Buddhism and meditation for the modern world
Welcome to the online home of the New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union (NKT-IKBU) founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
The New Kadampa Tradition – International Kadampa Buddhist Union is an international association of Mahayana Buddhist study and meditation centres that follow the Kadampa Buddhist tradition founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
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International Temples Day 2014
Saturday November 1, 2014 is NKT International Temples Day, when Kadampa centers worldwide celebrate the International Temples Project. The International Temples Project was founded by Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, with the aim to introduce the Buddhist faith and practice of the New Kadampa Tradition publicly, and to exemplify contemporary Buddhist practice through service to the public. It presently achieves this through building traditional and non-traditional temples, meditation and retreat centres, and through the activities of Kadampa schools, world peace cafés and Tharpa Publications.
Through Kadampa Temples flourishing throughout the world more and more people will receive the blessings of inner peace, and through inner peace there will come outer peace. Read about ways you can help this auspicious project.
Follow the International Fall Festival 2014 live on social media
We hope you enjoy and share this special spiritual holiday.
Fall Festival Update - Important Information
NKT-IKBU International Festivals newsletter – giving you information on the latest news and activities related to the upcoming international Festivals
Fall Festival - Hotel Availability Update
The following rooms are still available for the Fall Festival at KMC New York, 17-23 October,2014.
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Buddhism & Meditation
KMC New York is located on 82 acres in Glen Spey, New York, in the beautiful Delaware River Valley, approximately a two hour drive from New York City, and just minutes from the New Jersey and Pennsylvania borders...
Mahamudra Tantra introduces a new world of meditation. It explains how we can use our imagination as a powerful tool in our spiritual practice . . .