayana Buddhist festival that marks the death of the Buddha.

The most important Buddhist holiday in Tibet is Losar, which celebrates the Tibetan New Year.

Buddhist ceremonies
Buddhist Festivals are always joyful occasions

Holy Days, Monks and the Rains Retreat

Time spent as a monk is considered to be the highest and most devout form of Buddhism.