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The four year commemoration ceremony and Decho of His Holiness the 14th Kunzig Shamar Rinpoche.333

May 29, 2018

“Everything, everything is impermanent. Nothing is permanent. So you should be aware of it, therefore you should not be surprised when you see that something has changed.” – Kunzig Shamar Rinpoche According to the Tibetan calendar, Tuesday May 29, 2018 marked the fourth anniversary of the parinirvana of His Holiness the 14th Kunzig Shamar Rinpoche. Read More

Celebrate His Holiness 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje birthday.333

May 6, 2018

Today is a very special day for all of us and we have all gathered here in the Karmapa International Buddhist Institute to celebrate the 35th birthday of His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa Thaye Dorje. To celebrate the occasion, K.I.B.I. organised a series of events to which the administrative staff members, Rinpoches, Lamas, Khenpos, Read More

Special announcement about KIBI’s academic future333

May 5, 2018

K.I.B.I.’s primary objective has always been to offer long-term, University accredited courses. To this effect, we have run since 2013 a Bachelor of Arts in Buddhist Studies in collaboration with Mewar University. This year marks the final year of the B.A. program, with our final batch of students having graduated on the 2nd of May Read More

KIBI Graduation Ceremony,2018333

May 4, 2018

On May 2nd, K.I.B.I. celebrated the third and final Graduation Ceremony of its B.A. program. All students, faculty and staff members, along with all K.I.B.I. residents gathered to celebrate the graduation of three students from our B.A. program, which was run in collaboration with Mewar University, as well as two more students enrolled in the Read More

The celebration of the Buddha Purnima at KIBI333

April 30, 2018

Today, on this very auspicious date, we have all gathered to celebrate Buddha Purnima. Buddha Purnima (also known as Buddha Jayanti, or Vesak) is traditionally celebrated to commemorate the birth of the Prince Siddhartha Gautama, who later became the Gautama Buddha. To celebrate the occasion, the Karmapa International Buddhist Institute organised a series of events, Read More

KIBI Karmapa Public Teaching Course 2018333

March 20, 2018

Alongside His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, some of our leading Buddhist scholars from both traditional and academic backgrounds were among us this past week: ¨Professor Sempa Dorje, who is a personification of Tibetan Buddhism; Khenchen Chodak Tenphel Rinpoche, one of our senior Khenpos; Khenpo Lobsang, who is a Faculty member of KIBI; Tulku Trinley Rinpoche Read More

Karmapa Public Course, 2018333

March 12, 2018

Karmapa Public Course began on Sunday 11th of March and will run for 8 days until 18th of March. The programme is comprised of two empowerments and 6 days of teaching, including the Shantideva text, The Way of the Bodhisattva, Chapter 5 on Vigilance. Over 400 international Dharma practitioners are receiving teachings from Gyalwa Karmapa, Read More

International Women’s Day.333

March 8, 2018

The International Women’s Day is celebrated to honor the dedication, achievements and devotion of women and signifies their importance in our society. Today, women belonging to different backgrounds have come forward showcasing their talent. Though we live in a society where gender inequality still continues to be a matter of concern, women are increasingly visible Read More

Happy Losar of the Earth Male Dog year 2145333

February 17, 2018

Here some Glimpse picture of celebrating Tibetan new year (Losar) in our Karmapa International Buddhist Institute New Delhi. 14th Feb: Day time we are finished with our Mahakala Pujas with a Tsok offering, at night time, we made special Losar traditional thukpa known as “Guthuk” in Tibetan (Tibetan porridge) which include a different type of Read More

Grand Mahakala Puja in KIBI 2018333

February 13, 2018

All the Karma Kagyu lineage monasteries hold annual end-of-year Mahakala puja, praying for a prosperous and peaceful coming year. Offering and performing the vast puja that can help the practitioners in eliminating the external as well as internal obstacles, To fulfill all the wishes, eliminating the habitual patterns resulted from the five poisons, experience emptiness, Read More

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