Posts Tagged ‘Buddhism’
Telo Tulku Rinpoche (Dilowa Khutugtu)
Erdne Ombadykow (born October 27, 1972 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), also known as Telo Tulku Rinpoche, is the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader of the Kalmyk people. He received his formal training as a Buddhist monk in India and was recognized by the Dalai Lama as the current reincarnation of the Buddhist Mahasiddha Tilopa. Since 1992, he has served as the spiritual head of the Buddhists in Kalmykia. He divides his time between Kalmykia and his family in Erie, Colorado. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, Colorado, Dalai lama, Dilowa Khutugtu, Drepung Gomang Monastery, Elista, Erdne Ombadykow, Erie, India, Kalmykia, New York, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, reincarnation, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Tilopa, USA
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet
The Dalai Lama is a high lama in the Gelug or “Yellow Hat” branch of Tibetan Buddhism. The name is a combination of the Sino-Mongolian word далай (dalai) meaning “Ocean” and the Tibetan word བླ་མ་ bla-ma (with a silent “b”) meaning “chief, high priest”.
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Yesterday, July 31, 2014, in Elista, the capital of the Republic of Kalmykia, took place a big celebration – Turning of the Wheel of Buddha’s teachings.
Elista – European Capital of Buddhism. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, Buddhist holiday, Elista, holiday, Kalmykia, Yesterday
Art exhibition “Buddha’s Light” will be opened in the main buddhist temple in Elista city.
Opening of the exhibition on June 12 at 11.00.
Closing of the exhibition on July 4.
Welcome to the Republic of Kalmykia! Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, buddhist temples, Elista, exhibition, Kalmykia, temple
Venerable Prof. Samdhong visit Russian Federation, Republic of Kalmykia and Buryat Republic, reported Central Tibetan Administration (Dharamsala).
Former Kalon Tripa Venerable Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche visited Elista, the capital of Kalmyk Republic, from 3-6 June at the invitation extended by Shadjin (Head) Lama of Kalmykia and President of Kalmyk Buddhist Union, Rev. Telo Tulku Rinpoche, and former Prime Minster of Kalmyk Republic, Mr.Vladimir Sengleev, reported Central Tibetan Administration. He was warmly received at airport by Kalmyk Buddhists, Tibetans and members of Tibet Support Group. Ven. S. Rinpoche visited the main temple of Kalmykia “Golden Abode of Buddha Shakyamuni” and had meeting with resident monks headed by Rev. Telo Tulku Rinpoche. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, Buryat Republic, Central Tibetan Administration, Commentary on Nagarjuna’s Letter to a Friend, Elista, Friends of Tibet Society, Golden Abode of Buddha Shakyamuni, Kalmyk Buddhist Union, Kalmykia, Nagarjuna, Prime Minister, Republic of Kalmykia, Russia, Russian Federation, Samdhong Rinpoche, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Tibet, Tibet Support Group, visit to Elista, Visit to Kalmykia, visit to Russia, Vladimir Sengleev
Geshe Jampa Thinley’s lectures in Elista [ Ru ]
From 22 to 25 October 2013, in Elista, the capital of the Republic of Kalmykia, Geshe Jampa Thinley will give lectures, as was reported by a representative of the Department of Religion of Tourism Development Fund of Kalmykia.
Welcome to the lectures on Buddhism! Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, buddhist lectures, buddhist lessons, Department of religion and rituals, Elista, Geshe Jampa Thinley, Kalmykia
Textbook “Fundamentals of Buddhist culture” was published in Moscow (Russia) for 4th level school.
Authors of textbook: Baatr Kitinov, Ksenia Savchenko and Marina Yakushkina.
News from kalmykian paper “Elistinskaya panorama”
The trip was very exciting and interesting. I never thought that such an unusual city as Elista is so close to Volgograd. Elista is different from all the cities in the country by its eastern atmosphere. As if you find yourself in the eastern dragon tale with pagodas …
In general, Kalmykia, I think, a real paradise for tourists. There are many opportunities for almost any type of vacation.
We were particularly impressed by their originality capital of Kalmykia – Elista. Unlike the cities of Central Russia, Elista is fully saturated with religious culture. Wherever I look – everywhere there are elements of Buddhism. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, Egypt, Elista, independent travel, Kalmykia, khurul, Little China, Ministry of Sports Tourism and Youth Policy, potential for tourism, religious culture, Russia, steppe, T-shirts, Tourism in Europe, Tourism in Kalmykia, travel to Russia, trip, trip to Elista, trip to Kalmykia, Visit to Kalmykia, Volgograd
From 9:30 am welcome
12:30 pm H.H. the Dalai Lama rides in an open car from the castle to the temple
12:45 pm blessing ceremony of the new temple and the Buddha statue
02:00 pm – 03:30 pm teaching on Loving kindness
03:30 pm H.H. the Dalai Lama rides in an open car from the temple to the castle Read the rest of this entry »
His Holiness will bless the new Temple and the Buddha statue at 13:30hrs, followed by a teaching on Loving Kindness.
