Its operations manager, Chong Tzer Bin, said the relics had been displayed in Singapore, India, Myammar, Nepal and Thailand.
At the village, one can also find a prayer wheel with words and mantras written all around it.
The wheel is placed on a spindle, and by spinning the wheel, one is said to send out prayers to the universe.
The village, covering 17.4 hectares, currently houses an old folks’ home which has over 30 residents.
There is also a green lung called “Bamboo Land” which is filled with bamboo plants.
Plans are underway to build an orphanage, a medical centre and a home for the disabled.
However, Chong said they do not know when they could complete the development as they needed funds to proceed with the project. He appealed to the public for donations.
The village was established by the Amitabha Centre which also runs a haemodialysis centre in Taman Tasek. For details, call 07-2380448.