Visit to near by temple and participate for alms giving programs and during poyaday participate for religious activities with villagers
Such as “ Bodi Puja” where the veneration of the Bodhi-tree has been a popular and a widespread ritual in Sri Lanka from the time a sapling of the original Bodhi-tree at Buddhagaya .
Budist calendar have religious observance days called poya days. A practicing Buddhist observes the poya day by visiting a temple for the rituals of worship
Almsgiving also a important budist custome and It is generally known as sanghika-dana, meaning “the alms given to the community of monks.” This ceremony is usually performed on important occasions associated with such events as house-warming, setting out on a long journey, a marriage, birth, or death anniversaries, and so forth.
- Best Time : After 6.30 A.M in the morning or 4.00PM in the evening
- Duration: 2 hours
- Venu : Near by temple
- What to wear: Comfortable, clothes which are suitable for temple visit such as long trousers and suitable top. White color is preffered