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Anniversaire du Jour de disparition de Srila Prabhupada





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India - Kashmir - Zanskar - Ladakh - Himachal Pradesh.

A trip starting in Srinagar and ending in Delhi with a lot of highlights in the Zanskar valley and in Ladakh.

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Wood sculptures.

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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Ladakhi woman turning the prayer wheels (Alchi Monastery).

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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Paintings.

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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Ladakhi woman and monk.

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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india - ladakh

Prayer wheel.

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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india - ladakh

Prayer wheels.

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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india - ladakh

Ladakhi woman turning the prayer wheels (Alchi Monastery).

Alchi Monastery (Gompa).

Alchi Gompa dates back to the year 1000 AD and was built by the Translator, Rinchen Zangpo. He even made a reference about the monastery in his biographies. It is written that he brought thirty-two sculptors and wood carvers from Kashmir, for the construction of the Alchi Monastery of Leh Ladakh. The monastery is sited at a distance of approximately 67 km to the west of Leh. One can easily see an Indian touch in this monastery, especially in the way its paintings have been made.
Three sacred temples, with the main one being that of Rinchen Lhakhang at Lotsa Lhakhang, make up a major part of the Alchi Gompa of Ladakh. However, there are other temples also, namely Jamyang Lhakhang (Manjusri temple), Sumtsag Lhakhang and so on. There are a number of images inside the monastery. However, the main one is that of Vairocana. The other images include the ones of the five Buddha Families, along with their attendant deities.

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Monastery located high in the Ladakhi mountains.

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At the confluence of the Zanskar and the Indus river; in front the Zanskar river, on your left the red-coloured Indus river.

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A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Foundateur/Acharya de ISKCON,
(l'Association Internationale pour la Conscience de Krishna)

 

Anniversaire du Jour de disparition de Srila Prabhupada

Par suite est l’hommage à Srila Prabhupada par Sa Grâce Sankarshan Das Adhikari à l’occasion du Festival  du Jour de Disparition de Srila Prabhupada le 5 novembre 2005 à Sri Vrindavan Dhama.

(Quatre-vingt neuf disciples de Srila Prabhupada étaient présents, quoique tous n’aient pas pu parler pendant la célébration à cause de la contrainte du temps.)

 

SG Sankarshan Das :

Il n’existe pas de paroles suffisantes pour réciproquer l’amour que Srila Prabhupada m’a donné et à nous tous. Cet amour est absolument inconcevable, illimité, sans fond. Sans fond veux dire qu’il n’y a absolument pas de limite pour obtenir la miséricorde, la sagesse de Sa Divine Grâce Srila Prabhupada. Je me rappelais simplement ce matin combien je souffrais. Je pleurais tellement ma vie était vide, sans raison-d’être, un cauchemar horrible. Mais, par suite, j’ai reçu la grâce de Sa Divine Grâce Srila Prabhupada et de tellement de ses disciples merveilleux, comme Makhanlal Prabhu, présent ici, il me prêcha le premier à Berkeley. Plus tard, Sa Sainteté Visnujana Maharaj est venu à Austin en 1971. Donc, par la gentillesse de Srila Prabhupada et la gentillesse épanouie par Srila Prabhupada à travers ses disciples, j’ai reçu l’opportunité de devenir véritablement heureux et de quitter ma condition souffrante. Combien je suis endetté à Srila Prabhupada et à vous tous ! Il n’y a pas de limite ! Tout ce qui concerne Srila Prabhupada est absolument merveilleux.

Une foi, un dévot demanda à Srila Prabhupada. « Srila Prabhupada, que se passe-t’il quand on donne un ‘simplement merveilleux’ [un petit bonbon ainsi nomméé] à quelqu’un dans la rue ? »

Srila Prabhupada répondit, « il goutera ce ‘simplement merveilleux’, et il se portera au temple et il deviendra simplement merveilleux. Krishna est simplement merveilleux, ce processus est simplement merveilleux, et vous êtes tous simplement merveilleux. » 

Alors, un dévot répondit, « Prabhupada est simplement merveilleux !»

Prabhupada dit alors, « C’est bien ça, faites un kirtan maintenant. »

Je vous remercie pour être des disciples simplement merveilleux de Srila Prabhupada, donnant à ce simplement malheureux, Sankarshan Das, l’opportunité de devenir conscient de Krishna.

                                       











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