Live Webcast Teaching- HH Karmapa at Vajra Vidya Institute on March 4-6.Information on time will be posted when available
Tara Abbey Nuns Debate - see photo
ANNUAL MANI DRUBCHEN APRIL 1-11, 2013 - see photos
Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche 80th Birthday Celebrations
Click to see photos of the event and read more details
FUNDS ARE NEEDED TO REBUILD THE COLLEGE FOR HIGHER BUDDHIST PHILOSOPHY
AT THRANGU TASHI CHOLING MONASTERY (SHEDRA) IN TIBET.
THE NUNS OF THRANGU TARA ABBEY
A Two CD Set of Prayers & Liturgies
All proceeds are donated to the education of the nuns of
Thrangu Tara Abbey through the Himalayan Children’s Fund.
Give a Two-way Gift
When you purchase the Giving Ring or the Giving Ring pendant from Stone Lily
100% of the net profits will be donated to your selected beneficiary.
You can select Himalayan Children's Fund and the donations
go to Rinpoche's Shree Mangal Dvip School.
A Prayer for Troubled Times
This is a prayer we can direct towards the conflict in Lhasa
Purchase Beautiful Artwork and Benefit Thrangu Rinpoche's Projects
James Daniel III is an artist residing in Asheville, North Carolina who works in oils, fresco, pen and ink, and charcoal and pencil. He was recently featured on the cover of American Artist Magazine's May issue. James has made a very generous commitment to the Himalayan Children's Fund whereby he will donate a percentage of all pictures purchased directly from him to the HCF. We are grateful for this kindness and encourage you to visit the James Daniel website and view his work at: http://www.artistjamesdaniel.com
NOW DIRECT FLIGHTS
TO VARANASI AND GAYA FROM BANGKOK
Thai Airways has announced that from October 29, 2006 there will be
direct flights from Bangkok to Varanasi (for those going to Sarnath) and Gaya
(near Boudhagaya) 3x weekly on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. This is
due to the increasing popularity of Buddhist pilgrimages to Sarnath and Boudhagaya.
Thai Air flies directly to Bangkok from Los Angeles, New York,
Frankfurt, Rome etc. and from most cities in Asia.
CHILDREN IN DANGER:
AN APPEAL FROM CANADIAN ENGINEERS
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