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This evening (7.30pm IST, March 3), actors and actresses from the Tibetan Institute for the Performing Arts (TIPA) will perform a play based on the life of the Second Karmapa, Karma Pakshi. Written by the Gyalwang Karmapa in a contemporary idiom, the play focuses on three events: the arrival of Orgyenpa, who would hold the Karma Pakshi’s lineage; the meeting of these two great lamas; and finally, Orgyenpa’s meeting and recognizing the Third Karmapa, Rangjung Dorje. During the time of the Seventh Karmapa, such dramas, based on the lives of realized beings, were performed during the first fifteen days of the New Year. Today is the tenth Tibetan day (dedicated to Guru Rinpoche), and so it falls within this time period and also within the present Karmapa’s revival of Tibetan traditions especially connected to his lineage.

In addition to the Life of Karma Pakshi, students from the Sujata School, which is especially for those recently arrived from Tibet, will give a Tibetan cultural performance. The Rumtek Association of Tibetan Opera, founded during the time of the Sixteenth Karmapa, will also contribute a piece to round out the evening.

by Michele Martin
 

There will be a live-webcast of this event. Please see the webcast page on kagyumonlam.org for details about this webcast.

Kagyu Monlam Webcast Page - click to open

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His Holiness 17th Gyalwang Karmapa will be teaching on the Vajradhara Lineage Prayer from the 26 to 28 of February. Please click here to open the webcast page and see information about the timings of the webcast.

Emaho

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Due to a bad cold of His Holiness Karmapa there will be no teaching and webcast today. May all his disciples accumulate the merit to perceive his quick recovery.
 
 

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche ~ “Requesting the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas to teach”

(from justdzongsar.wordpress.com)

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Due to a change in the schedule of His Holiness Karmapa there will be no teaching on the 3rd of February. By that there will be of course also no webcast. According to current information the teaching and webcast on the 4th will take place as announced.

Update:
Even so the teaching webcast on February 3rd is cancelled there might be a webcast from a ceremony at the Mahabodhi Society, where currently relics of the Buddha are displayed. Please check the webcast page for latest news about this possible webcast.

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please click on the image to open the webcast page on kagyugunchoe.com

The web page for the webcast of His Holiness Karmapa’s teaching from the 2nd to the 4th of February on “Motivation, Conduct and the Inspiration for Study and Debate” in now live. His Holiness Karmapa will teach in Tibetan, simultaneous translation into English, Chinese, Spanish and French will be available over webcast. Please click here to go directly to the web page.

The teaching webcast will be every day from 2pm to 3pm IST (Indian Standard Time). To find out the time difference to your local time you can click here to see the current time in India.

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As announced on kagyuoffice.org, His Holiness Karmapa will teach from the 2nd to the 4th of February in Bodhgaya on “Motivation, Conduct and the Inspiration for Study and Debate”. Simultaneous translation into Chinese and English of this teaching, which is mainly given for the participants of the annual winter debate, will be available over FM radio. The teaching will be from 2pm to 3pm. (IST, India Standard Time) In addition a webcast of this precious teaching will take place. Please click here to go to the webcast page.

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Atisha’s Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment, the text His Holiness Karmapa will teach before the Monlam, is now available for download on the Kagyu Monlam website.

The webcast schedule for this teaching was recently announced on Kagyu Monlam TV.

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