Teaching and Long Life Offering – Geshe Thupten Thinley at Shar Gaden, 2012

May 30, 2012 by  
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His Eminence Geshe Thupten Thinley confers the commentary of the Essence of Eloquence on the Interpretive and Definitive Meanings compoased by the incomparable Je Tsongkhapa Chenpo, to the devoted monks and lay people community of Shar Gaden.

Geshe Thupten Thinley Rinpoche is being invited to the teaching courtyard. Domo Geshe Rinpoche also attended this teaching. There were many other monks and tulkus present.

The Long Life Offering To His Eminence Geshe Thupten Thinley by the devoted sponsors and the Ssangha community.

This is a very beautiful video that highlights on Shar Gaden Monks.


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Tibetan public talk 2012 Feb : Interview with Legthang Tenzin Gyatso

May 17, 2012 by  
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This is a Tibetan talk show. It is very inspiring to see Dorje Shugden Lamas like Legthang Tenzin Gyatso getting more publicity.

Legthang Tenzin Gyatso is the Chief Director of the Dharma Bridge Foundation. The Foundation provides English language education at Shar Gaden and other Buddhist Monasteries in Nepal and India.

Their goal is to work hand in hand with the already existing educational programs at the monasteries, providing valuable assistance to meet the educational needs of the monks in their studies. The monks in these monasteries are the future of our lineage. It is these monks who will carry the pure Gelug lineage into the future.

Using English as a tool, they will be able to spread our lineage into every corner of the globe so that the spiritual needs of countless beings would be met.


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Tordup and Losar-2012 at Shar Gaden Monastery

May 4, 2012 by  
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This video shows the Tibetan New Year pujas at Shar Gaden Monastery.


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Serpom Monastery Inauguration Ceremony

April 22, 2012 by  
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(Part 1 of 11) Introduction to Serpom Monastery and Welcoming Ceremony for Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche

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(Part 2 of 11) Debate session between monks of Serpom Monastery and Shar Gaden Monastery

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(Part 3 of 11) Inauguration and Consecration of the Assemply Hall of Serpom Monastery
by Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche, followed by Mangja Puja

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(Part 4 of 11) The Invocations of Dharmapalas Dorje Shugden, Jowo Chingarwa,
Setrap and Kache Marpo in the Assembly Hall of Serpom Monastery

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(Part 5 of 11) The Opening Ceremony of Serpom Monastery presided by the chief guests:

His Eminence Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche, His Excellency Shri S.A. Ramdas (Honorable Minister for Medical Education from Health & Family Welfare Department and Mysore Distric Minister), Shri Venkatesh (Member of Legislature Assembly) with participation by local authorities, chairmen of Indian organizations, venerable monks, and delegates and guests from 18 different countries

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(Part 6 of 11) The Opening Ceremony of Serpom Monastery presided by the chief guests:

His Eminence Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche, His Excellency Shri S.A. Ramdas (Honorable Minister for Medical Education from Health & Family Welfare Department and Mysore Distric Minister), Shri Venkatesh (Member of Legislature Assembly) with participation by local authorities, chairmen of Indian organizations, venerable monks, and delegates and guests from 18 different countries

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(Part 7 of 11) Serpom monks engage in Buddhist studies in a systematic way, and therefore Buddhist education
is making rapid progress. It goes without saying that it is a good example for Buddhism in general

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(Part 8 of 11)  On the occasion, Dungkar Samten Choeling Monastery from Darjeeling presented Buddhist traditional Cham dance. The Cultural Dance Department of Shar Gaden Monastery performed Tashi Shopa and Snow Lion dance

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(Part 9 of 11) Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche has kindly given oral transmissions, commentaries and
empowerments to thousands of devotees at Serpom Monastery

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(Part 10 of 11) Serpom Monastery and devotees offered Long Life Puja to Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche

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(Part 11 of 11) Kyabje Yongyal Rinpoche paid visit to debate session and various departments of Serpom Monastery

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The Debate Test-2011

September 28, 2011 by  
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The Debate Test of the Annual Geluk Exam is displayed before the superior masters of both monasteries – Shar Gaden and Serpom. This year (2011), it takes place in Shar Gaden as per the rule of rotating its venue every year. It is an acid test for every exam candidate where randomly-selected subjects written on a piece of paper are selected and debated upon. Each candidate needs to demonstrate the highest level of debating skills in this exam.


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The Geluk Exam – 2011

September 28, 2011 by  
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The Gelug Exam is widely known as the final stage of Buddhist studies within the monastic community especially in terms of Sutra studies. A monk must pass his monastery’s local exam where one must participate in all the related subjects like the Vinaya class (either 1st year or 2nd year) in order to be a fully eligible for the Gelug Exam.

