Longevity Prayers for His Holiness 33rd Menri Trizin

with 7th Kundrol Rinpoche, Tempa Dukte Lama, and Geshe Tenzin Tarke Gurung


Sunday, May 22, 1:00-4:00 PM

United Sherpa Association, 41-01 75th Street, Queens, NY 11373


Please join us in this special community celebration to offer Longevity Prayers for the wellbeing of His Holiness 33rd Menri Trizin, the spiritual head of the Tibetan Bon tradition.

Kundrol Rinpoche and Tempa Lama will give a talk and will lead the prayers with Geshe Tenzin Tarke Gurung. This free public event is jointly hosted by Olmo Ling Bon Center & Institute, Za Mongyal Yungdrung Ling and Humla Fund.

This event is free and open to all – no registration required. Please contact the Olmo Ling office at bon@olmoling.org with questions.

Kundrol Rinpoche is the 7th reincarnation of the great Kundrol Jatson Nyingpo of Tibet. He is a renowned healer and psychic. Rinpoche’s warmth and compassion, his sense of humor and the unique qualities of his teachings have touched the lives of many beings. Rinpoche is a nonsectarian and has received teachings and empowerments with highly venerated Bon and Buddhist masters such as H.H. Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, H.H. Menling Tri Rinpoche, H.E. Dodrup Rinpoche and many others.

Tempa Dukte Lama is an ordained Tibetan Bon lama. He is the founder and spiritual director of Olmo Ling Bon Center and Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. He is an artist, poet and author of Journey into Buddhahood, Heart Drop of the Loving Mother, Inexhaustible Miracles and The Intimate Mind. Tempa Lama trained in Menri Monastery, India, from the age of six under the close guidance of H.H. 33rd Menri Trizin, the world-wide spiritual leader of Bon. He has lived in the US since 2000 and teaches internationally, helping people bring a practice of compassion, healing, and happiness into their lives.

Geshe Tenzin Tarke Gurung was born in Dolpo, Nepal. He holds a Geshe (doctor of philosophy) degree from Triten Norbutse Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal. After completion of his Geshe degree he served as teacher to the younger monks at Triten Norbutse for three years. He also served as Umze (chant leader) at Triten Norbutse for one year. Geshe Tenzin Tarke has performed the traditional Bon mask dance in several cities throughout Europe. He currently resides in New York city.

United Sherpa Association
41-01 75th Street, Queens, NY 11373