Bhutanese film-maker and buddhist teacher Khyentse Norbu was honoured to be one of the 83 artists invited to exhibit at the prestigious 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, curated by Ralph Rugoff.
Khyentse Norbu’s short black-and-white film “2118”, which showed at the Biennale, is a mysterious, contemplative allegory that takes the viewer, wordlessly, into the heart of one of the most profound truths of buddhist philosophy. The film features a mostly amateur cast of monks and tulkus (reincarnated past masters) and a mostly non-professional crew.
Beautiful poem in praise of the Buddha by Rabindranath Tagore on the occasion of Saga Dawa Düchen.
Featuring Madeleine Tréhin, a French painter who draws inspiration from her meditation practice.
Letter from Rinpoche regarding the upcoming transmissions in Bhutan and beyond.
Join us in exploring the concept of bardo through arts, music, poetry and other creative ways.
To celebrate the Tibetan New Year, KF & SI present our fifth calendar to encourage you in your practice.
Take the bodhisattva vow with Rinpoche to celebrate Lhabab Düchen
Rinpoche answers Sara Rojo's questions on how to be a good kalyanamitra.
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