Dorje Shugden Videos in Indonesian and Nepali
Language is a tool for communication, but it can also be a barrier to one who wishes to learn the Dharma if the teachings are not in a language he or she understands. Many people around the world need the Dharma and need the assistance and blessings of the Great Protector Dorje Shugden but have been unable to overcome the language barrier. Knowing this, and with the wish to introduce Dorje Shugden’s practice to everyone around the world, Kechara is pleased to present you two additional Dorje Shugden teaching videos in the Indonesian and Nepali language.
Introduction to Dorje Shugden (Indonesian)
Valentina Suhendra is a successful and capable lady, who not only holds the prestigious position of Director at KPMG, a multinational consultancy company, but also founded Yayasan Kechara Indonesia, a non-profit affiliate of Kechara. Yayasan Kechara is an Indonesian organisation that has initiated a number of charitable projects jointly with the support of the local government. These include feeding the homeless, sponsoring the education of underprivileged children, and giving out corrective and medical assistance to the needy.
In this video, Valentina gives a condensed teaching about Dorje Shugden in the Indonesian language for the benefit of her fellow Buddhists at home.
Introduction to Dorje Shugden (Nepali)
Mitra is a long time student of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche from Nepal. A master craftsman who specialises in beautifying Buddha statues with precious stones, gold paint and brocade, Mitra naturally has a deep attraction to all Buddhas, one of which includes Dorje Shugden. Mitra also regularly teaches the Dharma and rituals, including Dorje Shugden’s puja, to many of his Nepali friends who reside in Malaysia.
In this video, Mitra gives a short introduction to Dorje Shugden in the Nepali language, with the hope that his fellow countrymen may receive the benefits through developing faith and starting on the practice.
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