Bön monasteries in Tibet, Nepal and India.

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Re: Bön monasteries in Tibet, Nepal and India.

Post by kalden yungdrung » Fri Oct 05, 2018 8:46 pm

Tashi delek,

Tsedruk Monastery in eastern Tibet has a new Buddha Tönpa Shenrab Miwoche statue.
Very nice expression.


By: Geshe Yungdrung Gyaltsen Phagontsang

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Mon Oct 08, 2018 7:18 pm

Tashi delek,

Chöd, a common practice in the Tibetan Traditions.
Below, Chöd at Hor Dago Bön Nunnery monastery in Tibet.

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:21 pm

Tashi delek,

Chery Braddy, a devoted Bönpo, is on tour in Bhutan.

Here some contributions.

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Kumbum Bön Monastery. We attended yearly celebration honoring all the Bön deities. Received teaching, transmission & refuge from Khenpo Shenphen.

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sat Oct 13, 2018 8:48 am

Tashi delek,

mDomed Khyungmo(femele Garuda) Bön Monastery in Tibet.

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sat Nov 03, 2018 10:47 am

Tashi delek ,

Thong Dol Ri Thod Bön Monastery in Tibet
མེ་སྟོན་གདན་ས་མཐོང་གྲོལ་རི་ཁྲོད་དགོན་དུ་དགེ་བཤེས་མཛད་སྒོ་ཉིན་དང་པོའི་པར་རིས། །

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sat Nov 03, 2018 10:49 am

Thong Dol Ri Thod Bön Monastery in Tibet:
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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sat Nov 03, 2018 10:52 am

Thong Dol Ri Thod Bön Monastery in Tibet:

The first time Geshe ceremony in Lineage of Meton. Thong Dol Ri Thod Bön Monastery in Tibet
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Re: Bön monasteries in Tibet, Nepal and India.

Post by kalden yungdrung » Sun Nov 04, 2018 9:02 pm

Tashi delek,


མེ་སྟོན༧གདན་ས་མཐོང་གྲོལ་རི་ཁྲོད་དགོན་དུ་ཀུན་རིག་གཙོ་སྟོང་འཁོར་བརྒྱའི་མཆོད་ཚོགས་ཆེན་མོའི་མཆོད་བཤམས།།

Lineage of Meton. mThong Dol Ri Thod Bön Monastery in Tibet
Arrangement of Kun rig gTSO Khor hundredth retinue of God.

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Tue Nov 06, 2018 6:31 pm

Tashi delek,

Triten Norbutse is the seat of H.E. the Bön Yongdzin Rinpoche and is situated in Kathmandu Nepal.

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The original Triten Norbutse (khri-brten nor-bu'i rtse) was founded in the 14th century by the great Bönpo master Shen Nyima Gyaltsan (gShen Nyi-ma rgyal-mtshan, b.1360), who belonged to the Shen (gshen) clan, which claims to descent from Tonpa Shenrab himself, the founder of the Bön religion.

Triten Norbutse became one of the 4 principal monastic institutions providing Bönpo education from the 14th century until the Chinese Communist occupation in the later 1950s.

Known for its rich cultural and academic heritage, the monastery was destroyed in the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s. It was re-established by Lopon Tenzin Namdak Rinpoche in Kathmandu in 1987, with the able assistance of Geshe Nyima Wangyal, who became its first abbot or Khenpo.

The monastery is at present headed by Khenpo Tenpa Yungdrung. At present there are about 115 monks, both Tibetan refugees and others from the Bönpo areas of Nepal such as Dolpo and Mustang, residing and receiving their education at the monastery.

The monastery was founded for the purpose of providing a complete education in Bönpo tradition and practice. This is embodied in the 9 year program of academic studies for the Geshe degree and the 4-year program of meditation practice in Dzogchen.

The monastery is, therefore, essentially an educational institution, and not a residential one for monks.

The education at the monastery falls into 2 principal sections, as was the case at Menri itself in Tibet:

1. The first system of education is known as:
The system of the learned scholar (mkhas-pa pandita yi lugs). This represents the 9 year program in academic studies, culminating in the Geshe (dge-bshes) degree, and including Sutra, Tantra and Dzogchen.

