Tsem Ladrang, Naranthan,Nepal

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The Ladrang team after many weeks of exhaustive search found a beautiful house in the hills of Naranthan in Kathmandu Nepal. It is TSEM LADRANG-NEPAL. They worked hard along with people from other depts who stayed for weeks there to oversee the contractors as they carefully and beautifully renovated the house. It has a nice yard, parking area, guest quarters, nice rooms, butterlamp house, and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and Kathmandu Valley. 

The Ladrang team and students did such an incredible job with the renovations and grounds. I love it so much. When I was there, I was ‘stuck’ there in a pleasant way. I did not want to leave at all. Every morning when I woke up, I was dying to open the windows to see the mountains, and let in the fresh cooling mountain air. Fantastic. I would walk up and down the mountains every evening after dinner for exercise. It took around one hour or so to complete the walk. At the bottom of the hill is a wonderful village market with restaurants, flower sellers, temples, fruit/vegetable shops, pharmacies, etc. The sellers very friendly. It was very pleasant to walk down and up the hill.

Here’s a short video I found on my phone yesterday and decided to post up now after I took the shots last year. It also has footage of me up the hill from the Ladrang looking down onto the Ladrang with a nice vispassana meditation centre nearby. Narathan Ladrang is fantastic.

Enjoy the videos and photos.

Tsem Rinpoche

 

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This is the beautiful Ladrang. The cover you see on top is for the veranda so not so hot to sit outside. Very nice, very windy and great views.

 

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Surrounding houses from our ladrang.

 

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I’m sitting on the roof of the ladrang enjoying the views. Very nice.

 

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You can see the foreground is our yard and beyond the gate are smaller mountains at sunset in the evenings…..brilliant sunsets.

 

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Another view….

 

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Looking down onto Kathmandu Valley.

 

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We are on the mountain behind the Ladrang. We climb to the top and surrounding areas. I would sometimes like to go to higher ground and do my prayers/sadhana.

 

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If you look straight ahead, you see a pointy yellow structure. That is a golden stupa that crowns a Vispassana meditation centre behind Tsem Ladrang here in Narathan.

 

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Here’s the stupa again.

 

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On our property we have built a butterlamp house. Everyday over 700 butterlamps are offered to sacred Vajra Yogini. I have finished offering 100,000 already. Other people have contacted our Ladrang team to want to sponsor doing 100,00o also. Some can’t make it there yet they still want to do it and we arrange. Very nice practice. I love offering butterlamps. This butterlamp house is dedicated to Vajra Yogini. We have one image of Her in here and nothing else.

 

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Myself making offerings to Sacred Vajra Yogini. You can see at the top of the picture is an image of Her.

May everyone be blessed.

I love Tsem Ladrang in Narathan very much.

 

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12 Responses to Tsem Ladrang, Naranthan,Nepal

  1. M&M on Oct 3, 2010 at 9:44 am

    Wow. Rejoice !! Supreme Devotion towards VY ! Im delighted !

  2. Siong Woan on Oct 3, 2010 at 10:43 am

    Tsem Ladrang in Kathmandu is definitely heaven-like!

  3. Knut Eggers on Oct 3, 2010 at 11:31 am

    I am so happy for you. I love the photos. Is this the house you dreamed of and where you wanted to retire? I wish it for you.
    May your happiness be forever and without limitations -
    Knut Eggers

  4. mitra on Oct 3, 2010 at 11:35 am

    dear rinpoche so nice and holy this pleace.i go to see already dadrang in kathmandu.i m verry happy to see this pleace.there near by have one big(hindu) seatue narayan(bisnu).this pleace naranthan bucause of this god name.and he sleep in water.he got 4 arm. buddha incarnetion from narayan.wa are verry luky to have ladrang there.very very nice pleace.near can see jungle and mountain.you can sit top floor do puja and can do sadhana.

  5. Andrew James Boon on Oct 3, 2010 at 12:22 pm

    What a lovely place Rinpoche… Both Thierry and I want so much to be able to build a Tsem Ladrang in the mountains for Rinpoche near KWPC. I know as soon as we are able to afford it we most definitely will as we want Rinpoche to be happy… to be in the mountains, to be able to go onto Rinpoche’s wrap around balcony to take full advantage of the views… feeling the cool breeze and just taking in the fresh air… We truly wish this with all our hearts and I know we can make this happen!

    Much love… Andrew

  6. Mimi Chua on Oct 3, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    Tsem Ladrang Nepal is really beautiful. The butterlamp house is also very unique with beautiful butterlamp offered to sacred Vajra Yogini.

  7. Anila on Oct 3, 2010 at 5:14 pm

    Thank you Rinpoche for the beautiful shots of Tsem Ladrang Naranthan, Nepal. It is very, very beautiful. The house you wish for in Colorado is a dream which is waiting to be fulfilled into reality. But this one is real. Very soon you will have Ladrangs all over the world. At the moment you have 2 Ladrangs. One in Kuala Lumpur and one in Nepal. You will find you won’t have any problems going for retreats when you feel you want to have a change of environments or to get away. The surroundings of the Ladrangs in the different countries will not be same but the forest and the mountains will still be there. I can feel Tsem Ladrangs will sprout up very quickly in different countries like the 13 departments in Kechara Oeganisation which have grown so fast.

