Lojong Teachings during Kagyu Monlam at Benchen Monastery

from Benchen Library, March 31, 2018

A teaching on the Seven Points of Mind Training by His Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche during 19th Nepal Kagyu Monlam held at Benchen Monastery from March 29—31, 2018.

Please enjoy the teaching on YouTube.com

Seven Points of Mind Training English

Seven Points of Mind Training Tibetan

 

Transmission of the Nyingtik Yabshi at Benchen Monastery

from Benchen Library, March 22, 2018

His Eminence Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche's timeless teachings from the complete transmission of Nyingtik Yashi at Benchen Monastery in Swayambhu, Nepal, from 18—28th March, 2018.

Videos are available on youtube.com:

First Day                  Second Day             Third Day             Forth Day

Fifth Day                   Sixth Day               Seventh Day        Eighth Day

 Ninth Day

Meeting HE Goshir Gyaltsab Rinpoche

from Tempa Lama, March 5, 2018

According to the advice of His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa and His Eminence Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche Yangsi went to receive blessings from His Eminence Goshir Gyaltsab Rinpoche. During the time of our visit His Eminence was residing at the Tergar Monastery in Bodhgaya. Following the advice Yangsi Rinpoche and retinue arrived there on the 22nd February, 2018.
In the morning of the 25th at 8am Yangsi Rinpoche had an audience with HE Goshir Gyaltsab Rinpoche at the shrine hall of Terar Gompa. The monks from the Tergar Monastery, the tulkus and monks from Ralang Monastery, as much as the administrators of the Rumtek Monastery prepared a nice welcome to Yangsi Rinpoche at the Tergar Gompa.
Yangsi Rinpoche offered a mandala kusungtug to HE Goshir Gyaltsab Rinpoche. His Eminence offered Yangsi Rinpoche a very nice Buddha statue, a rare left-turning conch and his wishes that Yangsi Rinpoche may benefit many sentient beings.
Afterwards we all had auspicious tea and rice together. Then His Eminence performed a purifying ceremony for Yangsi Rinpoche.The tulkus, monks, nuns and devotees from Ralang offered a mandala kusungtug to Tenga Rinpoche Yangsi. Also present were the representatives of His Holiness Karmapa and the Tsurphu Labrang, Khenpo Garwang and Gyaltsen Sonam.

Black Hat Lama dance at Benchen Monastery 2018

from Benchen Monastery, February 21, 2018

Black Hat Drum Dance (Shanag Ngacham) choreographed by the Sixth Karmapa Thongwa Donden was performed on the 13th of February 2018 at Benchen Monastery as a part of the annual Mahakala Puja at the end of every year on (28.12.2144) according to Tibetan calendar presided over by H.E. Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche. For the first time Yangsi Tenga Rinpoche took part and eagerly observed the Lama Dance.

Please watch the Black Hat Lama Dance on youtube here

 

1st Day of the Mahakala Puja at Benchen Monastery 2018

from Sherab Wangchuk, February 7, 2018

Losar Mahakala puja has started at Benchen monastery. Until Losar (February 16, 2018) there will be pujas and dancing every day. Please watch Benchen Library's video on YouTube.com by clicking the link

1st Day of the Mahakala Puja at Benchen Monastery 2018

Losar preperations 2018

Pictures by courtesy of Benchen Shedra Monastery, Pharping, February 6, 2018

Please enjoy these colorful impressions of the preperations for Losar and the upcoming year of the Earth-Dog at Benchen Monastery, Nepal. A lot of work to do for everybody.

Final notice to the forthcoming transmission of the Nyingtik Yabshi

from Benchen Phuntsok Dargyeling Monastery, March 09, 2018  

There will be a mandatory commitment to receive the Nyingtik Yabshi transmission.

Please read Tibetan and English announcement by clicking here

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Return of H.E. Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche to Nepal

from Sherab Wangchuk, January 4, 2018

In the evening of the 2nd January, 2018, His Eminence Drupwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche returned to Benchen Monastery in Kathmandu Nepal following a very successful visit to Rumtek Monastery in Sikkim-- the main seat of His Holiness The Gyalwa Karmapa. Rinpoche fulfilled the Dharma wishes of the thousands who had gathered there over two months in order to receive the oral transition of the Kangyur. In addition, Rinpoche fulfilled every request for many other transitions of various texts by the gathered Nobel Sanga from all schools of Tibetan Buddhism: Nyingma, Sakya, Kagyu, Geluk and Jonung.

On the 3rd January at 9am the Benchen Monastery Community gathered together to welcome Rinpoche back. In order to rejoice and thank him for turning the wheel of Dharma, they conducted a welcoming ceremony. Khenpo Woesung gave a wonderful address mainly focusing on a short biography of Nyenpa Rinpoche's activities. Then The Sixteen Arhats Puja and individual khatak offerings were performed. Before the conclusion, Rinpoche gave a brief account of his time at Rumtek and gave us all some essential Dharma advice.

Chagdzo Lama Tenam was presented with khataks from those present, as a mark of our gratitude and appreciation for his lifelong sincere service to Rinpoche. We were very fortunate to enjoy the presence of Rinpoche's father and mother, who were offered khatak form the gathering in order to honour, thank and show our appreciation to them. Rinpoche will remain in Nepal for some time.

Please enjoy the video on youtube.com by clicking here

Khenpo Woesung's Speech only in tibetan

Happy Birthday

click to enlarge December 14th was Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche Yangsi's birthday.

Happy Birthday, all the best and a long life!

Please enjoy this video clip on YouTube.com

 

Swayambhu Stupa: the clean-up

from Sherab Wangchuk, December 1, 2017

On 1st December 2017, Benchen Monastery and Samten Ling Monastery worked together to clean the area of the Swayambhu Stupa. The clean-up started at 8.00am, beginning from the top, at the forest all the way down. The monks worked very hard putting in much effort to clear bits and pieces of rubbish which had been thrown into the forest. The area looks much cleaner now.
Lunch was served at 1.00pm at Benchen Monastery.
This cleaning programme of Swayambhu Stupa was organised by Khorgyug - the Benchen Environment Protection Organisation. The local authority helped by providing trucks and lorries which carried away all the garbage for disposal at a dumping ground.

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