We are very happy to welcome Ringu Tulku to Dublin 21st - 24th June 2012. Rinpoche's first visit to Ireland was in January 1990, when he stayed for three weeks and taught both at Dublin Samye Dzong and in Dzogchen Beara in West Cork, at the invitation of both Akong Rinpoche and Sogyal Rinpoche. At the time both were 'fledgeling' centres and we have been indebted for the continuing support of Rinpoche's wonderful visits. Bodhicharya Ireland was formed by a group of Rinpoche's long term students in 2008 and each year hosts a weekend teaching in Dublin.
Best wishes to everyone for the Tibetan New Year of the Male Water Dragon - and we'll have more details on Rinpoche's upcoming visit soon.
A new online reading room, an archive of translations of the words of the Buddha has been launched today by the Khyentse Foundation, who are undertaking to translate the whole of the Kangyur [sacred texts]. This is a unique resource at our fingertips, inspired by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, it is a work in progress and currently 100 translators are dedicated to the task.