It entails a curriculum of Bönpo philosophy (here the emphasis is on Madhyamaka) and the principal canonical texts, as well as the secular sciences of astrology, medicine, poetics, grammar, and so on. There is also the learning of ritual practices, chanting of various liturgies and the accompanying music, religious art and architecture, and so on.
But the emphasis is on scholarly academic studies by way of study and debating, rather than on meditation practice.
Later this knowledge can be applied in practice, including meditation retreats, as well as in ordinary life outside the monastery.
Ordinarily, unless engaged in retreat or further studies, the monk must leave the monastery after successfully completing the Geshe degree.


2. The second system of education is known as:
The system of the ascetic yogis (ku-sa-li-pa'i lugs), where a 4 year program focuses on Dzogchen practice in order to realize the Nature of Mind.

The 4 major traditions of Bönpo Dzogchen texts are studied and practiced in order to develop experiential understanding in terms of meditation practice.

In this system, one goes to a qualified Lama, receives instructions in the preliminary practices and does them from around 3 to 6 months. Then one returns to the Lama, receives instruction on fixating the mind (sems 'dzin) and thereafter a direct introduction to the Natural State (rig-pa'i ngo-sprod).

This understanding is then developed with further retreat practices. The Sanskrit term Pandita means a scholar well-versed in book learning and intellectual knowledge, whereas a Kushali (v. ku-sa-li, ku-su-li) indicates a practitioner who has attained high spiritual realization by way of meditation practice. In the year 2001, 6 students completed their academic studies and passed the oral examination and were awarded Geshe degrees.

Today they teach other monks and take part in various monastic and community activities for the benefit of the Bönpo people of Nepal. This has included setting up schools in remote regions like Dolpo, and in 2001 a Tibetan medical school was also started in western Nepal under the guidance of the monastery.

3 students from this school have been awarded medical diplomas. In central Tibet itself, all wood-blocks and the books printed from them were destroyed in the Cultural Revolution.

The library at the monastery, built with financial aid from Germany, possesses a complete collection of Bönpo canonical texts, both the Kangyur (bka''gyur) and the Katen (bka'-brten), recently reprinted in Chengdu, China. At present, there is a program to catalogus and index all these Bönpo texts as well as to put them on computer diskettes.
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Tashi delek,

དཔལ་ལྡན་ག་ཤེལ་དགོན་པ།།

dPal lden Ga sHel Monastery / Tibet.

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Mon Jan 07, 2019 12:24 pm

Tashi delek,


མཚོ་སྔོན་ཁྲི་ཀའི་ཁྱུང་མོ་དགོན།།
Tso Nyon Trika Khungmo Bön monastery in Tibet

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:21 pm

Tashi delek,

Many know the story of Ha Shang / He Shang Mahayana of the so called Samye debate, where he would have lost the debate......

However, Hashang can play ambiguous roles in different dance performances, being sometimes ridiculed and sometimes
venerated.

His appearance in a Bön ritual dance seems to be even more obscure as an iconic representation of an early victory of a religion that impinged on the Bönpo’s own tradition in various negative ways during the following millennium.

Indeed, the Hashang figure is conspicuously absent in virtually all Bön ritual dance performances. But this is not so in the Bön monastery of Rinpung.


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By: Mona Schrempf, Humboldt University


Bön monastery of Rinpung.



Borders, Territory and Trade

The rebuilt Bönpo monastery of Rinpung is located in Sharkhok (alias Zungchukha), a valley area of the upper Zungchu River (or Zingchu in Bön sources, also called Gyachu, Chi. Minjiang).

Sharkhok also encompasses neighboring side valleys to the west and east, and is mainly located between the two holy Bön mountains of Chang Chadur to the north and Shardung Ri to the east. About ninety-five percent of the Sharwa are Bönpo who, since the religious and cultural revival of the 1980s, have been able to rebuild 13 Bön monasteries in the area.

Sharkhok is situated to the north of the former Qing garrison and trading town of Songpan (Zungchu Dzong), in present-day Songpan County (Chi. Songpan Xian), in the Ngawa Prefecture (Chi. Aba zhou) of northwest Sichuan Province.

