Bon Children Home

ความรักของคุรุท่านหนึ่งทำให้เด็กๆ หลายร้อยชีวิตเติบโต ทำให้ได้สืบสานพระธรรมและภูมิปัญญาโบราณไปสู่เยาวชนรุ่นใหม่ ขอแสดงมุทิตาจิตต่อพระอาจารย์ลาตรี ญีมา ทรักปา ริมโปเชสำหรับการก่อตั้งบ้านเด็กเพิน ณ ดอลันจี, แคว้นฮิมาล ประเทศ, อินเดีย ครบรอบ 25 ปี

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25 years ago a teacher made an aspiration to help children fulfill their dreams and to preserve Yungdrung Bon, Tibet’s ancient spiritual and cultural heritage. Even with small funds the project of building “The Bon Children Home” (Bon Bu Chim Khang) grew extraordinarily.

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Located in a Tibetan settlement in Dolanji, north India, Bon Children Home (BCH) was blessed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama and His Holiness Menri Trizin Rinpoche.

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Year by year poor children from Tibet and the Himalayas came to the Home and spend 12 years – one of the most memorable and critical periods of their lives there. The children not only receive Tibetan and English education, but also love and care from the teacher whom they call “karmic father,” mamas (child care teachers), and other staff.

As 25 years have passed, we wish to congratulate Latri Nyima Dakpa Rinpoche for your wonderful work for the children and for this precious heritage. Thank you for inviting us to be part of the Home’s historic celebration.

We will never forget the children’s remarkable talents on the stage and the morning song on the day of our departure. The song is filled with joy and hope that spreads everywhere throughout the foggy valley.

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Author: Krisadawan Kalsang Dawa กฤษดาวรรณ เมธาวิกุล

Dharma teacher, founder and president of the Thousand Stars Foundation

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