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Funeral of the late Seevaraju Muniandy   Leave a comment


Funeral of the late Seevaraju Muniandy, our Wesak Procession Vice-Chairman 2015 today – Saturday, November 14, 2015.

Funeral of the late Seevaraju Muniandy, our Wesak Procession Vice-Chairman 2015 today – Saturday, November 14, 2015. The Acting Chairman was Adrian Pau Kah Kheng as I was in Vietnam on a Photography Expedition during the 2015 Wesak Day. He had served the Wesak Procession diligently and loyally for the past 45 years. I have only served for about 30 over years compared to his record. We shall certainly missed him at the 2016 Wesak Procession when he came to our meetings in his “Honda No-door” – his faithful motor-cycle,


The funeral procession route was from his house at 18, Gerbang Erksine, Penang turning left to Jalan Mount Erskine > Jalan Bagan Jermal > Jalan Tanjung Tokong (passing by Balai Bomba & Penyelamat Bagan Jermal where Raju stayed for 5 years in the quarters as he was a fire-man) > Jalan Fettes > Jalan Mount Erskine turning into Mount Erskine Crematorium for cremation. His coffin was carried all the way along this route. His urn of ashes shall be kept at a hall next to this crematorium here.

In memory of the late Seevaraju Muniandy   Leave a comment


In memory of the late Seevaraju Muniandy (more popularly called Raju).
His residence is at 18, Gerbang Erksine, Penang and the funeral is scheduled at 2.00pm, this coming Saturday, 14 November, 2015.
He was our Vice-Chairman of Penang Wesak Procession Committee which he served diligently and loyally for over 45 years.
“Life is uncertain – Death is certain” This is a well-known saying in Buddhism. Knowing very well that death is certain and it is a natural phenomenon that everyone has to face, we should not be afraid of death. Yet, instinctively, all of us fear death because we do not know how to think of its inevitability. We like to cling to our life and body and so develop too much craving and attachment.
Venerable K. Sri Dhammananda
May his soul rest in eternal bliss with the blessings of Lord Buddha.
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