Tempa Lama, April 29, 2019
Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche arrived at the Benchen Phuntsok Dargyeling Monastery in Swoyambhu on the 27th April after completing his journey to Bhutan, visiting various places and monasteries and giving teachings. Rinpoche will stay at the monastery in Swoyambhu for a while.
Tempa Lama, April 10, 2019
Dear Dharma Brothers and Sisters,
Our beloved master late Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche passed away on 30. March 2012. According to the Tibetan lunar calendar it was the 8th day of the 2nd month of the year 2139.
All of the Tibetan monasteries are following the lunar calendar. Therefore this year the anniversary falls on the 13th April. On that day our monastery will perform White Tara Puja and offer many lamps. All of us can use this opportunity to remember the love, kindness and teachings Tenga Rinpoche had given us in order for us to become better human beings.
Here are some pictures of the puja on April 13, 2019
Benchen Buddha Maitreya Project, March 31, 2019
We invite you to kindly support and make donation to “Benchen Buddha Maitreya Project”
By being a part of the “Benchen Buddha Maitreya Project” through funding or contributing to it, in cash or in kind, one continuously generates and accumulates good merits as long as the temple remains for the benefits of all.
The Buddha taught that one of the supreme means of accumulating merit and wisdom through the body, speech, and mind is by building monasteries and teaching centers.
A Monastery is not just
a place that shelters sacred statues, scriptures, and sangha, but also
a place where the sacred teachings of the Buddha are being taught to benefit so many.
A place where actual healing of the mind begins.
It is not a place where only one person comes but thousands will gather.
It is not where only one person teaches but many great teachers will teach.
These are some recent short videos from Benchen primery school. Please click the pictures to watch the videos
Benchen Sangha Committee, March 25, 2019
On request of Benchen Sangha Committee HE Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche will teach Jamgön Kongtrül's "Treasury of Knowledge" from October 13th for one mounth at Benchen Monastery, Kathmandu. There will be simultaneous translations in English, Chinese and Nepali.
The focus of all sessions is the 100-Million Recitation of Medicine Buddha Mantra. There will be a Medicine Buddha Empowerment on the first day and a Long-Life-Empowerment on the last.
Tea and meal will be served for everyone.
Sherab Wangchuk, March 20, 2019
Drubpon Dechen Rinpoche from Tsurpu Monastery visited Benchen Phuntsok Dargeling, Kathmandu. There is a short movie.
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