Rinpoche’s Activities

The Foundation invites everybody to join dharma activities presided by Kunga Sangbo Rinpoche. There are no registration fees. Donations are welcome. Please contact 1000tara@gmail.com for registration or further detail.

August 14-15 2010

“Mantra and Meditation” at Khadiravana Center from 10:30 am on Saturday to 2 pm on Sunday. A new mantra stupa will be celebrated. There will be teachings on “How to be happy” and “Tibetan Buddhism for beginners”.

August 17, 2010

Meeting with Bodhisattva trainees, Cohort I. Foundation House, 7-8.30 pm.

August 19, 2010

Rinpoche joins the fish releasing ceremony and gives  a talk at Bodhisatan Mongkoltham, Rajawong, 6-7 pm.

August 21, 2010

Rinpoche participates in the conference on “Graceful Dying” at Room 105, Maha Chulalongkorn Building, Chulalongkorn University, 4 to 6 pm. He will teach on “Death and dying in Tibetan Buddhism”.

At 8-9 pm. Rinpoche will lead a prayer session at Bhichaiyat Temple, Klongsan.

August 22, 2010

Rinpoche conducts a meditation session and gives a talk on “Bodhisattva Training and the Six Paramitas.” He will also perform a Manjushri Empowerment. Venue is Room 105, Maha Chulalongkorn Building, Chulalongkorn University from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Interested persons can come and meditate in the room beginning from 9:00 am.

August 23, 2010

Rinpoche teaches on “The Four Immeasurables” at Bodhigaya Hall, 22nd floor, Amarin Sogo Building, Ploenchit Road, 7-9 pm. The Hall will be open for meditation at 5 pm.

August 24, 2010

Bodhisattva vow bestowing ceremony for Bodhisattva trainees, Cohort I. Foundation House, 7-9 pm.

August 25, 2010

Rinpoche will talk about the Dharma and gives out recommendations on the works of the Foundation to volunteers and staff members of the Foundation at the Foundation House, 6-8 pm. Dinner will be provided.

The foundation is grateful to Khun Duangdao Suwunarungsi for sponsoring Rinpoche’s plane tickets.

About Kunga Sangbo Rinpoche

Kunga Sangbo Rinpoche is one of the most prominent Sakya masters today. He is abbot of Tashi Gong Temple in Lhasa and Jyekundo Temple in Yushu, Amdo Province. He is a student of Luden Khen Rinpoche and His Holiness Sakya Trizin. He is one of the most respected academics on Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan language and culture in China, and has travelled to Thailand several times to give teachings.


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