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Botsuad Sam Putteh – A Prayer to All Buddhas

Botsuad Sam Putteh – A Prayer to All Buddhas

 

Botsuad Sam Putteh – A Prayer to All Buddhas
(A Buddhist Recitation)

 

 

The incantations of the Botsuad Sam Putteh

describe the worship of every Lord Buddha of aeons past. With each successive aeon, a litany of Buddhas who have enlightened and achieved nirvana have come to pass. Buddhists believe that engaging in this manner of worship has the power to avert impending disaster. By being mindful of their teachings and compassion, one achieves a fundamental connection to the positive vibrations left behind by each and every Buddha.

 

Chapter 1

sam put teh, aut tha we san ja, ta wa ta san ja, sa hut sa kae,

pan ja sa ta sa hut sa ni, na ma mi, si ra sa, a hung,

tae sung, thum man ja, sung khan ja, aa tha rae na, na ma mi hung,

na ma ka ra nu pha wae na, hun ta wa, sup pae, u put tha wae,

a nae ka, an ta ra ya pi, wi nut san tu, a sae sa to

 

Meaning

I would like to pay humble respect to 512,028 Lord Buddhas. I would like to pay humble respect to the Dhamma and virtuous monks of every Lord Buddha. With the power of my humility, and my deference to the Lord Buddha, Dhamma, and all virtuous monks, please rid my life of all danger and untoward circumstance.

 

Chapter 2

sam put teh, pan ja pan ya san ja, ja tu we sa ti sa hut sa kae,

tha sa sa ta sa hut sa ni, na ma mi, si ra sa, a hung,

tae sung, tham mun ja, sung khan ja, aa tha rae na, na ma mi hung,

na ma ka ra nu pha wae na, hun ta wa, sup pae, u put tha wae,

a nae ka, an ta ra ya pi, wi nut san tu, a sae sa to

 

Meaning

I would like to pay my humble respects to the 1,024,055 Lord Buddhas. I would like to pay my humble respects to the Dhamma and virtuous monks of every Lord Buddha. With the power of my humility, and deference to the Lord Buddha, Dhamma, and all the virtuous monks, please rid my life of all danger and untoward circumstance.

 

Chapter 3

sam put teh, na wut ta ra sa tae, aut tha jut ta lee sa sa hut sa kae,

we sa ti sa ta sa hut sa ni, na ma mi, si ra sa, a hung,

tae sung, thum man ja, sung khan ja, aa tha rae na, na ma mi hung,

na ma ka ra nu pha wae na, hun ta wa, sup pae, u put tha wae,

 

Meaning

I would like to pay humble respect to 2,048,109 Lord Buddhas. I would like to pay my humble respects to the Dhamma and virtuous monks of every Lord Buddha. With the power of my humility, and deference to the Lord Buddha, Dhamma, and all the virtuous monks, please rid my life of all danger and untoward circumstance.

 

 

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  • Very informative, most of us chant without knowing the meaning , great job… once request, when we do merits there is a chant we following the master , could you share the chant and the meaning ?

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