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Jammon Drupchoe Chenmo

This special practice dedicated for seeking the blessing of Maitreya Buddha was introduced by Desei Sangye Gyatso, the regent of the 5th Dalai Lama. It was introduced for peace and prosperity for all in general, and specifically for the success of the great 5th Dalai Lama’s spiritual and political activities, and to enhance his longevity. […]

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TorKyag Ritual Prayer

On the 29th of the twelfth Tibetan lunar month, a special ritual to pacify the obstacles from the past and to pave way for the success of the upcoming new year is held for several days. This ritual is associated mainly with the monastery’s protector Thawo Choegyal Chenmo. Several days of intensive prayers are done […]

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Monthly Auspicious Day Puja (Dakang)

Every month, coinciding with the 15th day of the Tibetan Lunar Calendar, a day long invocation ritual dedicated to the protectors of our monastery is conducted. If there aren’t any sponsor for it, the monastic office would bear the expenses. Similarly, on the 10th and 25th of every month, there would be morning ‘Feast Offering […]

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Lamp Offering

Enlisting the Names of Sponsors of the Lamps Outside the administrative office, lights are lit every night in front of the frame enshrining images of one thousand Buddha Shakyamuni. Names of the sponsors who contributed more than Rs. 2000 are written and kept there for one year. This is done so that those sponsors could […]

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Central Administration

  Monastic activities and curriculum are conducted under the direction of the so called Uchoesum or the Three Pillar of the monastery that compromises of the abbot, the disciplinarian and the chanting master. They have the most prominent roles in every aspect of the monastery’s internal and external matters. For the post of administrative officers, […]

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Education Development Committee

Introduction:With the aim of preserving and promoting the rich doctrine of Buddhism through study, contemplation and meditation, Sera Mey Monastery was initially founded by Kunkyen Jangchup Bhumpa in 1942; he was the first abbot of Sera Mey. The present abbot is the 90th. Since the upheaval that saw Tibetans becoming refugees in India, and after […]

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Sera Mey Thoesam School

Previous Next With an aim of providing a basic modern education along with the traditional monastic education, Sera Mey Thoesam School was founded in 1980. Students here study the same text books as taught in all other modern schools in India, on top of Tibetan Grammar and History. In the morning they memorize the monastic […]

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Sera Mey Library

Previous Next Sera Mey Library was established with the sole aim of providing the needs of the students and not with any business intention. The library publishes Dharma books and produces CDs to listen to the teachings of His Holiness, other Lamas, scholars from Sera-Mey as well as from outside. With the need of the […]

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Sera Mey Student’s Incentive Fund

Previous Next In Tibet – prior to 1959 – Sera Mey had an incentive fund that helped many poor monks in their difficult years of intensive study. However, due to Tibet’s occupation by P.R.C, this could not be continued in exile as the monastery itself remained financially poor for many years. In 2003, it was […]

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Sera Mey Asian Classic Input Project

Previous Next For the survival and continuation of the Buddha Dharma, Geshe Lobsang Choenzi founded this Asian Classic Input Computer Project. This computer project preserves wide ranges of Buddhist literatures so that they could be preserved for the future. Those texts which are preserved through this project could be viewed through the internet. The project […]

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