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Noble Activities of H.E – Buffaloes

Tuesday, 23/6/2009 - 4:42am

Saved from being butchered for meat by H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche, these 14 buffaloes now produce much of the monasteries daily milk.

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Noble Activities of H.E – Gaden Shartse Tibetan Office

Tuesday, 23/6/2009 - 4:21am

By request H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche help raise funds for furnishing and equiping the Gaden Shartse Tibetan Office. This office [...]

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Noble Activities of H.E – Gaden Shartse Hospital

Tuesday, 23/6/2009 - 3:43am

H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche and his students help to make Gaden Shartse Hospital operational raising the much needed RM295,000. Many [...]

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Noble Activities of H.E – Tsem Ladrang Gaden

Tuesday, 23/6/2009 - 2:45am

After obtaining financial sponsorship to build his own Ladrang within the monastery, H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche offered his Ladrang to [...]

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Noble Activities of H.E – Pukhang Khangtsen

Tuesday, 23/6/2009 - 2:36am

At the request of his Gurus, H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche went abroad to raise funds to rebuild his Khangtsen, enough [...]

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Noble Activities of H.E – Debate Courtyard

Tuesday, 23/6/2009 - 2:17am

Monks debate twice a day to sharpen their minds through logic, reason, and understanding in the courtyard sponsored by H.E. [...]

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Blessed Pujas at Gaden Shartse

Wednesday, 17/6/2009 - 11:42pm

Ladrang Liaisons and Liaison of Personal Affairs Ruby Khong visited Gaden Monastery to attend the pujas that had been sponsored [...]

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A Special Setrap Chakra Puja!

Wednesday, 17/6/2009 - 4:40pm

The chakras are made by monks in Gaden Shartse Monastery in India and in Nepal, with extensive prayers and pujas [...]

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The Lama Camps

Wednesday, 17/6/2009 - 3:39pm

Mundgod, located in the state of Karnataka is the site of 9 Lama Camps – Tibetan refugee camps – as [...]

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Private Audiences with The Abbot and Abbot Emeritus of Gaden Shartse!

Wednesday, 17/6/2009 - 3:03pm

During the recent visit to Gaden Monastery, the Liaisons were granted private audiences with both the Abbot and Abbot Emeritus [...]

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