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Buddhism Travels West

Although Buddhism spread throughout Asia it remained virtually unknown in the West until modern times. The early missions sent by the emperor Ashoka to the West did not bear fruit.


We offer prayer and puja services to devotees, individuals, organizations and institutions, on request. Happiness is gain through removing suffering. Cause of suffering has to be removed for eliminating suffering. Prayers have great effect on this. People pray to achieve happiness and overcome suffering. These prayers/puja performs by our monks are powerful to remove misfortunes, protect and recover from illness and nature's calamities.

Tara Puja (Tara – Buddha of long life and protection)
White TaraOm tare tutare ture soha is Tara's mantra. The Tara Puja, Liberation from Sorrow, which includes a special prayer Praises to the Twenty-one Taras composed by Buddha, is performed regularly at Kadampa Buddhist centers worldwide. Tara is a female Buddha, a manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Each of the Twenty-one Taras is a manifestation of the principal Tara, Green Tara. Tara is also known as the ‘Mother of the Conquerors’. Tara is our common mother, our Holy Mother. When we are young we turn to our worldly mother for help. She protects us from immediate dangers, provides us with all our temporal needs, and guides and encourages us in our learning and personal development. In the same way, during our spiritual growth we need to turn to our Holy Mother, Tara, for refuge. She protects us from all internal and external dangers, she provides us with all the necessary conditions for our spiritual training, and she guides us and inspires us with her blessings as we progress along the spiritual path.
Tara gives protection of life for those in danger or difficulties.

Vijaya Puja/Rite (Tib. Namgyal Tsek-chog)
The Puja overcomes all kinds of obstacles and evil influences. It is specifically effective in bringing about success, long-life and to increase one’s fortune in life.

Medicine Deity Puja (Medicine/healing Buddha)
It is special puja for the sick in a critical health condition. It helps in making treatment more successful and effective. It brings good health and speedy recovery.



Neten - Chak

Choeded for peace and harmony in the Sangha. It is very special prayer for the long-life of one’s spiritual teachers, high lamas & Rinpoches. It also eradicates harm and obstacles to their being.
Sangchod – Chellu
Sangchod – Chellu is very effective and focused puja exclusively for those who are in a very critical state of health or life.

Buddha’s Sutra Reading
On auspicious occasions in the Tibetan monthly system, we do the reading of lord Buddha Shakyamuni’s sutras/texts like Bum, Gyed Thongpa and Zungdued. Lama Choedpa (Lama Merit Offerings) and Zang Chod Monlam

Lama Choedpa (Lama Merit Offerings) and Zang Chod Monlam
These two prayers are important and effective in our general life or for the deceased. For the deceased, it shows them the right path. Lama Choedpa puja acts as consciousness transference (Phowa) to a pure land.

Dukar and Wisdom Heart Sutra Puja
Helps to get rid of obstacles and harmful influences and helps you to find peace and well being as well as success in activities.

MO (divination) and consultation to high lamas for outcome of certain events can be arranged.

Lecture & Teaching courses
We have great desire to make contribution towards the happiness of all sentient beings. We believe that we can share something with you all. Since being a group of Buddhist Monks it is our duty to share with you the essence of loving kindness, how to generate it as well as profound wisdoms of Buddha's Teachings, meditation and how it impact in physical and mental health, Tibetan culture and method of its preservation at this very critical period.

We can arrange monks to travel on request to give discourses on Buddhist Philosophy, Chanting and other religious ritualistic performances. We are also capable of arranging accommodation and teaching course as well as teachers for individual at our Khangtsen.