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63 Tara statues offered by Datuk May

Jun 20, 2010
63 Tara statues offered by Datuk May

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Datuk May, the president of Kechara House invited 63 Taras. One Tara was dedicated for one year in her life. Each Tara will be slowly given away to people to bless their homes and be a jewel in their shrines. Doing such practices purifies body karma that can hamper you from...

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BFM Radio Interviews Jamie About Her Great Book!

Apr 16, 2010
BFM Radio Interviews Jamie About Her Great Book!

Kechara Media & Publications writer Jamie Khoo (Paris) on the right being interviewed by Shefa Szetu of BFM regarding her wonderful book “Call Me Paris” which is going for reprint now. The interview was for 15 minutes and it was about what it means to Jaime to be spiritual in the modern age. The...

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Tsongkhapa Resources from Kechara

Apr 9, 2010
Tsongkhapa Resources from Kechara

Tsongkhapa Books (by Kechara Media & Publications)   Life Story of Lama Tsongkhapa Never before has the epic tale of Lama Tsongkhapa, the founder of the Gelugpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism been told through the medium of comic. This 195-page comic book brings to life with unparalleled vibrancy the miracle birth, adventures undertaken by...

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Inviting Lord Setrap To One’s Abode….& links to teachings

Apr 4, 2010
Inviting Lord Setrap To One’s Abode….& links to teachings

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Beautiful 17 inches Setrap Antique style invited to the office and offerings done!! Setrap is a fully enlightened Protector who has sworn to Shakyamuni to assist sincere dharma practitioners. He is the guardian of Kechara House and it’s members. He is very popular these days here as many people have felt...

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Buddhist Monastery from 700 AD found!

Apr 4, 2010
Buddhist Monastery from 700 AD found!

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Buddhist monastery from 700 AD found by Shiv Sahay Singh | Apr 03, 2010 Kolkata, India — The excavations at Moghalmari, a nondescript village at West Midnapore in West Bengal, recently brought to the fore a gateway complex of the Buddhist monastery, dating to 7th century AD. The Department of Archaeology,...

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