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H.E. Gyaltsen Tulku Rinpoche and Drubpön Ngawang

H.E. Gyaltsen Tulku Rinpoche and Drubpön Ngawang

From March 1-3, the Buthanese yogi and Drukpa master H.E. Gyaltsen Tulku Rinpoche, together with Venerable Drubpon Ngawang Tenzin and Lama Sönam, graced our Hamburg center Druk Kunzig Ling.

On the first day H.E. spoke in the Hamburg Ethnological Museum about "Wisdom, Love and Compassion". We consider it a special coincidence that among the treasures of the museum is a precious statue of Tsangpa Gyare the 1st Gyalwang Drukpa.

The following two days, Gyaltsen Tulku Rinpoche blessed everyone with profound Mahamudra teachings. 75 people appeared alone to receive a Blessing Ceremony. Many of them came for empowerment at Chenresig, the Buddha of Boundless Compassion.

Gino Leineweber, freelance writer and chairman of the Buddhist Vihara e. V. Hamburg, conducted an interview with Gyaltsen Tulku Rinpoche during H.E.'s visit to Hamburg. Gino Leinweber has kindly made the transcript available to us. Here the complete Interwiev (PDF).


Kunzang Tenpé Gyaltsen, better known as H.E. Gyaltsen Tulku Rinpoche, is a high yogi of the Drukpa order from Bhutan. In 2008, he was officially appointed by H.H. the 12th Gyalwang Drukpa in Darjeeling at his retreat center Chitre as Drubpön or Retreat Master as Detchen Ösel Puk, which is equivalent to "Divine Happiness and Light". More details

Venerable Drubpon Ngawang Tenzin is the European representative of the Drukpa Order, based in Plouray, France. For many years, he has regularly traveled to all European centers of the order and is intensively engaged in spreading its teachings in the West. He has already visited Hamburg several times. From the bottom of our hearts, our everlasting gratitude goes to him. More information

Fotos: © Agnes Forsthuber

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