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A Buddhist Principle

All living beings desire to be happy and everyone has equal rights to live a happy life.

it is wrong to explore and use others for seek of your pleasure because it causes suffering for others and eventually for youself.

It is right way to serve and use self for benefit of others
because it cause happiness for other and make good feeling for youself.

Cherishing others is the wisdom that make yourself happy. By doing so, peace prevail in your own life and in your environment!!

Save A Culture
is the slogan to raise world wide awareness of the Limi people's plight

Limis are ethanic Tibetan with intact unique Tibetan culture, which is is serviving in the most remote area of northwestern Nepal.

Tragedy is the traditional life-style is no longer working. To escape from proverty, those who have means leave the villages in order to seek
for educational opportunities and a better way of life.

Kailashzone and Antahkanara are working to save the unique culture of Limi people
by building school for children, clinic for sick, and introducing alternative economic resources for the villagers.

Tashi Kailash
Chairperson of Kailashzone

"to educate younger generation is an important responsibility for this generation.

The children of Limi
need a school to break
cycle of illiteracy and poverty in the region snf to make Limi a better place to live.

I, therefore, request for your help and full support
to do our projects."

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Taipei Drikung Kagyu Dharma Center

is a form of religious institution, where Senge Tenzin Rinpoche, his monks and students gather regularly in the centre to study and practice teachings of Buddha dharma. Occussionally, the centre invite and host Buddhist teachings by espected Buddhists teachers.

The Dharma Centre addresses are:
Fl. 5th, No.30, Lane 136, MingQuan E.Road,
Sec. 6,Taipei, 114, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel: (886)2-2791-9920 Fax: (886)2-2793-0447
Email: or

A brief story about the Dharma Centre

The founder of Taipei Drikung Kagyu Dharma Centre is His Holiness the Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang. For decades, Drikung Chetsang appointed several Rinpoches and monks of Drikung Kagyu Order to be the resident religious teacher in the Dharma Center.

In 2001, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche was offered the opportunity to be the resident, religious teacher of in the Dharma Centre. Since then, Senge Rinpoche has been giving Buddhists teachings in general and transmitting the prefound meditation practices on the Fivefold Paths of Mahamudra, and Six Yogas of Niropa and Phowa teachings to hundreds of Taiwanes Buddhist students.

In 2003, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche found the Nagarjuna Dharma centre in Taichung city (two hours drive from Taipei).

Pilgrims and Dharma Activities of Senge Tenzin Rinpoche

In 2002, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche took a group of his follow students on pilgrim to Drikung Thil monastery, (the main monastery of the Drikung Kagyu Order in Tibet), to the sacred Mount Kailash, western Tibet, Lhasa (the capital city of Tibet), Riwo-Tse Nga, (the residence of Manjushri, the Buddha of Wisdom, in the mainland, China).

In 2003, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche brought a group of his students on the inauguration ceremony of the Songtsen library, in Dhera Dun, northeast India. On the special occussion, the Senge Rinpoche's group offered a long life Mandala offering to His Holiness the Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang and distrubuted money, butter-tea and food to roughly three hundred monks and nuns on behave of the Taipei Drikung Kagyu Dharma Centre

In 2004, on the historical Monkey Year Teaching of Drikung Kagyu Order and inauguratoin of the great Lotus stupa, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche attended the teachings with a group of his follow students at Lumbini, in Nepal. During the eight days teachings by the most respected masters of Drikung Kagyu Order, including His Holiness the Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang, to over nine thousands attendances of the monks, nuns and the western and eastern spiritual devotees.

Monkey Year Teaching is one of the three most important religious gathering of the Drikung Kagyu Order of Tibetan Buddhism. On that glorious celebration, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche and his group sponsored one of the eight days of the teaching. On the day, Senge Rinpoche and group made a long life Mandala offering to His Holiness Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang and distrubuted money to all the monks and nuns.

In June 2004, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche made his first time visit Limi with a group of 14 Taiwanees. Limi is located northwest Nepal. The villagers have special spiritual connection with the precious reincartions of Senge Tenzin Rinpoche. In fact, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche is also known as Limi Tulk, (the reincarnation of Limi). Therefore, Senge Tenzin Rinpoche's visit to Limi is like going to home for him. The villagers of Limi has requested and prayed for this occussion for decades.

Since Senge Tenzin Rinpoche become as the spiritual master of the Taipei Drikung Kagyu Dharma Centre and Nagarjuna Dharma Centre, he has achieved a great success in spreeding the teachings of Buddhism in Taiwan and was able to raise fun from many generous devotees for various purposes including building Gomoche monastery in Dolpo, helping young monks from Kailash regions.


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