We are delighted to announce that Venerable Khenchen Nyima Gyaltsen Rinpoche will lead a Puja for Losar during his short stay in the Center. We are happy to invite you to participate in presence. You can also participate online via Zoom. Afterwards we will sit together in the cafeteria enjoying coffee and cake. If you wish to bring something, please don’t hesitate, and inform us in your registration.
Until 13:45: Arrival at the Center - Please be on time!
14:00: Begin with the Puja, followed by a smoke offering
15:00 Uhr: Coffee and cake in the cafeteria. If you wish to bring something to eat, please note on the registration.
Please let us know if you will come until 05.02.2024: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please let us know, if you participate in presence or online and also if you wish to bring something for the cake-buffet.
Tibetan New Year, also known as Losar, is the most important festival according to the Tibetan calendar.
It is celebrated over a period of two weeks. The Losar ceremony dates back to the Tibetan, pre-Buddhist period. At that time, Tibetans held a spiritual ceremony every winter. During this ceremony, a large amount of incense was burned to appease the local spirits, gods and protectors. This religious festival later 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 primarily characterized by music, dancing and conviviality.
LOSAR LA TASHI DELEK!