  8. Shirley Maya Tan on Oct 4, 2010 at 6:17 pm

    I had the great fortune and privilege to stay at Tsem Ladrang in April 2009. It was a wonderful experience.

    It is as Rinpoche described, surrounded by the magnificent sprawling views of the mountains, the air is cool and welcoming. The house itself sits on a lovely hill top, with a gorgeous garden at the back. The garden is gorgeous to me not because it is huge or immaculately manicured and landscaped, but because it is truly naturally beautiful.

    It is not about opulence or grandeur, but one can immediately sense a certain serenity about this whole place. I suspect it is because Rinpoche has spent so many hours here, making prayers, chanting mantras and giving Dharma Talks. It is certainly highly blessed.

    My favourite part of the house is really the butter-lamp house. It is tucked all the way in the back, built with bricks. Once you open door, you are greeted by the hundreds of butter-lamps flickering away. An exquisite statue of Varjayogini stands above all the lighted butter lamps. It is a sight not easily forgotten. With the light and shadows dancing on the walls, such is the splendid tribute to Vajrayogini!

    Everything is furnished with simplicity but elegantly. Colourful cushions thrown strategically on the earth-toned sofas. An antique looking fire place in the middle of the living room that warms the place during the cold wintery months.

    The throne room is especially dignified. Rinpoche’s Throne sits in the middle of the room, flanked by the tables on each side for the students or visitors to sit. Again, warm earth tones with splashes of bright colours from the cushions and thangkas. Another lovely room.

    The Ladrang and Liaisons have done a wonderful job.

    This is the Tsem Ladrang I remember in Nepal. And I do wish to visit it again. I can totally understand why Rinpoche would miss it.

  9. firefly on Oct 4, 2010 at 7:46 pm

    breathtaking… wow, really wonderful! hope everyone who enjoys this can have such a environ to live in and practise like this…

    sob

  10. Lin Kechara on Oct 5, 2010 at 11:48 pm

    Dear Rinpoche,
    I have heard from your liaisons how beautiful the ladrang in Nepal is. Now that I have seen the pictures, I understand what they mean. I think the beauty lies in its natural environment, cool fresh air and of course the proximity to so many old and sacred temples in Nepal! I have only been to Nepal once, on the pilgrimage with Rinpoche, and I hope to be able to do so again, and this time to see the ladrang as well. That would be so cool!

    Lin

  11. William on Oct 8, 2010 at 12:17 pm

    Such a beautiful place and the views are magnificent. Finally get to see the place after reading about it in Paris’s book. I would really like to visit Nepal on a pilgrimage soon. Hopefully by end of this year. My wish for Rinpoche is to have many ladrangs in many places. This will benefit all the people around.

  12. Wan Wai Meng on Nov 8, 2010 at 12:22 am

    This place is looks great may I have the great fortune to visit it one day. I loved Nepal the food was just fabulous and the weather is great. And one feels just very energetic all the time in Kathmandu, spiritual energy ?

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Astro Awani (one of Malaysia's cable TV station ) interviewed Kechara's soupkitchen last night before we went down to the streets of KL to serve 850 homeless and urban poor. DR.
1 hour ago
Happy 57th Birthday Malaysia! Najib Razak Club brought 500 cupcakes for Malaysian homeless and urban poor. DR.
1 hour ago
Celebrity singer Radhi OAG, Najib Razak Club, and Anas Zubedy collaborated with Kechara's soupkitchen last night to serve Malaysian homeless and urban poor. DR.
1 hour ago
Kechara's soupkitchen treat for the homeless and urban poor on the eve of our country's 57th Independence Day last night. Spaghetti, mooncakes, fruits, double egg burger, mineral water, orange, biscuits and bun. 850 sets were served. DR.
1 hour ago
Malaysia's Minister of Transport donated tonnes of rice to Kechara Food Bank for us to deliver to poor families and smaller charity organizations. DR.
1 hour ago
Customers at our stall choosing items to buy. Patsy
5 hours ago
Kechara Blooms set up for Nestle ( Milo ) at Mid Valley. Lucy Yap
6 hours ago
Lama Tsongkapa retreat led by Pastor Yek Yee ended today. Lucy Yap
6 hours ago
Volunteers at Kechara Flea Market at Upper Penang Road. Please come to support us. Patsy
8 hours ago
时间与死亡不会等待你完成各大项目、企划、工作及心愿。 ~詹杜固仁波切 http://weibo.cn/comment/kAckm9?uid=1837031263&rl=0#cmtfrm From: June Tang (Khjb)
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当别人做出人生的第一个尝试,他们并不确定自己能做得好,请给他们鼓励。人生很短,容不下令人泄气的想法。放手去做吧!~詹仁波切 http://weibo.cn/comment/kAdF9m?uid=1837031263&rl=0#cmtfrm From: June Tang (Khjb)
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Impermanence is not a subject to meditate on but reality.~Tsem Rinpoche From: June Tang (Khjb)
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Dharma is both a light and a mirror. Dharma is your true BFF. ~Tsem Rinpoche From: June Tang (Khjb)
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Realize the ultimately, nothing belongs to you. Even your body. ~Tsem Rinpoche From: June Tang (Khjb)
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