29 June 2015

Tulku Ugen's visit to Europe is delayed till Aug 15th, 2015

Here are the words of Tulku Ugen:

Dear Sangha,

As you may probably know by now my daughter Lhammu needs to go for surgery to remove a benign tumor which has grown on her pituitary gland which is near the brain. It is a very serious operation.

The operation will happen in Mumbai on July 15th. After visiting several doctors and hospital this is the best we could find.

She will be hospitalised at Hinduja Mahim on July 14th and shall remain there till July 20th if no complication arises. She will then need to remain in Mumbai for another 3 weeks in observation.

Under such circumstances I am sad to announce that i cannot come to Europe before August 15th.

Even then in order to make it for August 15th I would need an official invitation from the different organisers on their respective letter head with their respective itinerary. If the entire Tour can be rescheduled I shall be happy to come and fullfill my engagements.

Please bear in mind that upon reception of the invitation letters the visa application will take 3 weeks to process minimum after having duly filled all documents and applied for Shengen visa.

I am extremely sorry for this changed situation which I could not foresee nor avoid.

Yours Sincerely in the Dharma,

Tulku Ugen Chencho,

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18 June 2015

H.H C.R Lama Paranirvana Anniversary

Hello everyone,

This is just a short note to confirm that on the 4th day of the 5th tibetan month which falls this year on June 20th, 2015 we will be remembering and celebrating Rinpoche's Paranirvana anniversary.

On this occasion we shall raise prayer flags and perform the Big Rigdzin together with the monks and the community at Khordong Byangter Monastery.

Join us in your prayers and aspirations from wherever you are,

Sarwa Mangalam,

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2 June 2015

Happy Saga Dawa - 2nd June 2015

On this wonderful day of Saga Dawa the members of the Khordong Byangter Gompa have released fishes in the name of the people who participated and made the Kangyur recitation possible.

We wish to thank all the sponsors and supporters who had very kindly supported the Three Day Long Kangyur Recitation, begining with the Buddha Purnima during 3rd till 5th of May for The Benefit of all the victims who lost their lives in Nepal and India during the last 25th April 2015 earthquake with generous donation and genuine wish for the same.
I would also like to express  my happiness to announce the first time recitation of the Kangyur at the Gompa which was a long time aspiration to do so. And this also could happen  for a very good cause.
May all sponsors and well wishers who took keen interest be benefited by dedicating the merit of the same.

I have received details from Mr. Alexis Lefort and Mrs Nathalie Koralnik of all the kind people who have encouraged us in such noble activity through their generous Big or Small  donations. I personally thank you all for your continued support and hope to receive your active support in coming future as well. I thank our friends from Malaysia and Australia who were at the origin of the project and who collected the seed money to see it started, I also thank the Amalha Association from Belgium who supported through their organisation.
I cannot end this note without saying  Big Thanks to Mr.Alexis Lefort and Mrs Nathalie Koralnik for their logistic support without which it would have been impossible to take place .


Sarva Mangalam.  Tulku Ugen

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