In Tibet, this particular exam tradition was unknown to the general populace. Instead, they had the Geshe Debate Test that was conducted during the Lhasa Monlam Chenmo (The Great Prayer Festival) which is the equivalent of the contemporary exam with the exception of the philosophical writing test and grammatical discourse. The Geluk Exam was founded after 1959 (post Tibetan diaspora) and several modifications were later implemented in order to increase the scope of the exam.

The current general board of the Gelug Exam, which consists of the general supervisory staff from each monastic college: Shar Gaden and Serpom Monastery. Their responsibilities are to organise the most suitable time and venue for the exam. These board members are appointed with the consent and mutual agreement from the monastic colleges in order to ensure the successful continuation of the tradition so that it will be joyfully savored by future generations.

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Currently, the exam is a 4-year course, and the final exam is held once a year during the Yarne season. In the past, it used to be a 6-year course but later reduced to 2 years in the wake of the segregation in 2008, which caused a sudden drop in participants. But that’s no longer a problem. A participant who manages to pass consistently for these four years will be conferred the Geshe Lharampa Degree (a monastic equivalent of the Phd in Buddhist studies) and he may spend a couple of years either in the Upper or Lower Tantric University (Gyuto / Gyume) for intensive Tantric experimentation thereafter in accordance with the Gelug tradition. Therefore, we prefer our own extraordinary tradition.

This year’s Gelug Exam will be held at Shar Gaden with many participants from Serpom monastery. This event traditionally begins from the 4th of September to 17th September 2011. We wish all the participants a great success and may their wholesome deeds cause eternal tranquility amongst all beings.

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Monlam Festival at Serpom Monastery

August 18, 2011 by  
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Pictures of the Monlam Festival at Serpom Monastery in 2011, set to Buddha Shakyamuni’s mantra, recorded by Asa Bennet and Kelsang Yangchan.


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2011 Late Night Debate Ceremony at Shar Gaden

March 4, 2011 by  
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During this congregational debate ceremony at Shar Gaden, the assembly extensively debate on every major subject of Buddhist philosophy, including valid cognition, the six paramitas, the middle way, abhidhamma-kosa, and vinaya. The debate takes place in Shar Gaden’s sparkling new debate courtyard.


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Shar Gaden Monks Dissolving Sand Mandala

January 13, 2011 by  
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(3:25) Shar Gaden monks dissolving a sand mandala in Füssen, Germany. A mandala is a deeply profound,
universal symbol that translates literally to mean the “center and its surroundings” and is a physical
representation of the universe and the interdependence within the universe, which means that everything
and everyone is interlinked in one way or another. Mandalas may be found in many forms, but always
include a circle, a central point, and symmetry. These sand mandalas take days for monks to create yet
are dissolved in minutes and this dissolution epitomizes impermanence.


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Shar Gaden Monastery with Dorje Shugden mantra

January 13, 2011 by  
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(5:41) A view of activities in Shar Gaden with the Dorje Shugden mantra being recited in the background, set to music.


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The Invocation of Peaceful Dulzin on 29th, Nov 2010 at Shar Gaden (part 1 & 2)

December 10, 2010 by  
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In this video, the oracle takes trance of Dorje Shugden in the aspect of a peaceful Duldzin and answering questions
posed to him by Shar Gaden monks. How fortunate we are, that the tradition of oracles still exists and they can
take trance of enlightened protectors to assist us in spiritual and worldly matters..

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In this video, the oracle takes trance of Dorje Shugden in the aspect of a peaceful Duldzin, giving blessings to
the Shar Gaden sangha.


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Shar Gaden Consecration Puja 2010 – DAY 3

November 6, 2010 by  
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The Consecration Puja is one of the holiest spiritual events of Shar Gaden, which lasts for three days.
It starts from 8th, October 2010 and goes on until 10th, October 2010.


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Shar Gaden Consecration Puja 2010 – DAY 2

October 28, 2010 by  
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The Annual Consecration Ritual Pujas are performed once a year as part of Shar Gaden’s significant
Dharmic events. It is a three-day puja that begins on 8th October and lasts through to 10th October.

It is dedicated to all sentient beings around the world – that they may be free from suffering, poverty,
war, ailments, financial crisis and etc. At the same time, it is to pray that each sentient being may be
introduced to the true path of life that leads to eternal happiness.

