Posts Tagged ‘Buddhist monks’
Visit to Kalmykia
On Sunday, the 12th of June, the visit of the delegation of Buddhist monks (Myanmar) to Elista will be held.
The delegation is leaded by the head of the Sitagu International Buddhist Academy and well known internationally for his Dhamma teachings in English Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist monks, Dalai lama, Dhamma teachings, Elista, June, Kalmykia, Myanmar, religious teachings, visit to Elista, Visit to Kalmykia, White Lotus, White Lotus Hotel
Mandala in Ulan-Khol
During the week Buddhist monks from Drepung Gomang Monastery and Gollege and Gyudmed Tantric Monastic School (Tibet) will be constructing the sacred sand mandala of Green Tara in Ulan-Khol village of Lagan district of Republic of Kalmykia.
On the Sunday of the 12th of June, it is planned the triumphant destruction Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist monks, Green Tara, Gyudmed Monastery, June, Kalmykia, Lagan, Lagansky district, mandala, Mandala of Green Tara, Tibet, Ulan Khol
In the Republic of Kalmykia, 28 of May from 12.00 to 13.00, near sacred Lonely tree that is located near the settlement of Khar-Buluk district of Virgin, the monks of the central Buddhist temple “Golden Abode of Buddha” to hold worship the ground – “Gazr Tyaklgn” reports KalmykiaNews.
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In the tantric ceremony of Cham was attended by the monks from the Dzongsar monastery.
Video from Cham Dance Mystery Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Alexey Orlov, Buddhist monks, Cham Dance Mystery, Dzongsar monastery, Elista, Kalmykia, photos, September, tantric dances, tantric rituals, Tsam mystery
Cham Dance Mystery took place in Kalmykia.
In the ceremony of Cham Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist monastery, Buddhist monks, Buddhist ritual, Cham Dance Mystery, Dzongsar monastery, Elista, Kalmykia, tantric dances, tantric rituals, Tsam mystery
Cham Dance Mystery (Tsam Mystery) [ Ru ]
September, 20. 2015.
Cham Dance Mystery in Elista, the capital of the Buddhist Republic of Kalmykia.
Cham ceremony belongs to the Tantric Buddhism. This ceremony is Read the rest of this entry »Tags: ancient traditions, Buddhist holiday, Buddhist monks, Cham ceremony, Cham Dance Mystery, Elista, Kalmykia, Tsam mystery
Mandala of Yamantaka [ Es ]
Kalmykia: The monks of Drepung Gomang arrived in Kalmykia at the invitation of the Telo Tulku Rinpoche, today in central khurul Kalmykia started construction of a mandala of Yamantaka.
Distinguished guests warmly greeted by the receptionist of central temple venerable gene Lodoe and lay people who came to the prayer service and Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist monks, Buddhist ritual, Drepung Gomang Monastery, Elista, Geshe Lharampa Jinpa, Kalmykia, mandala, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Yamantaki
Today a group of the USA tourists came to Elista, the capital of Kalmykia. The tourists saw the places of interest in Elista and the history of the Kalmyk people.
Kalmyk guides told a lot of interesting about Buddhism, buddhistic monks an Buddha in English.
The USA tourisct decided Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist monks, chess, Chess city, Egyptian restaurant, Elista, excursion, Faraon, foreign tourists, Kalmyk dishes, Kalmykia, restaurant Pharaon, restaurants, Today, USA, wild animals
October 7, 2012, at 9:00, in Elista, the capital of Kalmykia, will tantric ritual “Tangra Kanso” – a ritual appeal to the protective deities.
During tantric ritual “Tangra Kanso” buddhist monks would call deities – the defenders of the Teaching and Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist monks, Buddhist ritual, defenders, Elista, Hayagriva, Kalarupu, Kalmykia, Mahakala, Palden Lhamo, Tangrak kangso, tantric rituals, Yamantaki
October 6, 2012, at 9:00, in Elista, the capital of blessed Kalmykia will tantric ritual “Yangdrub” – a ritual invocation of prosperity and wealth, according KalmykiaNews and KalmykiaTour.
This ritual people bring home vessels wealth which usually carefully stored in secret places.
Buddhist monks, referring to the gods, asking to send all living beings luck and health, wealth and Read the rest of this entry »Tags: Buddhist calendar, Buddhist monks, Buddhist ritual, calendar, Elista, Kalmyk monks, Kalmykia, prosperity, Spiritual News, tantric rituals, wealth, Yangdrub
Monument to Zaya Pandita
Zaya Pandita or Namkhaijamts (1599–1662) was a Buddhist missionary priest and scholar of Oirat origin who is the most prominent Oirat Buddhist scholar.
Zaya Pandita was the fifth son of Babakhan, a minor Khoshut-Oirat prince. After Babakhan converted to Buddhism in the early 17th century, he, like many of the other Oirat princes, wished for one of his sons to enter the Buddhist clergy. In pursuit of his wish, Babakhan chose Zaya to become a bandi (“novice”) monk. In 1615, Zaya journeyed to Lhasa, Tibet where he would study and practice Buddhism, including study under the guidance of the 4th Panchen Lama.
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Ngawang Wangyal [ De ]
(Wylie: Ngag-dbang Dbang-rgyal) (c. 1901-1983), popularly known as “Geshe Wangyal,” was a Buddhist priest and scholar of Kalmyk origin who was born in the Astrakhan province in southeast Russia sometime in 1901.
Geshe Wangyal was the youngest of four children and had chosen at age six to enter the monastery as a novice monk. After the Russian Civil War, Geshe Wangyal went to Lhasa, Tibet, where he studied at the Gomang College of Drepung Monastic University in Lhasa until 1935 when he decided to return to his homeland to obtain financial support to complete his studies. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: American kalmyk, Astrakhan, Buddhist monastery, Buddhist monks, Calcutta, Central Europe, Charles Bell, China, Columbia University, Dalai lama, Geshe Wangyal, India, Jeffrey Hopkins, Kalmyk monks, Lhasa, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Robert Thurman, Ted Seth Jacobs, Tibet, USA, Washington
Kalmykian New Year celebrates as one the most important events in the Buddhist history – achieving Parinirvana by the founder of the Gelug school Lama Zonkava. Kalmyks treat this person in a special way.
Supreme Lamas often say, that Kalmyks have a strong inseparable connection with Lama Zonkava, which lasts from the beginning of time. Lama Zonkava is Read the rest of this entry »Tags: bortsoki, Buddhist monks, Buddhist ritual, Elista, Gelug school, Golden Abode of Buddha Shakyamuni, Golden temple, holiday, kalmyk holidays, Kalmyk New Year, kalmyk tea, Kalmykia, khurul, prayer service, Zonkava, Zul holiday
Today, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka in the Russian Federation Mr. Udayanga Weeratunga, monks, FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, Deputy of State Duma of the Marina Mukabenova visited central temple of Kalmykia “Golden Abode of Buddha Shakyamuni“. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: ambassador, Buddhist monks, dinner, Elista, FIDE, Golden Abode of Buddha Shakyamuni, Golden temple, guests, Kalmykia, Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, Marina Mukabenova, Russia, Sri Lanka, Telo Tulku Rinpoche, Udayanga Weeratunga