National Recovery Plan
In response to the government’s National Recovery Plan announcement, Nirvana Memorial Park branches and centres will be adjusting its operations based on the following:
(Semenyih, Shah Alam, Klang, Ipoh and Nirvana Center KL)
(Penang, Bukit Mertajam & Sungai Petani)
(Kulai, Skudai, Dato Onn, Tiram, Segamat & Melaka)
(Sibu & Sabah)
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Nirvana Memorial Park (Shah Alam) Song Villa : Series 3 The beauty of contemporary design and...
Nirvana Memorial Park (Shah Alam) Song Villa : Series 2 Discovering the “beauty” of Song...
In some cultures, death is a taboo topic.
What’s more, to talk about death and money in the same conversation would raise suspicion of greed and distrust.
Malaysia is a multi-racial country, with the main ethnic groups being Malay, Chinese and Indian. For the ethnic Chinese, there are various religious funeral rites such as Buddhist, Taoist and Christian, and Islamic and Hindu rites for the other ethnic groups. Different ethnic groups and religions have different cultural practices, religious ideologies, beliefs and values, making Malaysia’s funeral culture appear diverse in many ways.
The ancestral tablet is also called “soul tablet”, “spirit tablet”, “soul seat” and others. In Buddhism, it is called “lotus dais” or “lotus seat”. It is generally used as a temporary seat for the soul of the departed to reside, and convenience for the family members, relatives and friends to pay their respects.