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Khenpo Ugyen Wangchuk

The Red Vajrasattva practice has been held at Rigzdin Ling, with daily practice and a drubchen annually each year.  This year Gochen Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche was the Vajra Master.   Khenpo Ugyen Wangchuk, a scholar accomplished in the arts of the Vajrayana, was the skilled umze and, as in years before, patiently coached our chopens, musicians and other participants with humor, skill and precision.

This year’s practice was attended by several Chagdud Gonpa lamas and  marked with exceptionally strong signs of accomplishment, as well as abundant joy and good humor.

For a short slide show of photographs from the event, click on the photo above, or this link to the Chagdud Gonpa web gallery. For the entire album of photos, click here to link to the dharmaphotos gallery. 

Our beloved Chokyi Nyima,, who, disguised as the mild-mannered translator, Richard Barron, has done so much to bring Longchempa’s teachings to the West, has also enriched our lives immeasurably in translating for our precious lamas.  For the Red Vajrasattva drubchen at Rigdzin Ling, he translated the superb teachings of Tulku Sang-ngag Rinpoche.

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