June 21, 2011
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Published By Tashi

Kalon Tripa to Visit Tibetan Settlements in Ladakh [Tuesday, 21 June 2011, 3:50 p.m.]

 Kalon Tripa Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche during a visit to Phuntsokling in Dalhousie, HP,  Sept 2010 / File photo

Kalon Tripa Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche will be visiting Tibetan
settlements in Ladakh and meet with Tibetan populace living there.Kalon Tripa will visit Sonamling Tibetan Settlement in Leh, Ladakh, on 24 June. He
will meet Tibetan welfare officer, president and staff of co-operative
society, members of local Tibetan legislative assembly, president
Tibetan children’s village school, teachers, medical doctors, regional
non-governmental organisations including Tibetan Youth Congress,
Tibetan Women’s Association and camp leaders on the following day. Kalon
Tripa will give a talk on “Buddhism for world peace” to the general
public on 26 June in Jhokhang Vihar in Leh to be hosted by the Central
Institute of Buddhist Studies located there.  On 27 June, Kalon
Tripa will meet and talk to the settlement officers, members of local
Tibetan assembly, teachers, students, staff and local Tibetans living in northern part of Ladakh at Nyima, Guidyul, Sumdho, Hanley and Kagshung. Kalon Tripa will talk to Tibetans in Chumur and Samedh, Kharnak, Sumdho, on 28 June.  On
29 June, Kalon Tripa will meet and talk to the students and staff of
the Tibetan Children’s Village School and to the students and staff in
Central Institute for Buddhist Studies in Leh.Last year, Kalon
Tripa visited Tibetan settlements in northeastern parts of India in
June, Tibetan settlements in Himachal Pradesh in July and Mainpat
Phendeling Tibetan settlement in May.

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