Remembering the 2012 Teachings… A new slideshow with 100 of our favorite photos from the 2012 Jangchup Lamrim Teachings has just been posted on the Home page. For audio and video recordings of the 2012 Teachings, visit the Video page. To register for the 2013 Teachings, visit the Registration page.
Dear Friends, On-line Registration is now open for the 2013 Jangchup Lamrim Teachings at Sera Monastery. A Protected Area Permit (PAP) is required for all foreigners attending the Teachings. Complete details about applying for a PAP can be found here. Please apply as soon as possible! Updates have also been added in the last few weeks to […]
The Jangchup Lamrim Website is updated daily with the latest information, so feel free to visit often for answers to your latest questions. Updates have recently been posted on the following pages… New details about the required in-person registration (step #3) to receive your security entrance pass to enter the teaching venue are available here. […]
A brief FAQ about PAP’s, including how to check on the status of your PAP application and what to do if your PAP does not arrive (see top of the page). Note: we can NOT answer PAP status questions because we are not involved in processing the PAP’s, so you will need contact the Bureau […]
View teaching venue photos and videos, and a map of Mundgod Tibetan Settlement. See printing press photos of the newly-created Critical Editions of the 18 Lamrim texts in Tibetan language, which are printing as we speak. And please remember: The deadline for registering your attendance is 31 October. Please register as soon as possible. Please […]
Translations of some of the 18 Jangchup Lamrim texts are now available in 10 different languages! Which are the latest to be added? Hindi and Japanese. For all 10 languages, click here.
Nearly 100 new photos have been added to the Photo Gallery this week. Featured: H.E. Ling Rinpoche’s recent visit to the printing press! 90,000 books (18,000 copies of the 5-volume set) of “critical editions” of the 18 Jangchup Lamrim texts in Tibetan language are about to begin printing at one of the most modern and sophisticated printing presses […]