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Drepung Loseling is dedicated to the study and preservation of the Tibetan Buddhist tradition of wisdom and compassion. A center for the cultivation of both heart and intellect, it provides a sanctuary for the nurturance of inner peace and kindness, community understanding, and global healing. In implementing this vision, Drepung Loseling has two main objectives:
To contribute to North American culture by providing theoretical knowledge and practical training in Tibetan Buddhist scholarly traditions for Western students, scholars and the general public; and
To help preserve the endangered Tibetan culture, which today leads a fragile existence in the exiled refugee communities in India and Nepal.
A Special Message from His Holiness the Dalai Lama
My dear brothers and sisters,
I am writing these words in response to repeated requests from many people around the world. Today, we are passing through an exceptionally difficult time due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic...

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Message from the Spiritual Director of Drepung Loseling Monastery in Atlanta, GA: Geshe Lobsang Tenzin Negi
Dear members and friends, As you are well aware, we are witnessing an unprecedented situation unfold in our world. The Covid-19 pandemic is impacting each of us as individuals as well as challenging our global community. On behalf of the abbot of Drepung Loseling Monastery, the entire Drepung Loseling sangha in India, and the teachers and staff here in Atlanta, I want to convey our deep concern and let you know that we are offering prayers for the well-being of you and your family.

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All Public Events Cancelled until Further Notice
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As we continue to monitor developments with the coronavirus outbreak we are taking a number of precautionary measures for the health and safety of our community, volunteers, teachers, and staff. Beginning this Sunday, March 15, 2020 we are cancelling all of our public events and focusing on the Livestream capability we offer through our website. For details click here.

Year-end Retreat: The Three Principal Aspects of the Path with Tong-len Meditation • December 26-30, 2020
with Geshe Ngawang Phende
Via Zoom
This year’s retreat will focus on, “The Three Principal Aspects of the Path,” a short text in fourteen verses by the illustrious scholar and adept, Je Tsongkhapa. The founder of the Geluk school of Tibetan Buddhism, Je Tsongkhapa was a brilliant thinker and teacher, a prolific author, and a great practitioner.

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In Praise of Dependent Origination with Geshe Dadul Namgyal • July 25 - November 21 • via Zoom
An outstanding and profound text by Je Tsongkhapa which explains and extols the meaning of dependent origination and emptiness from a place of the deepest respect and gratitude, in a way that only one who had full realization of emptiness, could. The Hymn is 58 stanzas long, and we will explore and examine approximately ten stanzas each session of five classes, spread over the next five months.

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DLM Personal Consultations
Starting, June 2, 2020
As part of our service to the community during this time, Drepung Loseling Monastery’s resident teachers are offering Personal Consultations for spiritual advice and well-being to our members and the public via the Zoom platform while we are still closed to the public.

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Medicine Buddha Healing Puja
1st Tuesday of the month 5:30 pm

The Drepung Loseling monks of the Mystical Arts of Tibet will be conducting a Monthly Medicine Buddha Puja for the health and well-being of everyone as we all work together to combat this pandemic.

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Emory's CBCT Program for Online Compassion Practice and Fellowship • Offered twice daily
Feeling stressed, anxious or disconnected in the face of the uncertainty brought about by the novel corona virus is both incredibly common and completely understandable. The Center for Contemplative Science & Compassion-Based Ethics has created two daily sessions of guided meditation and discussion led by an Emory-certified CBCT® instructor, free and open to everyone.

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Building Fundraiser for Monk's New Residence
We are reaching out now to request your kind help in completing one more step in the development of our “Little Tibet” in Atlanta. While selling our existing monk’s residence will help with funding, the total cost will be around $750,000 and your tax-deductible contribution, in any amount, will be extremely helpful and gratefully received.

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Prayer Ceremonies for Home, Business and
Individual or Family Well-Being
by the Monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery
The monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery are available for private blessing ceremonies, home and business blessings, prayers, pujas and lama chopas while on their yearlong Mystical Arts of Tibet tour.
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Basics of Meditation with Geshe Lobsang Tenzin
Our Founder and Spiritual Director, Geshe Lobsang Tenzin, leads the “Basics of Meditation” session on the 1st Sunday of every month at 11:00 am. The session include a talk on the benefits of meditation and how to engage in it, followed by a guided meditation and question and answer session. This program is free and open to the public.
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How can I help?
You can support Drepung Loseling Monastery, Inc. and its programs in a variety of ways, from direct donations, shopping online to volunteering your services.

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Help Us Build the new Drepung Losel Ling Center
for Meditation & Science in India

Help Drepung Loseling Monastery fulfill His Holiness the Dalai Lama's vision for the convergence of science and spirituality.
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Senior Monk Care Fund
Drepung Loseling Monastery – Mungod, India

Join us in providing specialized care for the elder monks at Drepung Loseling Monastery who have preserved and passed on the ancient Buddhist teachings, knowledge and practices to generations of students around the world.
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Emory - Center for Contemplative and Compassion-Based Ethics

The Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics supports a research-based approach to educating both heart and mind. With programs grounded in a theoretical framework for the cultivation of competencies that lead to the prosocial behaviors and outcomes that support flourishing and well-being for individuals and societies, the center also actively works to demonstrate the efficacy of these programs through innovative research.  
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Help Us complete our dream of "A Little Tibet in Atlanta"
To fulfill our vision of preserving Tibet's unique culture and sharing Tibet's spiritual traditions in North America, we started creating our “Little Tibet” in Atlanta with the Center that His Holiness the Dalai Lama inauguarated in 2007. To complete our dream and provide long term stability of our center's facilities and programs, we need to have a residence for our resident and visiting teachers and monks of the Mystical Arts of Tibet tours next door or with walking distance of the Center.

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Videos of His Holiness The Dalai Lama
Visit at Emory University - 2013

Hi-def videos from all the programs of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at Emory University for "The Visit: 2013" are available for viewing on YouTube. Choose from the Full Program or Highlights.
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Previous Visits
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Exhibition: The Loseling Dolls
Sharing the Culture and Tradition of Tibet

The Loseling Gallery is now home to over 200 handcrafted dolls depicting the culture and tradition of Tibet. These handcrafted, mini-masterpieces celebrate the distinct and diverse cultural identity of Tibetans as manifested in an astonishing variety of secular and religious dress.
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Hand-Carved Altar at Drepung Loseling Monastery

This altar is one of the few traditionally hand-carved Tibetan Buddhist altars of this magnitude, intricacy and beauty seen in North America.  
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Video of Tibetan monks studying science at Emory

Six Tibetan Buddhist monks are studying science at Emory University. It's part of the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative, which is infusing science into monastic education. Take a look inside the life of a Tibetan monk while he's in college.
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The 2010 International Conference on Tibetan Buddhism

The International Conference on Tibetan Buddhism was held at the Emory Conference Center Hotel from October 18-20, 2010, in conjunction with the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Emory University. This conference was co-sponsored by the Office of Tibet, New York, & Emory University, with support from the Conservancy for Tibetan Art & Culture in Washington, DC, and Drepung Loseling Monastery, Inc., in Atlanta, GA.
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