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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Mandala Offering Part II by H.E. Dagmo Kusho

15 Comments:
At 6:57 PM, Blogger Nancy said...

White hats to you folks with devotion and love

 
At 4:37 PM, Blogger Rye Car said...

Very nice page! I am interested in learning how to add video and audio to a page. Can you instruct me on this? Thank you

 
At 2:08 AM, Blogger La Granaína said...

Curioso blog, pena que no se vea bien la imagen.

 
At 7:33 AM, Blogger promdressesrock.com said...

I like this page. This is much needed. I hope to come back for more.

 
At 7:23 PM, Blogger SJ said...

I am eating my words...
Read this http://jsridhar.blogspot.com/2005/11/buddha-blog.html

Nice vlog btw.

 
At 9:57 AM, Blogger UltimateWriter said...

Nice blog. Didn't know there were many buddha blogs around.

 
At 12:12 PM, Anonymous Learn How To Plan said...

Does Buddha teach freedom of speach?

 
At 4:55 AM, Blogger ~B. said...

Great blog. I think I'd like to visit again. :)

 
At 10:01 PM, Blogger Reid said...

I enjoyed the blog!

 
At 9:56 AM, Blogger Ajay Chellappa said...

I have been ac active reader of tibetian buddhism. only yesterday i bought a book called "enlightened journey". today i went to blogger.com and on the page, some andom blogs are displayed and fortunately, yours was listed on top. so there's something to tibetian buddhism that pulls me :). happy to be here..

 
At 6:34 AM, Blogger kikkokatty2433 said...

interisting

 
At 10:31 PM, Anonymous paint said...

very very interesting.

I have so much to learn about other cultures.

Keep up the good work.

 
At 6:09 AM, Blogger Samer said...

I visited a Tibetan monastary recently in greater Tibet, it was beautiful. I wish we all could achieve such peace and love toward one another.

 
At 11:34 AM, Blogger kyh said...

this page exudes serenity. nice! i'm also a buddhist, but mainly of theravada tradition. as i live in malaysia, where theravada buddhism is prevalent in the northern part here, which is only a few miles from the Thai border --- a Theravada Buddhist country. I'm a local Chinese and the majority of the Chinese Buddhists here (over 95% are of Chinese descent, with a few local Thais and Indians) also believe in the Taoism --- the traditional religion of the Chinese people. Weird that Mahayana Buddhism is prevalent among the Chinese from China and Taiwan, while here in my place, mostly cling to the Theravada tradition.

 
At 8:28 PM, Blogger belewgirl said...

Beautiful blog! Such a wonderful way to reach people! Blessings to you all..... I will spend more time with it.
ps. if you know or see Gen Togden, let him know we love him, miss him, and always think of him :) He was our Buddhist resident teacher here at Dipamkara Meditation Center in Huntington, New York. He began helping create the first Buddhist Temple on Long Island, which is close to realization. He left to study more. We miss his smile, his talks, and compassion very much ;)

 

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