Founded by Tibetan master Tarthang Tulku
The Nyingma Mandala is a community of students and practitioners dedicated to preserving and transmitting Tibet’s living wisdom tradition. Through their projects and organizations, they support ceremonies and pilgrimage, practice traditional Dharma, and explore secular approaches to deeper knowledge that embody the fullest expression of human potential.
Celebrating the Launch of the Quotes Trilogy
Quotes Conversations Discussion: Tsering Gellek and Barry SchieberTitle: Celebration of...Read More
50 Years of TNMC Presentation
Please enjoy this presentation given by Jack Petranker about the...Read More
Happy New Year! New events will be posted soon
Dear friends, With many organizations offering new courses and programs...Read More
NyingmaNet #14 on Friday November 13th
Dear NyingmaNet Friends, Thank you for those who joined us on...Read More
KUM NYE-Yoga für alle
CNBT Meditation & Kum Nye
CNBT Meditation & Kum Nye
MEDITATION für alle
CNBT Kum Nye & Meditation
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One of the first learned Tibetan lamas to take up residence in the West, Tarthang Rinpoche has founded over twenty different organizations, making a significant impact on the transmission of Dharma to the West and the restoration of Dharma in Asia.
Sacred Art & Architecture
We explore new ways to share Buddhism with the West, offer people ways to deal with their difficulties, and publish widely. We support ceremonies in all Buddhist traditions; typeset, print, and distribute Tibetan texts; promote pilgrimage; and create temples, stupas, prayer wheels and prayer flags that bring the power of the Dharma into the world.
Years Support for Dharma in Asia
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What We Have Achieved
Rinpoche’s life work has been to preserve and transmit the teachings that his highly accomplished teachers had passed on to him. He has focused on preserving sacred texts, writing works for a Western audience, and creating communities built around Buddhist principles. His family and students have taken on the awesome responsibility of sharing his vision with others and creating a vibrant and enduring home for the Dharma in the West.
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Yeshe De Project
In 1959, the vast body of Buddhist literature was nearly extinguished as 6,000 monasteries, colleges, and libraries were destroyed in Tibet. The Nyingma Mandala community is determined that the great wisdom tradition of Tibetan Buddhism shall not end as other cultures have, their knowledge lost to humanity. Learn about our book distribution project below.