The area is an ancient geo-political and ethnic frontier zone between the former Tibetan and the Chinese empires. Under the name of Zongchu it was mentioned already in the Dunhuang documents, and according to the White Annals (depter karpo) by Gendün Chömpel it was a designated Tibetan military outpost established in the 7th century.

Most Sharwa today believe that they were originally migrants from central or western Tibetan regions. On one hand, their monasteries and monks still have ties with larger Bön monastic institutions in Amdo and Central Tibet, and as traders they retain close connections with other Tibetan communities further north and west. On the other hand, they seem to have been marginalized and placed historically into the category of barbarous border dwellers (tankhop) by both Tibetan and Chinese historical accounts, possibly because of the Sharwa’s direct contact with the Chinese.

As Amdowa living on the eastern margin of the Tibetan plateau bordering China (Gya Bö tsam) and also as Bönpo they retain a distinct local and religious identity.

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:09 pm

Tashi delek,


By: Tom Maroshegyi


Name Monastery: Jaze Yangdzong Thongmon Gawa Ling
The monastery owner is Yellow Garuda Lineage masters and the Khyungser village people.
This is a Bön monastery in Yello Garuda country in Khyungpo, TIbet.


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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:25 pm

Tashi delek,

Tsedrug Monastery , the biggest Yungdrung Bön Monastery, located in eastern Tibet.
They call it also the Monastery with the hole in the rock.
Its the holy place of Buddha Drenpa Namkha , Tsewang Rigdzin and Padma Sambhava. :namaste:


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IN ADDITION:

Tsedrug Monastery festival

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Post by kalden yungdrung » Fri Jan 25, 2019 11:12 am

Tashi delek,

Like always from BönGyalo nice videos and many thanks for this. :twothumbsup:


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Khyung yul kogyal monastery at Tibet,


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Post by kalden yungdrung » Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:30 am

Tashi delek,

Triten Norbutse Monastery in Nepal / Kathmandu, in the beginning 1987.


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Post by kalden yungdrung » Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:36 pm

Tashi delek,

Photo from Pal Shenten Yungdrung Ling monastery in Kham:
Nuns celebrating the anniversary of Nyamme Sherab Gyaltsen, 2019.

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Tashi delek,


By: Bön Gyalo
ཀོ་སྟོན་དམ་པ་ཡེ་ཤེས་རྒྱལ་མཚན་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་མཆོག་ཉིད་ཀྱིས་རབ་བྱུང་བདུན་པའི་ས་བྱི་སྤྱི་ལོ་༼༡༤༠༨༽ལོར་དཔལ་གཤེན་བསྟན་ཀོ་དགོན་བདེ་ཆེན་ཀུན་གྲགས་གླིང་འདི་ཉིད་ཕྱག་བཏབ་པར་མཛད་དོ།།


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At Pal Shenten KoGon Dechen KunDak Ling Bön Monastery in Tibet established by: KoTon Yeshe Gyaltsen Rinpoche 1408 AD

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IN ADDITION:

List of the monasteries surveyed
TIBET AUTONOMOUS REGION

dBus gtsang
(1) sMan ri Monastery
(2) Ra lag gYung drung gling Monastery
(3) Ri rgyal Monastery
(4) Ri zhing Monastery
(5) bDe chen sgang Hermitage
(6) bZang ri Monastery
(7) mKhar sna Monastery
(8) Pus mo sgang Monastery

sNye rong rdzong
(9) sNang gsal Monastery
(10) Chab mdo Monastery
(11) Sha ri Monastery
(12) rTing ngu Monastery
(13) gSang sngags rtse Hermitage
(14) rGyal po shel khur Hermitage

dPal mgon rdzong
(15) Shel phug Monastery

Nyi ma rdzong
(16) ’Om bu bSam gtan gling Monastery
(17) gYu bun Monastery
(18) Phyug tsho Monastery
(19) Ser zhig Monastery

