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Sherabling Monastic Buddhist Monastery, Bhattu, Himachal Pradesh, India

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Sherabling Monastic Buddhist Monastery, Bhattu, Himachal Pradesh, India

This is Palpung Sherabling Monastery In Himachal Pradesh,Bhattu village. India.
You must visit there its Beautiful Monastery and explore the hight value of Monastery. #Sherabling Monastic #rakeshkumarchima #Buddhist Monastery

Palpung Sherabling Monastery Seat, Village Bhattu, Baijnath, Himachal Pradesh, India 7-4-13

The worshiper women at the monastery were looking very holy. In background see the Monument built over the cremation place of Chief Master of Monastery. A tree appeared after some year on this place at the crown of Monument and can be seen in this video clip. this tree is considered a holy one which is believed as an image or blessing of Grand Master. The tree neither gets dry nor grows more than its present size.
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Monks of Palpung Sherabling monastery praying for peace and liberation

Monks of Palpung sherab ling monastery praying for peace and liberation

Buddhist monk is also known as Bhikkhu or Bhikṣu. A Bhikkhu or Bhikṣu is an ordained male Buddhist monastic. A female monastic is called a Bhikkhuni.The life of Bhikkhus and Bhikkhunis is governed by a set of rules called the patimokkha within the vinaya's framework of monastic discipline.Their lifestyle is shaped to support their spiritual practice, to live a simple and meditative life, and attain Nirvana.

The order of Buddhist monks and nuns was founded by Gautama Buddha during his lifetime over 2500 years ago. The Buddhist monastic lifestyle grew out of the lifestyle of earlier sects of wandering ascetics, some of whom the Buddha had studied under. It was not really isolationist or eremetic: the sangha was dependent on the lay community for basic provisions of food and clothing, and in return sangha members helped guide lay followers on the path of Dharma.

The Buddhist monastic order is theoretically divided into two assemblies, the male bhikkhu (Pali, Skt. bhikshu) assembly, and the female bhikkhuni (Skt. bhikshuni) assembly. Initially consisting only of men, the Buddha recognized women after his stepmother, Mahaprajapati, asked for and received permission to live as an ordained practitioner. Also Buddhas´s disciple Ananda strongly instisted on including female order. Female monastic communities in the bhikkhuni lineage were never established in the Vajrayana communities of Tibet and Nepal; Theravada communities formerly existed, but died out between the 11th and 14th century. Ordination in the bhikkhuni lineage continues to exist among East Asian communities, and attempts have been made at a revival in Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka.

Palpung is the name of the congregation of monasteries and centers of the Tai Situpas as well as the name of the monastic seat in Tibet in Dege. Palpung means glorious union of study and practice. Palpung Monastery, also known as Babang, is a Tibetan Buddhist temple in Sichuan in the vicinity of Dergé, near the border with Tibet, which originated in the 12th century and wielded considerable religious and political influence over the centuries.

The current monastery is said to have been founded in 1727 by King Denba Tsering. It is the seat of four lines of incarnate lamas, the best known being the Situ Rinpoche or Tai Situpa, as well as the Jamgon Kongtrul and Beru Khyentse. The temple has historically been associated with the Karmapas: for instance, the 16th Karmapa was enthroned first at Palpung before travelling to his main seat at Tsurphu Monastery in Central Tibet. There are an estimated 40 monks residing in the monastery itself and a larger number resident in the surrounding region.

H. E. the 12th Tai Situ Rinpoche fled from Tibet to India at the age of six, where he consequently received his formal traditional training under H. H. the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa. At the age of 22 he started to set up his seat in exile, Palpung Sherabling (Palpung Sherab Ling), in Himachal Pradesh, Northern India.

The Palpung Sherabling project provides four aspects - spirituality, education, health, and culture. Currently approximately 750 monks live there, 250 are enrolled in the monastic university curriculum on the premises. Palpung also offers the traditional Kagyu three-years retreat for both monks and nuns on the compound.

The Palpung congregation consists of more than 180 monasteries and temples throughout some Chinese and Tibetan districts and has branch institutions in Europe, USA, Oceania and Asia.

Source: Wikipedia

This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.

Monks of Palpung sherabling monastery

Buddhist monk is also known as Bhikkhu or Bhikṣu. A Bhikkhu or Bhikṣu is an ordained male Buddhist monastic. A female monastic is called a Bhikkhuni.The life of Bhikkhus and Bhikkhunis is governed by a set of rules called the patimokkha within the vinaya's framework of monastic discipline.Their lifestyle is shaped to support their spiritual practice, to live a simple and meditative life, and attain Nirvana.

The order of Buddhist monks and nuns was founded by Gautama Buddha during his lifetime over 2500 years ago. The Buddhist monastic lifestyle grew out of the lifestyle of earlier sects of wandering ascetics, some of whom the Buddha had studied under. It was not really isolationist or eremetic: the sangha was dependent on the lay community for basic provisions of food and clothing, and in return sangha members helped guide lay followers on the path of Dharma.

The Buddhist monastic order is theoretically divided into two assemblies, the male bhikkhu (Pali, Skt. bhikshu) assembly, and the female bhikkhuni (Skt. bhikshuni) assembly. Initially consisting only of men, the Buddha recognized women after his stepmother, Mahaprajapati, asked for and received permission to live as an ordained practitioner. Also Buddhas´s disciple Ananda strongly instisted on including female order. Female monastic communities in the bhikkhuni lineage were never established in the Vajrayana communities of Tibet and Nepal; Theravada communities formerly existed, but died out between the 11th and 14th century. Ordination in the bhikkhuni lineage continues to exist among East Asian communities, and attempts have been made at a revival in Southeast Asia and Sri Lanka.