These pujas are also done to avert any coming climate or natural disasters or unpleasant events around
the globe. May there always be understanding, mutual respect and friendship among all races, religions
and regions.

The highlights of this 3-Day event is the extensive Yamantaka 13-Deity- Sand Mandala and the Yamantaka
Fire Puja, accompanied by unique hand gestures and melodic recitation of the mantras.


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Shar Gaden Consecration Puja 2010 – DAY 1

October 28, 2010 by  
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The Consecration Puja is one of the holiest spiritual events of Shar Gaden, which lasts for three days.
It starts from 8th, October 2010 and goes on until 10th, October 2010.


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Shar Gaden History Part 2 – How the monastery arose

October 12, 2010 by  
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This video describes in brief Gaden monastery’s history and how Shar Gaden arose from Dokhang Khangtsen
of Gaden Shartse. It also highlights that Tibet historically had conflict with foreign powers, such as
Britain, Ladakh, Mongolia, and Germany (Nazis), leading to the exodus of many Tibetans in the 1959 and
the reestablishment of the three great seats of Gelugpa tradition in Buxa, India in 1962.


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Shar Gaden Performing Arts

September 27, 2010 by  
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Shar Gaden Performing Arts Association was invited and requested to perform Tibetan Traditional Dances, including
Snow Lion Dance and Yak by the Northern Karnatak Police Department on 24th December, 2009 during the Annual
Sports Meets.


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Shar Gaden History Part 1 – Ganden Shartse Monastery in the early days

September 26, 2010 by  
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This beautiful historical video showcases what the life of monks was like during the early days in Gaden Shartse
Monastery, circa 1985. The video features Khensur Jampa Yeshe Rinpoche, as well as footage of monks studying
and senior monks making tormas in Zong Labrang.

It was from Gaden Shartse that Shar Gaden Monastery later arose on 23rd, February 2008, primarily from the
members of Dokhang Khamtsen. Shar Gaden continues to grow day by day under the leadership of the Abbot
Ven. Geshe Lobsang Phende, and with more than 750 monks living in-house, working, studying and upholding
the lineage of Dorje Shugden.


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Cultivation of Rice Fields

September 6, 2010 by  
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From 29th of May 2010, Shar Gaden has started cultivating 20 acres of rice fields which were allotted to us during controversial partition in March 2008. In 1960s, Indian government allocated lands properties to every individual of Buzar monks one acre per a monk purposely for farming, so Gaden Shartse had nearly 90 members at the time. Later the allocation of properties including the land were based on quantity of Buzar members.

Even though we have established separate monastery, our manner of conducting puja, sustaining monastic systems and rules and regulations have been remained as same as we used to have to in Gaden Shartse which were assembled by Previous Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche and Kyabje Song Rinpoche.

This unfolding information of activities related to farming has been important since some certain group of people making baseless allegation that Lord Dorje Shugden practitioners especially monasteries are receiving enormous financial patronage from Chinese Administration for many years, as everyone knows that the main source of economy growth of the monasteries in South India are generosity of their benefactors, monks tour program in abroad and profit of selling crops to local distributors etc neither we are involved as mentioned nor other monasteries.

rice

Once Gelong Lepe Karma said “I have been with Gautama Buddha and had examined him for 12 years, and I have not seen a tiny thing in the name of wisdom in him” Maybe this quote will suit very well with these people who are in reality not blind but pretending being blind. Who are getting what and who are involved is concise and most noticeable only if your mind is not partially preconditioned !

In these photos, monks are willingly working co-operatively with the hired Indian villagers in the fields despite of scorching weather 36 D ‘c (fahrenheit)

 

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Tsongkhapa Parinirvana Day – Prayers in Shar Gaden

January 6, 2010 by  
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Monks in Shar Gaden, offering Ghanachakra Tsok on Lama Tsongkhapa’s Parinirvana day.

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Shar Gaden – Debate Session

January 6, 2010 by  
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Watch this video of monks studying, and debating in Shar Gaden.

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H.H. Gaden Trisur Rinpoche defects to the Dorje Shugden Camp

September 20, 2009 by  
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The term of office for the current Gaden Tripa has finished. He has successfully finished his term. He has the
title now of His Holiness Gaden Trisur Rinpoche Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal. He primarily resides in France
although he has a ladrang in Gaden Shartse, Nepal and Yangthing, Tibet.

Gaden Tripa-Gaden throne holder
Gaden Trisur-Gaden’s ex-throne holder Emeritus

Gaden Trisur Rinpoche belongs to the Dokhang Khangtsen house of Gaden Shartse Monastery formerly. He
studied and recieved his geshe degree in Gaden Shartse. Later he became Gaden Tripa.

