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Meet the Teachers of Shechen School: Part 4

November 12th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Lopen Choying Randol, Adminstrator and Teacher “My name is Choying Rangdol Rokaya.I am from the remote Dolpa district of Nepal.I came to Shechen Monastery when I was 12 and studied at the Shechen School. After that, I attended  Dratsang (monastic training in sacred arts) to study Buddhist rituals and texts, and then completed the nine-year […]

Meet the Teachers of Shechen School: Part 3

October 26th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Meet Dorzin Thinley: Teacher and Caretaker for the Children of Shechen Monastery: “My name is Thinley Gurung (aka Dorzin Thinley). More than twenty years ago Rinpoche gave me the responsibility to look after and teach the little monks (age 5 to 15) of Shechen Monastery. During that time I also participated in the first three-year retreat. During that time […]

Parinirvana Ceremonies

October 26th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

New York Parinirvana Ceremonies for Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche On October 19 the Shechen Dharma Friends of NYC hosted an all-day ceremony honoring the 25th  anniversary of the parinirvana of Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. Over 150 people attended the annual ceremony that was held at the Sherpa Temple in Queens, New York. The guru yoga from the terma (treasure teachings) […]

Meet the Shechen School Teachers Part 2

October 4th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Meet the Teachers of the Shechen School Jhabindra Kumar Subedi Principal of the Shechen School “My name is Jhabindra Kumar Subedi (aka Karma Tsering). I born at the eastern Terai region of Nepal. I did my primary education in my village and then came to Kathmandu for higher studies in science, law, and education. I […]

Your Generous Support Brings Success!

September 25th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Success – Thanks to you! Thank you all for the heartwarming and generous response to the Shechen School in Nepal’s request for help furnishing its new classrooms and for a washing machine. Any funds we received above the budget will be used for school supplies and books which are always needed. With appreciation, Students of […]

New Teachers at Shechen School Part 1

September 18th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Meet two new teachers who have officially joined the staff of the Shechen Secondary School in Nepal. Ani Tsultrim Dolma is one of two Tibetan language teachers: “I am a nun who was born in Tibet. In 1990, I went to South India in 19 to study at the Jangchup Choeling Nunnery in South India […]

Help Furnish the Shechen Upper Secondary School

September 10th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Sponsor a Chair, or a Desk, or the Whiteboards for the Shechen Upper Secondary School. With a gift from a new donor, we were able to build two additional classrooms for the many young monks studying at Shechen in Nepal. Funds are needed to furnish the new classrooms: • One desk $104 x 10 • […]

Shechen Tsering Art School Exhibition in Hong Kong

September 10th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

A new exhibition of thangkas painted by the Shechen Tsering Art School opened in Hong Kong September 1 until the 11th.  The director of Tsering Art School, Konchog Ladrepa, and five students and graduates from the school were invited by Khamgar Pendhe Ling Foundation to exhibit these sacred Tibetan paintings, The exhibition featured many magnificent […]

August/September Newsletter Online

September 10th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Our latest Shechen ENEWS has stories and photos of Rabjam Rinpoche’s travels, news of the Yarne, and more! Subscribe to get it delivered quarterly to your email.

Annual Summer Rain Retreat Begins

August 19th, 2016  |  by  |  published in NEWS

Every year the Shechen monks in India and Nepal and our nuns in Bhutan observe the Summer Rains Retreat. In the Nepal monastery, the practice is being held in the dining room until the temple which was damaged in the earthquake, can be restored. The practice stems from the Indian custom established by the Buddha […]

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