’Bri ru rdzong
(20) Sen tsha Monastery
(21) dGa’ ri Monastery
(22) Klu mkhar Monastery
(23) dNgul kho Monastery
(24) rDo rting Monastery
(25) gSa’ mda’ bon Monastery

sBra chen chen rdzong
(26) sPa tshang Monastery
(27) Lung dkar Monastery
(28) sGra rgyal Monastery
(29) A krong Hermitage
(30) Phur nag Monastery
(31) Klu phug Monastery
(32) sPu la Monastery
(33) rMa rong Monastery
(34) Khrom tshang Monastery

sTeng chen rdzong
(35) sTeng chen Monastery
(36) sTeng chen Hermitage
(37) Ko bo Monastery
(38) Ka legs gYung drung gling Monastery
(39) sMon rgyal bla brang
(40) Nag ru Monastery
(41) Zhe nang Monastery
(42) Zhu tshang Monastery
(43) Ri dmar Monastery
(44) sGang ru Monastery
(45) Be sgo Monastery
(46) rGya sgo Monastery
(47) gNam steng Monastery
(48) dMu g-yad Monastery
(49) Yang rdzong Monastery
(50) Tsha ne Hermitage
(51) Ma rdzong Monastery
(52) Phug leb Monastery
(53) Kha spungs Nunney
(54) Mar khu Monastery
(55) rTse drug Monastery
(56) Wa dge Monastery
(57) Bya chen Monastery
(58) lHa lung Monastery
(59) gYu mtsho Monastery
(60) Ga shel Monastery
(61) Re ne Monastery
(62) Ngang rdzong Monastery
(63) lJong phu Monastery
(64) Zla shel Monastery
(65) sBra hor Monastery

’Jo mda’ rdzong
(66) sTag gzhi Monastery
(67) Zha zhi Monastery
(68) rDis bon Monastery
(69) sPong Monastery
(70) Bla khri Monastery
(71) dKar tshang Monastery

lHo rong rdzong
(72) Khra rgan Monastery
(73) Lam lha Monastery
(74) Bal tho Monastery
(75) Brag dkar Hermitage

mDzo sgang rdzong
(76) sTong mda’ Monastery
(77) La ngu Monastery
(78) Sa bla Monastery
(79) Ri sna Monastery
(80) mDangs ’phyar Monastery
(81) Shug rdzong Monastery
(82) Rab pa Monastery
(83) dByibs pa Monastery
(84) lTag tsha Monastery

dPa’ shod rdzong
(85) dBen mdzod Monastery
(86) ’Bur lung Monastery
(87) bKra shis rtse Monastery


Nying khri rdzong
(88) Srid rgyal Monastery
(89) sTag rtse gYung drung gling Monastery

mNga’ ris
(90) Gu ru gyam Monastery


GANSU PROVINCE
The bo County
(91) gTso tshang Monastery
(92) rGod po Monastery
(93) Nags gong Monastery
(94) Chags ri Monastery
(95) Shing skam Monastery
(96) bSam ’grub Monastery
(97) gTer ri Monastery
(98) rTswa ring Monastery

bSang chu County
(99) rTse zhig Monastery


MTSHO SNGON (QINGHAI) PROVINCE
Reb gong County
(100) Bon brgya Monastery
(101) Bon brgya Temple
(102) Mag gsar Temple
(103) rGya mtsho dpal Temple
(104) Gad pa skya bo Temple
(105) gDong mgo Temple
(106) Ngo mo Temple
(107) Gyang ri Temple
(108) Gling rgya Temple
(109) Zho ’ong nyin tha Temple
(110) Dar grong Temple
(111) Khyung bo thang Temple
(112) sDong skam Temple
(113) Hor nag Temple
(114) sTong che Temple
(115) Khyung bo la ga Temple

gCan tsha County
(116) Zhwa khra Temple

rTse khog County
(117) So nag Temple

Ba yan County
(118) To shes Temple
(119) Shar steng Temple
(120) sTong chung Monastery
(121) sTong chung Temple

Khri ka (Hua long) County
(122) Ser kywa Temple
(123) Khyung mo Monastery
(124) sGar ba Temple
(125) sBra ser Temple
(126) gZe ma Temple
(127) sKa rgya Temple

Mang ra (Gui nan) County
(128) ’Brog ru stong skor Temple
(129) ’Brog ru’i dPon tshang Tent Temple
(130) Bon brgya Tent Temple
(131) Bon brgya Khyung smon Monastery

Chab cha (Gong he) County
(132) Dung dkar Monastery
(133) sKa gsar Temple
(134) A rig stong skor Temple


