Through the health clinic, poor patients and the destitutes can get free consultation, treatment, medicine and diagnostic facilities such as x-ray and the likes. TB patients are daily given their doses through visits to their own places in the monastery. Ambulance can be hired and the patient needs to pay only for the fuel. During large gatherings such as teachings of His Holiness, free clinical consultation is provided. Through this health clinic, the public is informed of the importance of hygiene and various simple preventive measures. ..Readmore…
His Holiness envisioned that if the monastic communities could be established in places where Tibetan refugee settlements have been founded, it would be beneficial for the preservation of the Buddha Dharma; this would also improve and stabilize the livelihoods of the monastic communities….Readmore
Tsongkhapa “The man from Tsongkha” 1357–1419), usually taken to mean the Man from Onion Valley, was a famous teacher of Tibetan Buddhism whose activities led to the formation of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism.
Just as finding the source of a river should lead us to a mountain, the history of the Buddha Dharma should also lead us to its origin, the Buddha Shakyamuni, our sublime teacher with an exceptional compassion for the beings of the five degenerations…. Readmore
Sera Mey Monastic University is one of the biggest monastic seats of learning whose history can be traced back to hundreds of years since the time of Tsongkhapa disciple Kunkhyen Jangchup Bhumpa. Since the influx of Tibetans into exile as refugees, the world has seen a new face of Buddhism, and the sophistication of its vast philosophy and the practicality of its mind training instructions have impressed and lured many intellectuals as well as scientists into it from all around the world. Readmore