Gaden Trisur Rinpoche has never journeyed to Gaden Shartse Monastery to swear in or take a oath that he
gives up Dorje Shugden. In a stunning turn around, he has officially left Gaden Shartse Monastery and joined
SHAR GADEN MONASTERY similar with other elite lamas such as Trijang Rinpoche and Dromo Geshe
Rinpoche recently.

Gaden Trisur’s household (ladrang) all together with HH Gaden Trisur Rinpoche have joined Shar Gaden
Monastery.

It is a stunning and ‘shocking’ move as Gaden Trisur Rinpoche is a very high ranking Lama within the Gelug
Heirachy.

Gaden Trisur’s assistant was sent to speak with the current Gaden Shartse Abbot that he is leaving Shartse
Monastery and joining Shar Gaden. It is exactly what happened to Trijang Rinpoche and his ladrang in Gaden.

So two big ladrangs from Shartse has left and joined Shar Gaden.

Gaden Trisur’s throne that is in Shartse will remain in Shartse just like Trijang Rinpoche’s throne although he
has left Shartse Monastery completely.

HH Gaden Trisur Rinpoche was the student of the previous Kyabje Trijang Dorje Chang.

This eventful move will embarrass the Tibetan Government in exile and also ‘teach’ them a lesson. That not
everyone is afraid of them and there are high ranking lamas who will stand up for what they believe. With time,
more and more monks will defect to Shar Gaden Monastery because they remain loyal to their lineage, lamas,
and practices.

In Sera, Gaden, Drepung, Tashilungpo, Gyuto and Gyurme Monasteries take a fake oath as they put it to
temporarily quiet down the Tibetan Government and their unjust/undemocratic persecution of Dorje Shugden
devotees.

They stand up in front of the congregation(if they don’t, then expulsion from the Monastery) and read the
words that ‘swear’ they abandon Dorje Shugden and will not be associated with Dorje Shugden followers in any
manner. The monks say they just read the words and do not feel anything from their heart. It is pure
persecution. Many monks dare not say or speak out against the Tibetan government, but they are in that
opinion. With Gaden Trisur’s recent move, it will give strength to many who are persecuted up till today.

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ADDITIONAL CONFIRMATION: Tuesday Jan 26,2010

Half hour ago, a phone call was made to HH Trisur Rinpoche’s personal assistant to confirm their entry into
Shar Gaden.
Trisur Rinpoche’s personal assistant replied a firm YES.

His Holiness Gaden Trisur Rinpoche Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal who was the 101st Throne Holder of Tsongkapa
HAS OFFICIALLY ENTERED SHAR GADEN MONASTERY and left Gaden Shartse Monastery! He openly
practices Dorje Shugden now!

He gives us so much strength, hope and inspiration. We thank HH Trisur Rinpoche from the bottom of our
hearts. With tears streaming down my face as I type this to everyone here.

HH Trisur Rinpoche’s assistant said that he went to meet Gaden Shartse’s current abbot and told the abbot that
their province in Tibet, their lamas, their lineage, their monasteries in Tibet all practice Dorje Shugden and that
they would not be able to give up the practice.

HH Trisur Rinpoche CANNOT GIVE UP THE PRACTICE OF DORJE SHUGDEN. HH TRISUR RINPOCHE
COMPLETED HIS 7 YEAR TERM OF OFFICE AS GADEN TRIPA (HEAD OF GELUG) AND NOW THAT HE IS
A TRISUR, he will resign from Gaden Shartse Monastery and join Shar Gaden Monastery.

HH Trisur Rinpoche had to wait this long until the term of office as Gaden Tripa completed to MAKE THIS
MOVE BECAUSE IF HE HAD MADE THIS MOVE EARLIER, THE DALAI LAMA WOULD HAVE REMOVED
HIM FROM OFFICE. And that would not be good for the Gelug on the whole. NOW THAT HE HAS FINISHED
HIS TERM, HE CAN DO WHAT HE LIKES. NO ONE CAN TOUCH HIM, DISTURB HIM OR DISGRACE HIS
POSITION. INCREDIBLE PLANNING. THIS WAS RELAYED BY HIS PERSONAL ASSISTANT!

HH Gaden Trisur Rinpoche is residing in France currently but there are rumours he might visit Shar Gaden this
year. Let’s hope HH Trisur Rinpoche makes a historical visit to Shar Gaden. That would make a further huge
statement.

The Tibetan Govt has been silent. No comments so far whatsoever.

