Event: Choetrul Duechen (Buddha's great Miracles day)
Event (Buddha's Great Miracles): 108 Tsog offerings and 108 Butter lamps offerings
Date: Sunday, March 12th
On full moon day of 1st lunar month (Sunday, March 16th) is celebrated as Great Miracles day. On this Buddha perform great…
Losar Celebration (Lunar New year) on Feb, 27th…
Event: Losar celebration Puja
Date: Monday, Feb, 27th at 6am
Requested to come in clean dress or traditonal dress and khatas for offerings.
Event: New year dinner party
Date: Saturday, March, 4th at 6pm
Delicious meals and multicultual music concert.…
The new monastery will be built in the ancient style of Buddhist monasteries, with a main assembly hall, small temples, and residences. Just like in Tibet and other Buddhist countries, the architecture of these buildings is intended to embody the wisdom teachings of Buddha. Doors, windows, rooftops and rooms have their own symbolic meanings. The buildings themselves will enable visitors to step into these sacred teachings.
Recognizing our interdependence on other beings and our natural environment, the buildings will use all available means to be in harmonious balance. The monastery will unite traditional monastic architectural principles with modern environmental building standards. This creates a powerful blend of ancient wisdom and modern knowledge to provide the spiritual and material conditions necessary to support the transmission of this precious lineage.
The buildings will be constructed in phases:
Phase 1 (Completed): The first phase was completed with the installation of water, electric and phone lines.
Phase 2 (Completed): The second phase will begin with the construction of the main assembly hall. This will include:
Phase 3 (Future Project): The final phase of construction will include construction of ancillary buildings and exterior spaces: