Buddha is watching every where
The consecration rite, which can last a few hours, is held in the morning and consists of four primary parts:
Offerings (candles, flowers, incense, flags) made to the Buddha.
Chanting of Paritta
Paritta (Pali), generally translated as "protection" or "safeguard," refers to the Buddhist practice of reciting certain verses and scriptures in order to ward off evil fortune or dangerous conditions, as well as to the specific verses and discourses recited as paritta texts.
Recitation of aneka jati saṃsaraṃ
(translated as 'through the round of many births I roamed')
Recitation of the Twelve Nidanas
The Twelve Nidānas (Pali/Sanskrit nidāna "cause, foundation, source or origin") are an application of the Buddhist concept of pratītyasamutpada (dependent origination). They identify the origin of dukkha (suffering) to be in avijja (ignorance).