Our Monastery Abbot, Jampa Sopa La with three senior monks Creation of Avalokiteshvara The 600th Anniversary of Great Lama Tsongkhapa’s Parinirvana, Summer Retreat special prayers His Holiness the 42nd Sakya Trizin made short visit to Hunsur Tibetan Settlement and Dzongkar Choende Monastery. Special prayers Saka Dawa special prayers Avalokiteshvara Initiation Jangtse Choejey Kyabje Jetsun Lobsang Tenzin Palsangpo as the 104th Gaden Tripa All our senior monks gathering specially red yamantaka ritual puja for His Holiness The dalai Lama Special prayer for His Holiness the Dalai Lama Going on medicine buddha puja for long life. Guthor Champ Dance 2019 Akshobhya special prayer

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Annual Prayers


ANNUAL PERFORMANCE

  1. On the first of Tibetan NEW YEAR, The monks perform extensive puja offering with special elaborate tsok (Guru Puja) offering to Tibet’s guardian deity Palden Lhamo from early dawn 2. AM to 8 AM.
  2. Monlam prayer festival is celebrated from the 11-15th of the first month with three long sessions a day with special prayers and ritual offerings for sake of world peace and for the benefit of all the sentient beings. Elaborated butter sculpture offerings are created on this occasion. MONLAM CHENMO
  3. From 9-15th of fourth month Sri Guhyasamaja tantra self-initiation ritual is performed for a week on the basis of specially prepared sand mandala. (SANGWA DUEPAE DHROPCHOK)
  4. On the 15th of fifth month sangha community performs a special incense smoke offering ritual to celebrate world public incense day. (ZAMLING CHISANG)
  5. From 4-6th of the sixth month special consecration ritual, rabne-gelek-char-beb, is performed with tri-dimensional mandala of Yamentaka for sake of empowering world environment of security.
  6. From 16-22 of the ninth month Vajra-Akshobhya self-initiation ritual is performed for a week on the basis of sand mandala.
  7. From 19-25th of the tenth month Yamentaka self- initiation ritual is performed for a week on the basis of sand mandala with extensive offerings to commemorate Gaden-Ngachoe.
  8. From 27-29 of the twelfth month an extensive thanks-giving-rituals are offered to all the dharmapalas, guardian deities for two consecutive days. On the third and last day a day-long ritual mask dance, cham, is performed with Torgyak ceremony at the end.

OTHERS

  1. Tara ritual is performed on 8th day of every month.
  2. Tsok (Gana) offering rituals of common Guru-puja and Guru-puja combined with Heruka are performed on the 10th and 25th day of every month.
  3. A day long rituals of Dharmapalas, guardian deities are performed on the 29th day of every month.
  4. Medicine Buddha, Men-Lha, ritual performed on the last day of every month.
  5. Posatha, ordained community vow purification and restoration rite, is observed on the full moon and no moon day of every month.