The abbot of Gaden Shartse had nothing to say unsurprisingly. The new abbot of Gaden is said to have no
strength and will power. The new abbot is VERY FRIGHTENED of Dalai Lama and Tibetan Govt it is very well
known.

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Places to Worship Dorje Shugden

July 29, 2009 by  
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Introduction and Lineage
How did Dorje Shugden come into being?
The Symbolism

The Benefits of Dorje Shugden’s Practice
The High Lamas who Practice Dorje Shugden
Places to Worship Dorje Shugden

Dorje Shugden’s Prayers
FAQs – Part 1
FAQs – Part 2

Today, Dorje Shugden worship is available in several prominent places around the world. However, the birthplace of Dorje Shugden, Trode Khangsar, in Lhasa, Tibet is most world-renowned. It was predicted that the practice of Dorje Shugden will grow and become mainstream in the world. The progress towards the fulfilment of this prophecy is reflected by the growth of Dorje Shugden temples in various parts of the world. Among the many monasteries built in dedication of Dorje Shugden’s practice are these listed below.

Trode Khangsar

Trode Khangsar, in the heart of Lhasa, was the first official temple dedicated to the Protector Dorje Shugden. In the 17th century, the 5th Dalai Lama designated Trode Khangsar as a “Protector House” for Dorje Shugden.

By the end of the 17th century, Trode Khangsar’s importance increased when Sangye Gyatso, the 5th Dalai Lama’s regent, entrusted it to the Gelugpa monastery Riwo Choling; this underlined the close bond between Dorje Shugden and the Gelugpa sect, the Tibetan government and Gaden Podrang.







Shar Gaden Monastery

Shar Gaden is located in Mundgod, South India, next to Gaden Monastery, 25 minutes away from Drepung. Currently, it is home to more than 750 Tulkus, Geshes, Masters and monks who keep the Dorje Shugden lineage alive. Eminent Lamas such as H.H. Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche and Domo Geshe Rinpoche have also joined Shar Gaden.

In Shar Gaden Monastery, the practices, debates, pujas and teachings of Dorje Shugden as well as other great lineages and practices like Tara and Medicine Buddha,
live on.

Visit Shar Gaden’s Website: http://shargadenpa.org/

Watch a video of Shar Gaden Monastery in India: http://dorjeshugden.com/wp/?p=3165

Sampheling Monastery

Sampheling Monastery is Trijang Rinpoche’s personal monastery situated in Chatreng District in Kham, Tibet.

Here, monks and lay people remain as devoted as ever to Trijang Rinpoche and the practice of Dorje Shugen.











Denma Gonsa Rinpoche’s Monastery in Kham, Tibet

Denma Gonsa Rinpoche is a great senior Lama and student of both Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche and Pabongka Dechen Nyingpo Rinpoche. His monastery in Tibet continues to teach a pure and unbroken lineage of Dharma teachings to both laypeople and 600 monks.

This monastery is very famous for its 12-storey statue of Lama Tsongkhapa, the largest Tsongkhapa statue in the world at 101ft tall. The yellow building next to it houses a beautiful Dorje Shugden Chapel with the largest Dorje Shugden statue in the world at 18ft tall. Dorje Shugden is the main protector of this monastery.

Watch a video of the Dorje Shugden Shrine in the monastery:
http://dorjeshugden.com/wp/?p=3694

Phelgyeling Monastery

Phelgyeling Monastery moved from Nyanang, Tibet to its current location in Kathmandu, Nepal.

This monastery houses the very first statue of Dorje Shugden made by the 5th Dalai Lama and to this day, they continue to uphold and propagate the sacred lineage of this protector.

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Serpom Norling Monastery

The formation of Serpom Norling Monastery is very similar to that of Shar Gaden. A large group of monks who are committed to continue this Protector practice left Sera Monastery to establish a new monastery nearby, called Serpom Norling.

Visit the official site of Serpom Monastery: http://serpommonastery.org/

Video of Serpom Monastery


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Amarbayasgalant Monastery

Guru Deva Rinpoche’s Amarbayasgalant Monastery in Mongolia propitiates Dorje Shugden as one of its Dharma Protectors.

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Hua Lian

The first Dorje Shugden Temple in Taiwan. This temple is being built by the efforts of Serkong Tritul Rinpoche of Gaden Jangtze Monastery and his devoted students.












Tritul Rinpoche’s Monastery in Nepal and Auckland, New Zealand

Dorje Shugden will be the main protector in this monastery.

Watch a video of Tritul Rinpoche’s monastery here: http://dorjeshugden.com/wp/?p=312










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