In July 2019, on Guru Rinpoche Day, Tulku Migmar Tsering consecrated the sertok that was erected atop the main shrine barn at Gomde New York.
Tibetan ritual music makes a major impression on newcomers to Tibetan Buddhist pūjās.
We may notice certain representations such as a Dharma wheel with two deer gazing steadily at it appear frequently. Why do we see this image on every monastery?
Ritual dance performances occur on special days in the Tibetan calendar, particularly around the new year, and are an important way of transmitting the Dharma.
When we spin maṇi wheels in a clockwise direction, rolls of paper (or film) printed with mantras spin. In this way, we are turning the wheel of the Dharma for the benefit of sentient beings and accumulating merit.
Prayer flags have now become very popular throughout the world. What is their history and significance?
Meditative Dance Tibetan Meditative Dance, or Gar Cham , often referred to as “Lama dance”, is a ritual performance. Lamas and practitioners dance within the