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We celebrate LOSAR - THE TIBETAN NEW YEAR,

The Tibetan Metal Rate Year 2147 begins on 24.02.2020
We cordially invite you on 22.02.20 to celebrate the Tibetan New Year - LOSAR –

Program:

14:00: We meet in the Temple and practice the Milarepa Sadhana, following the Prayer of Samanthabra.

15:30: Piotr opens the Losar Buffet!
We would very much appreciate your contributions to the buffet!

 

 

Please register for LOSAR  at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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The Tibetan New Year, also known as Losar, is the most important festival in the Tibetan calendar. It is celebrated over a period of two weeks. The Losar ceremony dates back to Tibet's pre-Buddhist period. At that time Tibetans held a spiritual ceremony every winter, during which a large amount of incense was burned to propitiate the local spirits, gods and protectors. Later, this religious festival developed into an annual Buddhist festival. The Tibetan calendar consists of 12 lunar months and Losar begins on the first day of the first Tibetan month. The Losar festival is mainly characterized by music, dance and conviviality.

LOSAR LA TASHI DELEK!
GOOD FORTUNE AND BLESSINGS IN THE NEW YEAR!


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