Bojjhaṅ ga Paritta
       Chanted by
 Devotees of Sâsanârakkha
   Buddhist Sanctuary
         Led by
Venerable Kumâra Bhik...
Saṃ sāre saṃ sarantānaṃ ,
                   Sabbadukkhavināsane;
                 Satta dhammā ca bojjhaṅ ge,
           ...
Bujjhitvā ye c’ime sattā,
                 Tibhavā muttakuttamā;
                  Ajātimajarābyādhiṃ ,
               Ama...
Evamādiguṇ ūpetaṃ ,
             Anekaguṇ asaṅ gahaṃ ;
          Osadhañca imaṃ mantaṃ ,
         bojjhaṅ gañca bhaṇ āma h...
Bojjhaṅ go satisaṅ khāto,
                                           Dhammānaṃ vicayo tathā
                              ...
Samādhupekkhā bojjhaṅ gā,
  Satte te sabbadassinā,
 Muninā sammadakkhātā,
  Bhāvitā bahulīkatā.




The factors of Concent...
Saṃ vattanti abhiññāya,
            Nibbānāya ca bodhiyā,
              Etena saccavajjena,
            Sotthi te hotu sab...
Ekasmiṃ samaye nātho,
                                                  Moggallānañca
                                    ...
Te ca taṃ abhinanditvā,
            Rogāmucciṃ su taṅ khaṇ e,
              Etena saccavajjena,
            Sotthi te hotu...
Ekadā dhammarājāpi,
                   Gelaññenābhipīḷito,
                 Cundattherena taṃ yeva,
                Bhaṇāp...
Sammoditvāna ābādhā,
                                  Tamhā vuṭṭ hāsi ṭ hānaso,
                                  Etena s...
Pahīnā te ca ābādhā,
                                    Tiṇṇ annampi mahesinaṃ ,
                                    Magg...
Etena saccavajjena,
Sotthi te hotu sabbadā.
 Etena saccavajjena,
Sotthi te hotu sabbadā
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Bojjhaṅga Paritta ( The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment)

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In Buddhism, the Seven Factors of Enlightenment (Pali: satta bojjhaṅgā or satta sambojjhaṅgā;) are:
* Mindfulness (sati) i.e. to be aware and mindful in all activities and movements both physical and mental
* Investigation (dhamma vicaya) into the nature of dhamma
* Energy (viriya)
* Joy or rapture (piti)
* Relaxation or tranquility (passaddhi) of both body and mind
* Concentration (samadhi)
* Equanimity (upekkha), to be able to face life in all its vicissitudes with calm of mind and tranquillity, without disturbance.
The Pali word bojjhanga is a compound of bodhi ("enlightenment") and anga ("factor").
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Bojjhaṅga Paritta ( The Seven Factors Of Enlightenment)

  1. 1. Bojjhaṅ ga Paritta Chanted by Devotees of Sâsanârakkha Buddhist Sanctuary Led by Venerable Kumâra Bhikkhu
  2. 2. Saṃ sāre saṃ sarantānaṃ , Sabbadukkhavināsane; Satta dhammā ca bojjhaṅ ge, Mārasenāpamaddane. These seven Dhammas are the factors of enlightenment, which eradicate suffering of all living beings who wander through Samsara. These factors overpower the army of Mara.
  3. 3. Bujjhitvā ye c’ime sattā, Tibhavā muttakuttamā; Ajātimajarābyādhiṃ , Amataṃ nibbhayaṃ gatā. Having realized these seven Dhammas, beings attain Nibbana; where there is no rebirth, ageing, disease, death and danger, they are freed from three existences.
  4. 4. Evamādiguṇ ūpetaṃ , Anekaguṇ asaṅ gahaṃ ; Osadhañca imaṃ mantaṃ , bojjhaṅ gañca bhaṇ āma he. Endowed with such and other attributes together with innumerable benefits, this is like a medicine.
  5. 5. Bojjhaṅ go satisaṅ khāto, Dhammānaṃ vicayo tathā Vīriyaṃ pīti passaddhi, Bojjhaṅ gā ca tathāpare. The factors of enlightenment are mindfulness, investigation of states and also Effort, Rapture, Tranquility
  6. 6. Samādhupekkhā bojjhaṅ gā, Satte te sabbadassinā, Muninā sammadakkhātā, Bhāvitā bahulīkatā. The factors of Concentration and Equanimity. All these seven are well expounded by the All-seer; cultivated and promoted repeatedly by the Sage.
  7. 7. Saṃ vattanti abhiññāya, Nibbānāya ca bodhiyā, Etena saccavajjena, Sotthi te hotu sabbadā. In order to see profoundly, to realize the wisdom and to attain Nibbana. By this affirmation of the Truth, may there always be happiness for you.
  8. 8. Ekasmiṃ samaye nātho, Moggallānañca Kassapaṃ , Gilāne dukkhite disvā, Bojjaṅ ge satta desayi. At one time, the Lord saw Venerable Moggallana and Venerable Kassapa suffering and sick, and he expounded the seven Factors of Enlightenment.
  9. 9. Te ca taṃ abhinanditvā, Rogāmucciṃ su taṅ khaṇ e, Etena saccavajjena, Sotthi te hotu sabbadā. The two elders were delighted the Discourse; and were freed from sickness. By this affirmation of the Truth, may there always be happiness for you.
  10. 10. Ekadā dhammarājāpi, Gelaññenābhipīḷito, Cundattherena taṃ yeva, Bhaṇāpetvāna sādaraṃ. Once even the King of Dhamma, the Buddha himself, was afflicted by sickness, then the Elder Cunda was requested to recite this doctrine with due reverence.
  11. 11. Sammoditvāna ābādhā, Tamhā vuṭṭ hāsi ṭ hānaso, Etena saccavajjena, Sotthi te hotu sabbadā. Having rejoiced at the Discourse, the Lord was immediately cured of the sickness. By this affirmation of the Truth, may there always be happiness for you.
  12. 12. Pahīnā te ca ābādhā, Tiṇṇ annampi mahesinaṃ , Maggahatā kilesāva, Pattā ‘nuppattidhammataṃ , Etena saccavajjena, Sotthi te hotu sabbadā. These ailments were eliminated from the three Great Sages. By this affirmation of the Truth, may there always be happiness for you.
  13. 13. Etena saccavajjena, Sotthi te hotu sabbadā. Etena saccavajjena, Sotthi te hotu sabbadā

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