Khen Rinpoche

Khen Rinpoche, the Abbot of Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in South India, has been staying with us for some days. When he came one rose bush which had no blooms, immediately got two perfect maroon colored roses that blossomed. As Rinpoche walked about the yard watering the grass, the birds would come and sit right where he had watered. It was quite precious to see this. His monastery is the seat of the Panchen Lama in exile, who the Chinese Government kidnapped about 15 years ago. The Panchen Lama has not been heard from since and no one knows if he is even alive.

13 Responses to Khen Rinpoche

  1. yogafrau says:

    I wish I could have been there to see this…that is quite amazing. Some of my friends went to one of the events where he talked last year and were quite amazed.

  2. Ananda Baba says:

    Where is the “us” with whom he is staying? Will he be traveling elsewhere in USA; and where is his monastery in South India?

    enjoy the bliss,

  3. Joan Liepman says:

    I attended one teaching with Khen Rinpoche last year, and I can still feel his presence, so encouraging and kind and helpful in such specific ways.

    Is he still in town? is it possible to set up an “interview” with him? I send my best wishes to Khen Rinpoche and continue to hope that the Panchen Lama will be released soon soon soon.

    Even sooner than that.

    Joan Liepman

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  8. parfil says:

    Khen Rinpoche’s monastery Tashi Lhunpo is in Byakulpe, South India, some hours from Bangalore. He was appointed by the Dalai Lama. The Dance master there is 100 years old and is in a wheel chair, yet keeps the Cham dance traditions alive, teahcing them to the young monks.

  9. laxmi says:

    Khen Rinpoche caused so many incredible blessings to happen to all who have been around him. The Tahsi Lhunpo monastery that he is rebuilding deserves our support. He is so humble, yet everyone around him was touched in such a loving manner. I dedicate my efforts whole heartedly to this worthwhile project. I am stunned by his level of realization.

  10. Laxmi says:

    This year it is the 20th birthday of the Panchne Lama, he is still missing, and the 50th anniversary of His Holiness Dalai Lama escaping form Tibet to live in exile. This is a very important time to draw awareness to the plight of the long suffering Tibetan people.

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    • parfil says:

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