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Kailashzone Projects


Map of the School Project


Phase 1: Plan & Budgets


Phase 2: Plan & Budgets



Management of the school


Jangchub Ling Monastery


Stories of how the monks came to India

Renovate Limi monasteries and search financial source for the monks


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Sponsoring Opportunities

Donating U$25 for a month and U$300 for a yearfor each of monk and nun.

The young monks were born in one of the most remote and poorest parts of the world at Himalaya of Mt.Kailash Region in Tibet and Nepal. These areas are Humla, northwestern Nepal, Dolpo, northeastern Nepal, Ngari, western Tibet. We, the members of Kailashzone, are from these areas. We know, one of the main drawbacks of small villages, is not having proper schools for young people. The majority of parents in these regions can't afford to send their children to be educated elsewhere. If young people are left to grow up without any education, they will continue the village poverty cycle. With your help, we can break this cycle.

For the last five decades, the Tibetan government in exile has been led by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama and leading Tibetan Lamas have successfully established a great number of monastic institutions and schools in India and Nepal. Though these monasteries are entirely based on foreign aid, so many young Tibetans are educated free of charge. The luckiest children are able to go to India to study although they have to part with their parents at a young age.

Most of the monks are studying at Janchub Ling Monastery, which is the central Institute of Drikung Kagyu Order founded by His Holiness the Drikung Kyabgon. The moanstery is a boarding school for monks. The Monastery is providing education, food and shelter.

Please, many of them are asking for your help to cover text book, medical, and travel expenses. Your generous support for our monks will be received with great appreciation and provide relief for the monks financial needs.



Sacred sites at the Mount Kailash  |  Senge Tenzin Rinpoche  |  Ngari: western Tibet  
                                          |  Limi: northwestern Nepal  | Dolpo: eastern Nepal