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09.02.2016

Thaye Dorje, His Holiness Gyalwa Karmapa shares Losar wishes

Losar wishes from Gyalwa Karmapa

Source: www.karmapa.org

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20.09.2015

Teaching: Preparing for peace

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On the occasion of upcoming United Nations International Day of Peace, Gyalwa Karmapa shares a teaching about preparing for peace.   As we approach the United Nations International Day of Peace on 21st September, it is a good time for us to consider how we prepare for peace. In Tokme Zangpo’s 14th century text ‘The 37 […]

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20.08.2015

Karmapa Documentary Project – New Website

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We are very happy to announce new design of the Karmapa-news website. There has been major changes done, to improve the website: – responsive layout: finally it is easy to browse and watch all the galleries in smartphones, and portable devices – clear separation for announcements, letters, galleries and reports from events – one place with […]

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12.08.2015

At the occasion of UN International Youth Day: Message For The Young People Of India

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Thaye Dorje, the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa shares Message For The Young People Of India marking the UN International youth Day. His Holiness, spiritual head of Karma Kagyu school of tibetan buddhism, shares message to the young people of India at UN international youth day. Gyalwa Karmapa emphesizes that as the largest population, young people are the […]

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04.08.2015

New article of 17th Karmapa in Huffington Post: Investing In Inner Wealth

Gyalwa Karmapa teach about the meaning of Inner Wealth

Investing In Inner Wealth. New article of Thaye Dorje, the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa in Huffington Post India.   His Holiness shares precious thought about inner wealth as a way of achieving timeless happiness. Inner wealth is the rich pool of compassion, wisdom and other non-material values that lies within us. Gyalwa Karmapa mentiones that: In a […]

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Words of Wisdom
The human heart, Bodhicitta, is the most precious of all. While Buddhas are helpful in life, the compassionate heart is even more precious than a Buddha. In the human heart, we see limitless hope.