[ Ru ] First Annual Conference for Kalmyk Youth in USA
July 17, 2015, New Jersey: The first annual conference for Kalmyk Youth in America concluded successfully in New Jersey last weekend after two days of workshops and guest speakers.
The conference was held in Freehold, New Jersey with over 30 participants between the ages Read the rest of this entry »Tags: American kalmyk, Anna Brunner, Boston, Bridgewater, Dalai lama, Dechen Kelden, diaspora, Dilowa Khutugtu, Elena Pakhoutova, Elista, financial support, Jalsa Urubshurow, Kalmyk music, Kalmykia, Kalmyks and Buddhism Then and Now, Kunsang Kelden, Lydia Moschkin, Nancy Djambinov, New Jersey, Pereborow family, Rubin Museum of Art, Russia, Tashi Lhunpo Temple, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, USA, Zoya Frolova
[ Ru ] June 28, 2013, in Manhatten non-profit organization “Kalmyk Project” held a regular meeting for members and guests. (The organization was founded at the initiative of the Kalmyks, who came from Russia, and officially incorporated in June 2013.)
This meeting was invited Telo Tulku Rinpoche, gave a lecture on “The Four Noble Truths.” After the lecture, Telo Tulku Rinpoche spent on the practice of meditation. The audience consisted of people of all ages who came to the meeting Read the rest of this entry »Tags: buddhist lectures, buddhist lessons, Four Noble Truths, Kalmyk Project, Kermen Brodsky, Mergen Boldyrev, New Jersey, New York, non-profit organization, Russia, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, USA, Virginia, Zanda Bembeeva, Zinaida Sangadzhieva