Inner Chamber: Bei Ji Xuan Tian Shang Di (Main God)

Xuan Tian Shang Di(玄天上帝),also known as Xuan Wu Wen Di (玄武文帝),The Supreme Lord of the Dark Heaven, is one of the higher-ranking deities in Taoism. Xuan Tian Shang Di was originally one of the three generals serving Beidi, the Northern Emperor and head of the heavenly Department of Exorcism, belonging to the element of “water’.

There are a lot of mysterious origin records of Xuan Tian Shang Di. He had been code as: the 82nd manifestation of Tai Shang Lao Jun (a Prince of Jing Le State in northern Hubei during the time of the Yellow Emperor); the legend of a repented butcher; going through four mortal reincarnations in the course of the story, with original identity was the Jade Emperor.
Xuan tian Shang Di has many antonym names such as Xuan Wu, Xuan Di, Zhen Wu Da Di, Zhen Wu Emperor, Shang Di Gong, Siong Te Gong, Tua Lao Ya, Pak Tai (Bei Di), and etc.

Xuan Tian Shang Di is often portrayed as a warrior in imperial robes, having ‘long loose hair and a beard’, holding Seven-star sword (七星剑), usually seated on a throne, with the right foot stepping on a snake and left leg extended stepping on a turtle. His face is usually red. Looking very stern with bulging pair of eyes. He is revered as a powerful god, able to control the elements and capable of great magic.

Under Xuan Tian Shang Di command the 36 Celestial Generals (三十六天将)and their large armies of soldiers keep the evil spirits of the Underworld in check

Divine Birthday: 3rd day of the 3rd month of the lunar calendar

Enlightment Day: 9th day of the 9th month of the lunar calendar

Main Chamber: Teong Tuah Guan Sui

Left Chamber: Guan Theh Sheng Kuan

Right Chamber: Tao Boo Qiu Ong

Di Zang Wang Pusa Chamber

A place for devotees to install ancestral tablets for their departed ones.

Ancestral tablet

Ancestral tablet has been the very symbol of Chinese ancestral worship, passed down from generation to generation. It serves as a symbol of remembrance and reverence as family members pay homage to their ancestors.

With the times change, meeting up the social needs of the modern life, and to promote the tradition, our temple is reviving the tradition of remembrance and commemoration through the presentation of Ancestral Tablets at Di Zang Wang Pusa Chamber. It is sacred item that connotes the virtue offilial piety. Ancestral tablets in our temple Di Zang Wang Pusa Chamber is the best choice for couples to avoid troubles and who do not have time to attend the worship rituals at home.

An Ancestral tablet is only to serve One (1) deceased person. (RM 680.00)

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