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Thrangu Tsedrup, the long life prayer completes

November 6


The Annual Thrangu Tsedrup Puja, the Long Life Puja of the Union of Means and Wisdom, which began on October 28, at Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery, Namo Buddha, completed today on November 6.


All the lamas, khenpos, monks, and nuns of Thrangu Monasteries and Dharma centres overseas, along with Rinpoche’s lay disciples and followers attended the Puja.


On November 4, the sacred Lama dancing of the Union of Means and Wisdom Puja were performed in the morning, and the Lord of Refuge Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche kindly bestowed the empowerment of this very Puja, in the afternoon.

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Summer Retreat Completes

The Annual Summer Retreat 2014, which held for three months at Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery in Namo Buddha, completed successfully on October 8.
On this very day, addressing gaye, khenpos, lamas, and monks went for circumambulation of Namo Buddha stupa. After the circumambulation, every gathered in the shrine hall to perform, long life prayers, which completes the retreat.
On October 7 evening, a special program was organised, where Khenpo Losal, Khenpo Sherab Phuntsok, Khenpo Karma Phuntsok, and Khenpo Karma Gendun gave teachings about various subjects; like importance of entering to sangha community, Dharma in our daily life, benefit of great devotion and hard working. The evening was conclude with Shedra monks performing debate in traditional way.

Yarney, the Summer Retreat Begins

July 12, 2014

The three-month long summer retreat has begin at Namo Buddha Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery. 

Early this morning, around 5 am, the monks gathered in the main shrine hall to do regular Sojong and  take retreat vows. This year, there are 68 Bikshus (Gelong) and 80 shramanas (Getsuls) staying in retreat.
During this whole retreat period, there will be daily Sojong, retreat prayers, and evening prayers. The retreatants's  lunch will be served in begging bowls and they will not take any solid food after lunch, no dinner.
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