Become a Sponsor Copy

You are warmly invited to support the Kilung Foundation sponsorship program. A small amount goes a long way to help with the necessities of life in Dzachuka, and with providing opportunities for Tibetan education. Your help will sustain and invigorate a culture steeped in a 2,500-year-old traditiondevoted to the spiritual welfare of all sentient beings, …

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Community Center & Health Clinic

The Community Center and Health Clinic are located on the ground floor of the Kilung Shedra. Here, members of the community can gather in the spacious community hall or meet in smaller rooms to discuss projects and issues of importance to everyone. In addition, the spaces will be used to hold community education workshops and …

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Kilung Monastery & Shedra

The Kilung Shedra has been completely rebuilt after it was destroyed by fire in April, 2016. This new extraordinary structure has been designed to withstand earthquakes, fire and the rigors of high altitude winters. It will house the Monastic College and the Community Center that will serve the people of Dzachuka for generations to come. …

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History of the Kilung Monastery

  Around the time the renowned enlightened master, Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa, built his own monastery west of Lhasa in Central Tibet (Tsering Jong 1764), he instructed his heart-son, Jigme Ngotsar Gyatso, to build the present Kilung Monastery. The search for the precise location in Kham then began and was found through a series of miracles. …

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Community Programs

The Kilung Youth Programs will be headquartered on the ground floor of the Kilung Shedra, and will provide traditional education in Tibetan language and crafts for both boys and girls. The Community Center and Health Clinic are located on the ground floor of the Kilung Shedra. Here, members of the community can gather in the …

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Sershul House

The vision of a Tibetan cultural center in Sershul that demonstrates traditional Tibetan architecture while providing essential monastery and cultural activities has been fulfilled! While the initial plan was to construct the building, the Kilung Monastery was able to purchase a traditional Tibetan home spectacularly located along the Womchu River, with panoramic views of the …

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