S.E. Khentul Gyangkhang Rinpoche in London, 2 September 2017

S.E. Khentul Gyangkhang Rinpoche

Liebe Freunde,

wir sind sehr erfreut Ihnen mitteilen zu duerfen, dass  S.E. Khentul Gyangkhang Rinpoche – einer der drei  “Herzenssoehne” von S.H. Penor Rinpoche und sein Stellvertreter – Anfang September 2017 Palyul Center UK in London besuchen wird. Waehrend seines UK Aufenthaltes wird er Belehrungen geben, sowohl eine Ermaechtigung am 2 September.

Mehr Information ueber sein Programm wird bald veroeffentlicht.

The Fourth Gyangkhang Rinpoche was born in India. H.H. Penor Rinpoche, H.H. Dudjom Rinpoche and H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche recognized him as the authentic incarnation of the Third Gyangkhang Rinpoche.
In 1995, he completed the nine years course in the Ngagyur Nyingma Institute at Namdroling Monastery and considering his high level of knowledge, Penor Rinpoche bestowed him the title of a “Tulku Khenpo” and recognized him worthy of a dharma teacher who can guide others towards the path of enlightenment.
Gyangkhang Rinpoche has realized the meaning of Lord Buddha’s teachings both the sutra and tantra. On several occasions, he has represented His Holiness by giving advice, instructions and teachings in many dharma centers around the world. At present, he is teaching in the Ngagyur Nyingma Institute (Shedra) and also shouldering the monastic responsibilities.
Together with H.E. Mugsang Kuchen Rinpoche  he oversee Namdroling Monastery, the Palyul monastic complex located in southern India, which is home to over 4,000 monks and nearly 1,000 nuns, and includes a shedra (Buddhist college), high school, primary school, and a three-year retreat facility.
The three Heart Sons also travel abroad to give teachings, especially in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Philippines, Macau, Europe and the United States. In this way, just as His Holiness Penor Rinpoche wished, the Heart Sons actively benefit sentient beings by teaching the Buddha Dharma.

http://palyul.eu/germany/teachers/se-khentul-gyangkhang-rinpoche/

http://www.palyul.org/eng_biotulku_gyangkhang.htm

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