We expect a few thousands of visitors. It will be possible to follow the event on Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Belgium, blessing, Buddha, Buddhism, buddhist lessons, buddhist temples, Dalai lama, unique day, Yeunten Ling Institute
It’s been more than 20 years since the collapse of the USSR and the beginning of the period of genuine religious freedom in Russia. Great changes happened both in the country as well as in the minds and hearts of the citizens during this period. People became interested in religion, and as a consequence felt the need to revive traditional religious systems. These positive changes also happened in the only Buddhist republic of the European part of Russia – in Kalmyk Republic.
For the first time Oirats – Western Mongols, the ancestors of the Kalmyks, gained access to the Tibetan Buddhism in the XIII century, but during that period Buddhism was not widespread. It took firmer root at the end of 16 – early 17 century, during the rise of Gelug tradition, which came directly from Tibet and partly through Mongolia. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Alan Wallace, Barry Kerzin, Buddhism, Buddhism Gelug, Buddhism in Europe, Buddhism in Kalmykia, Buddhism in Russia, Chagdir Sandzhiev, Dalai lama, Dhammakayya, Dhammakayya Foundation, Dharma, Drepung Gomang Monastery, Elista, Gelug school, Geshe Wangyal, Gyudmed Monastery, Kalmykia, Land of Snow, Lobsang Tenpa, Mongolia, Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche, Nyingma school, Oirat, Oirat history, Pilgrimage, Reports, Ripa lineage, Russia, Sakya tradition, Sakya Trizin Ringoche, Sri Lanka, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Tenzin Priyadarshi, Thailand, Tibet, Tibetan Buddhism, Tibetan monastery, Tourism in Europe, touristic center, Tsam mystery, Western Mongols, Zaya Pandita
Robert Thurman is father of Uma Thurman, famous Hollywood`s star. He was invited to Elista by the Supreme Lama of Kalmykia – Telo Tulku Rinpoche.
Robert Thurman is disciple Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Alexander Berzin, Aquarium, Bodhicitta, Boris Grebenshchikov, Buddhism, Buddhism and modern education, Buddhism in Kalmykia, Buddhism in Russia, buddhist lessons, Columbia University, Enlightenment, Geshe Wangyal, Hollywood stars, Jeffrey Hopkins, Kalmyk State University, Lhasa, modern education, Mongolia, pilgrim, Pilgrimage, Robert Thurman, Shedule, spiritual lessons, Ted Seth Jacobs, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Tibet, Uma Thurman
“I am grateful that I exist in this world” – US-born Kalmyk Supreme Lama.
It is important not to give up hope, the sun is always going to shine tomorrow and there is always a brighter future, teaches Supreme Lama of Kalmykia Telo Tulku Rinpoche, born in America and preaching in Kalmykia. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, Buddhism in Europe, Buddhism in Russia, buddhist films, Elista, films, Kalmykia, Supreme Lama, Telo Tulku Rinpoche
Buddhism in Europe. December 11 in the Czech capital will come Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
This was the employee of the agency Mediafax the NGO Forum 2000 Philip Shebeko.
The Prague Congress Centre of the Dalai Lama will give a lecture on “The search for happiness in an uncertain world» (Hledání štěstí v nejistém světě), as well as take part in a roundtable organized by the Faculty of Philosophy at Charles University and on the problems of democracy and human rights in South East Asian countries. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhism, buddhist lessons, buddhist philosophy, Charles University, Czech President, Dalai lama, Europe, Philip Shebeko, Prague, Prague Express, Shirin Ebadi, Stephane Hessel, The Prague Congress Centre, The search for happiness in an uncertain world, Ticketpro, Vaclav Havel
“Buddhism in Russia” exhibition in Bhutan. A “Buddhism in Russia” exhibition has opened in Bhutan.
This is the first time such an exhibition has been organized in the Himalayan kingdom. Its aim is to promote and strengthen bilateral humanitarian and cultural relations.
On display are 19th and 20th -century photographs depicting Buddhist monasteries in Kalmykia, Buryatia and Tyva and 3d images of Buddhist relics that were presented to the Russian Czar Nicholas II. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Bhutan, Buddhism, Buddhism in Russia, Buddhist monasteries in Buryatia, Buddhist monasteries in Kalmykia, Buddhist monasteries in Tyva, Buddhist relics, Buryatia, exhibition, Himalayan kingdom, Peter the Great, Russia, Russian Czar Nicholas II, Tyva