Swee Keong’s altar in his home is so beautiful. In Gaden the monks always have a Je Tsongkapa set like this with Gyaltsab Rinpoche on the left and Kedrub Rinpoche on the right. Mantras and relics will fill the statue. And they also offer the traditional brocade on the holy images as robes and Pandit’s hat on Tsongkapa. In the past not many were attracted to this traditional form of set up with brocade and all. But now more and more people find the traditional shrine set up attractive. I wanted to share this beautiful altar that Swee Keong set up in his home. I rejoice… I find it perfect and beautiful. An altar is a gateway to gathering tremendous merits and also a doorway to the Three Jewels.
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