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His Holiness the 12th Gyalwang Drukpa will be leading a walking pilgrimage between 23rd May and the 3rd July 2009, starting from Manali, Himachal Pradesh, and finishing in Hemis, Ladakh. It will cover a total journey of approximately 400km, crossing about five Himalayan passes, the highest of which are Shikunla and Singgela, both measuring approximately 5,200m above sea level. There is a website at http://walking.drukpa.com Full details on the pilgrimage are available there, including how to take part physically (for the whole pilgrimage or in smaller sections), or by way of sponsoring the walk. Download the yatra-sponsorship-form here.

Today, the Annual Drukpa Council (“ADC”) committee welcomed over 40 Rinpoches, Tulkus and Khenpos to Druk Amitabha Mountain, home of 300 Drukpa nuns. Despite the strikes in Kathmandu which prevented cars from reaching Druk Amitabha Mountain, hundreds of monks, nuns and lay people lined up with khatas to welcome these precious masters. The ADC committee introduced the visiting masters to the premises where the nuns run and maintain a coffee shop, gift shop, guesthouse, temple, stupa and educational halls.

Lama Nawang

Here are some audio recordings of Drubpön Nawang's recent teachings based on a text by Kunkhyen Pema Karpo, a commentary on Shantideva's Bodhicaryavatara - Guide to the Bodhisattva's way of life. Listen/download part 1 (Tuesday) here Listen/download part 2 (Wednesday) here Listen/download part 3 (Thursday) here Note - these recordings are approx 2.5hrs long and 110 Mb each in size, so will take a while to download. You may be best to right click the link and select a "save to disk" option.

Wednesday, 04 March 2009 01:59

New DVD in the online shop.

wisdomladvdcover We are pleased to announce the release of the dvd of His Holiness's recent public talk in London - "Wisdom, Love and Action". It is also worth noting that the online shop is now taking credit card payments via Paypal.
Tuesday, 24 February 2009 13:12

Drubpön Nawang's visit to London in March

Lama NawangDrubpön Nawang will be giving a series of Buddhist teachings and meditation sessions this March at Dragon Hall in Holborn, central London. 9th March 19:30 - 21:30 (purple room) 10th March 18:30 - 21:30 (green room) 12th March 18:30 - 21:30 (green room) The address of Dragon Hall is: 17 Stukeley Street London WC2B 5LT and they have a website www.dragonhall.org.uk which has a map on it. The nearest tube is Holborn. From there, walk down High Holborn westbound (towards Tottenham Court Road). Where the road forks, take the left (the right fork is New Oxford Street). Just past the Old Holborn Town Hall, on the left, is a turning called Smart's place, you go down there, and left at the bottom of the street, into Stukeley Street. Dragon Hall is the modern building on the left, and the entrance is 20 metres or so past the big roller shutters. Those that remember the old City Lit will know Stukeley Street. They have a kitchen where we will be able to make hot drinks. Please contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or use the contact form if you need more information.
Tuesday, 24 February 2009 12:12

Drubpön Nawang - Teaching & Meditation

Drubpön Nawang will be giving a series of Buddhist teachings and meditation sessions this March at Dragon Hall in Holborn, central London. 9th March 19:30 - 21:30 (purple room) 10th March 18:30 - 21:30 (green room) 12th March 18:30 - 21:30 (green room) The address of Dragon Hall is: 17 Stukeley Street London WC2B 5LT and they have a website www.dragonhall.org.uk which has a map on it. The nearest tube is Holborn. From there, walk down High Holborn westbound (towards Tottenham Court Road). Where the road forks, take the left (the right fork is New Oxford Street). Just past the Old Holborn Town Hall, on the left, is a turning called Smart's place, you go down there, and left at the bottom of the street, into Stukeley Street. Dragon Hall is the modern building on the left, and the entrance is 20 metres or so past the big roller shutters. Those that remember the old City Lit will know Stukeley Street. They have a kitchen where we will be able to make hot drinks. Please contact us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or use the contact form if you need more information.
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