Palpung is the name of the congregation of monasteries and centers of the Tai Situpas as well as the name of the monastic seat in Tibet in Dege. Palpung means glorious union of study and practice. Palpung Monastery, also known as Babang, is a Tibetan Buddhist temple in Sichuan in the vicinity of Dergé, near the border with Tibet, which originated in the 12th century and wielded considerable religious and political influence over the centuries.

The current monastery is said to have been founded in 1727 by King Denba Tsering. It is the seat of four lines of incarnate lamas, the best known being the Situ Rinpoche or Tai Situpa, as well as the Jamgon Kongtrul and Beru Khyentse. The temple has historically been associated with the Karmapas: for instance, the 16th Karmapa was enthroned first at Palpung before travelling to his main seat at Tsurphu Monastery in Central Tibet. There are an estimated 40 monks residing in the monastery itself and a larger number resident in the surrounding region.

H. E. the 12th Tai Situ Rinpoche fled from Tibet to India at the age of six, where he consequently received his formal traditional training under H. H. the 16th Gyalwa Karmapa. At the age of 22 he started to set up his seat in exile, Palpung Sherabling (Palpung Sherab Ling), in Himachal Pradesh, Northern India.

The Palpung Sherabling project provides four aspects - spirituality, education, health, and culture. Currently approximately 750 monks live there, 250 are enrolled in the monastic university curriculum on the premises. Palpung also offers the traditional Kagyu three-years retreat for both monks and nuns on the compound.

The Palpung congregation consists of more than 180 monasteries and temples throughout some Chinese and Tibetan districts and has branch institutions in Europe, USA, Oceania and Asia.

Source: Wikipedia

This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang (at) gmail.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.
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Bir to Sherab Ling Monastery Walk

Tashi Jong Khampagar Monastery

The road to Tashi Jong Khampagar Monastery from Chichian

Palampur District, Himachal Pradesh , India
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Buddhist Temple - TripHimachal.com

This Buddhist temple is situated near Baijnath area of Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh. The images of Buddha & Guru Padam Sambhawa are beautiful with a great Tibetan art work on walls and roofs. One must visit the place which is on way to Billing, which is an International paragliding site. The area is fast emerging as centre of Buddhist monestaries and beautiful temples.

The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

Traditional Nepalese dance performed by the young monks of The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).

The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

The Grand Guru Rinpoche and Lama Dance in The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).

The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

The Grand Guru Rinpoche Puja and Lama Dance in The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).
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The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

The Grand Guru Rinpoche Puja and Lama Dance in The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).

View of the Spiti Valley from the Dhankar Monastery in Himachal Pradesh

Panoramic view of the Spiti valley seen from atop the Dhankar monastery in Himachal Pradesh.

Shot on July 4, 2010.
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Red Crown Blessing, Tai Situ Rinpoche at Sherab Ling

April 8, 2011

The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

The Grand Guru Rinpoche Puja and Lama Dance in The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).

3 MOST IMPORTANT SENTENCES IN BUDDHISM by SITUPA

WATCH FULL VIDEO:
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1. BE A GOOD HUMAN BEING
2. EVERYTHING IS ILLUSION
3. YOU ARE BUDDHA

This is a spontaneous teaching given by H.E. the 12th Chamgon Kenting Tai Situpa at Palpung Sherabling Monastic Seat in March 2015.

Filmed and edited by tOm

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Palpung Sherabling | Nyingma | Tsering Jong | Monetary | Quick look, Places to visit in himachal

Source : WikiPedia
Palpung Monastery (Tibetan: དཔལ་སྤུངས།, Wylie: dpal spungs dgom pa[1]) is the name of the congregation of monasteries and centers of the Tai Situpa lineage of the Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism as well as the name of the Tai Situ's monastic seat in Derge, Kham (modern Sichuan). Palpung means glorious union of study and practice. It originated in the 12th century and wielded considerable religious and political influence over the centuries.[2]
The current monastery is said to have been founded in 1727[3][4][5] by King Denba Tsering. It is the seat of four lines of incarnate lamas, the best-known being the Tai Situpa[6] as well as the Jamgon Kongtrul and the Second Beru Khyentse. The temple has historically been associated with the Karmapas: for instance, Rangjung Rigpe Dorje, 16th Karmapa, was enthroned first at Palpung before traveling to his main seat at Tsurphu Monastery in Ü-Tsang.
The 12th Tai Situpa, Pema Tönyö Nyinje, has established a new monastic seat in exile at Sherabling Monastery (Wylie: shes rab gling[7]).
There are an estimated 800 monks residing in the monastery itself and a larger number resident in the surrounding region.

My journey to SherabLing

Sharing the joy and beauty of my annual journey to SherabLing in the north of India, home of my lama Kenting Tai Situpa.

The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

The Grand Guru Rinpoche Puja and Lama Dance in The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).

The Palpung Sherabling Monastery

The Grand Guru Rinpoche Puja and Lama Dance in The Palpung Sherabling Monastery the seat of The Chamgon Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche in Himachal Pradesh (India).

Baijnath Temple visit | ancient Lord Shiva's Temple | Palampur,Himachalpradesh #incredibleindia

Baijnath Temple visit | ancient Lord Shiva's Temple | Palampur,Himachalpradesh #incredibleindia


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Baijnath is a town in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. It is about 50 kilometres from Dharamshala which is the district headquarters.The very famous ancient temple of Lord Shiva (Baijnath) is situated here giving the town its name .Baijnath is famous for its 13th-century temple dedicated to Shiva as Vaidyanath. Also another Baijnath shiv temple in Kausani, Uttrakhand which also we visited during our Nainital kausani tour. Here we visited On the Shimla , manali tour towards Amritsar from Manali.So this was a tourist spot on the way to Amritsar. I have made this video keeping itshort and sweet. SO lets go and watch till end.

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