Dharamsala Buddhism Introductory Committee announces series of special classes in 2019
DHARAMSALA, Nov 29: The Buddhism Introductory Committee of Dharamsala announced a series of special classes on Buddhism to the general public to suit their lifestyle which will commence from 2019.
Tibetans from settlements across India, who wish to attend the teaching but faces problem of board and lodging in Dharamsala can avail free board and lodging facilities to attend special classes on Buddhism being organised by the Buddhism Introductory Committee of Dharamsala, MP Dawa Tsering, the Director of the organisation announced at the press conference held today at Yongling School in McLeod Ganj.
The organisation further announced tailor-made special classes on Buddhism to Tibetans to suit one’s lifestyle on subjects which ranges from Buddhism at large to Buddhism, science, Philosophies, mediation and on Tibetan language for a duration of a month to two, three, four, five, six and as even for a year to be taught by Geshe Lharampa Lobsang Drakpa and Geshe Lobsang Dawa in 2019.
The Buddhism Introductory Committee of Dharamsala was founded in 2005 and has since been facilitating teachings on Buddhism to the general public. Starting from 2013, it has regularly organised teachings during the Holy fourth month in the Tibetan calendar year (Saka Dawa).
Additionally, since its inception in 2007, it has so far organised 12 rounds of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s annual Buddhist teaching for the Tibetan youth from schools and colleges.
The details of the teachings organised in 2019 by the organisation are as follows: