Centennial Celebrations in Nepal Feb. 2010, photo by Matthieu Ricard Yangsi Rinpoche meets with children in Vermont, 2010 photo by Matthieu Ricard Centennial Celebrations of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1910-1991), Shechen Monastery, Nepal, 20-22 February, 2010  photo Matthieu Ricard Directions to Shechen Monastery and Guest House Samye Monastery in Tibet. Photo by matthieu Ricard A double rainbow appears over Palpung Monastery (Kham, eastern Tibet) as Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche’s party approaches. 1986. Photo by Mattheiu Ricrd The stupa of Swayambunath, on top of a small hill in the western part of Kathmandu, in Nepal. photo Matthieu Ricard Paro Taksang, the ‘Tiger’s Lair,’ one of the most spectacular sites in the Himalayas and the most venerated site in Bhutan, is a set of temples built in the seventeenth century on a vertiginous cliff.Photo by Matthieu Ricard Mount Bahla, which rises at an altitude of 15,000 feet over the Denkhok Valley, where the Drichu River flows (known as Yangtse River in China). There is a cave in the cliff where the great Tibetan master Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche spent one winter in retreat The Great Stupa of Baudhnath, Nepal lit by 100,000 butter lamps for the passing on Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche  1991  photo Matthieu Ricard Nomads on horseback rush to greet Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche on his first visit back to Tibet in 1985.photo Matthieu Ricard Forest of prayer flags in Bhutan. photo Matthieu Ricard Stupa built in  India to honor Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. It is located on the grounds of Shechen Monastery in Bodhgaya. photo Matthieu Ricard Rabjam Rinpoche in Sissiang Nunnery in Bhutan where he is in charge of 100 nuns. Yangsi Rinpoche in front of the stupa built in Sankista  in fulfillment of  Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche's vision. December  2010 There are over 90 children under 15 years old studying at Shechen Monastery, Nepal. Shechen Monastery Nepal.Annual Tsechu Dance Festival.Eight Manifestations of Guru Padmasambhava.Photo Matthieu Ricard