SICHUAN PROVINCE
sDe dge County
(135) Khro tshang Monastery
(136) sMon rgyal Monastery
(137) ’Bum rmad Monastery
(138) Shar rdza Hermitage
(139) rDza sTeng chen Monastery
(140) Zer ’phro Monastery
(141) ’Phen zhol Monastery
(142) Ri spun Monastery
(143) Thar bde Monastery
(144) Rab rgyal Monastery

dPal yul County
(145) Kha rag Monastery
(146) Zla ’od Monastery
(147) gTsug ’od Monastery
(148) lCang lung Monastery

dKar mdzes County
(149) Gong lung Monastery

Nyag rong County
(150) Ye shes Monastery
(151) rGyal zhing Monastery
(152) Gong rgyal Monastery
(153) Klu ’bum Monastery
(154) La kha Monastery
(155) dBal khyung Monastery
(156) Brag dben Monastery
(157) Mi nub Monastery

Brag ’go County
(158) rBa mda’ Monastery
(159) rGyal rong Monastery
(160) gZhung ring Monastery

rTa’u County
(161) bSam ’grub Monastery
(162) Chu mig Monastery
(163) dGu rdza Monastery
(164) Dam pa rang grol Monastery

Nyag chu County
(165) ’Du ra Monastery
(166) Thang sgang Monastery
Li thang County
(167) ’Gro mgon Monastery

Rong brag County
(168) Bye ’bur Monastery
(169) sPang gi lung Monastery
(170) gYung drung dar rgyas Monastery
(171) Khyung lung Monastery
(172) rJi ngo Monastery
(173) dPag bsam lhun ’grub Monastery
(174) rDo zur mo Monastery
(175) Bya ti lo Monastery

brGyad zur County
(176) Mi rgod Temple
Dar rtse mdo County
(177) Grib srib Monastery

rNga ba County
(178) rTogs ldan Monastery
(179) gDong li Monastery
(180) sNang zhig Monastery
(181) Cog lo Monastery

’Bar kham County
(182) ’Bo la Monastery
(183) Kun ’brog Monastery
(184) Ka ca Monastery
(185) Ka co Monastery
(186) dGon gsar Monastery

Chu chen County
(187) gYung drung lha steng Monastery
(188) mTsho mtho Monastery
(189) dGra lha khyung Monastery
(190) Bla med Monastery
(191) bZod sgom Monastery

rMe ba County
(192) Mag gsar Temple
(193) Tsha lung Monastery

mDzod dge County
(194) A skyid sKyang tshang Monastery
(195) Nyos zhing Monastery
(196) rGur skyang Monastery
(197) gYung drung bSam ’grub Monastery
(198) mDa’ chen Monastery

Zung chu County
(199) sNa steng Monastery
(200) Rin spungs Monastery
(201) sNang zhig dngul sku Monastery
(202) sKyang tshang Monastery
(203) mKhar yag Monastery
(204) Gla ro Monastery
(205) gSer gling Monastery
(206) Sa ’brug Monastery
(207) Brag g-yung drung Hermitage
(208) dGa’ mal Monastery
(209) New dGa’ mal Monastery
(210) Shar khog gTso tshang Monastery

gZi tsha sde dgu County
(211) rTsub ma Monastery
(212) Dar rgyas Monastery
(213) Sa dbus Monastery
(214) lDong dpal Monastery
(215) Rab dben Monastery

Wen Chuan County
(216) Bla ma Temple
(217) mChog gsum Temple

Yan yuan County
(218) La tha Temple


NEPAL
Mustang District
(219) Klu brag Monastery

Dolpo District
(220) gYung drung shug tshal gling Monastery
(221) Dar rgyas phun tshogs gling Monastery
(222) Yang dgon Monastery
(223) bSam gling Monastery
(224) mTha’ srung Monastery
(225) sPung mo and sPu mer Temples
(226) gYung drung ’Gro ’dul gling Monastery
(227) Srid rgyal Monastery
(228) Dorpatan Monastery
(229) Mon ri zur gsum Temple
(230) Khri brtan nor bu rtse Monastery

INDIA
(231) sMan ri Monastery in Dolanji
(232) Gling tshang Monastery
(233) Zhu gYung drung kun grags gling
The best meditation is no meditation

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