Provide financial support to one of the little monks

monks from "Jangtse Hardong Khangtsen" Ganden Monastery in South India

WE NEED YOUR HELP TO CARE FOR THEM

“Some people need so little, but they need so little so much”

Tenzin Samchok

 

Age: 15

Class: 3

Tenzin Tarsel

 

Age: 10

Class: 1

Tenzin Kawa

 

Age: 8

Class: 2

Tenzin Dawa

 

Age: 12

Class: kg

Phurbu Tsering

 

Age: 11

Class: 2

Tenzin Jiksel

 

Age: 9

Class: kg

Tenzin Lhuntub

 

Age: 13

Class: kg

                                    Sonam Yiknyen

 

                                    Age: 8

                                    Class: kg

                                    Tenzin Janyang

 

                                    Age: 10

                                    Class: 1

                                       Tenzin Pema

 

                                        Age: 14

                                        Class: kg

                                       Tenzin Purpa

 

                                        Age: 13

                                        Class: kg

                                  Tashi Wangchuk

 

                                   Age: 12

                                   Class: 1

                                    Pasang Dorje

 

                                   Age: 16

                                   Class: 3

                                    Tenzin Namkar

 

                                     Age: 12

                                     Class: 2

Lobsang Tsering

 

Age: 9

Class: kg

Pema Drakpa

 

Age: 9

Class: kg

Tenzin Loden

 

Age: 9

Class: kg

Tenzin Nyendrak

 

Age: 7

Class: kg

Tenzin Tsondru

 

Age: 7

Class: kg

Leki Wangchuk

 

Age: 6

Class: kg

Tenzin Pelgye

 

Age: 10

Class: kg

Tenzin Sangpo

 

Age: 8

Class: kg

Tenzin Tashi

 

Age: 7

Class: kg

Tenzin Trinley

 

Age: 16

Class: kg

How can you help young refugees?

 

We would kindly request you to give financial support to the monks in order to facilitate Gaden’s mission of teaching monks in the Buddhist philosophy of wisdom and compassion and prevent the extinction of Tibet’s culture. The monastery is unable to provide sufficient food, refuge and medical treatment to all of the monks. There are almost 1000 monks under 18. Most children are orphans. By donating only US$ 50 per month, you will help to provide the monks with food, clothes, medical aid and education, which they desperately need.

 

 

   You can become a sponsor

           * Sponsor one monk for -   '1'   month: INR 2040      /   US $ 30

                                                   -   '1'   year:    INR 24,480   /   US $ 360

 

  A young monk, chosen by you for sponsorship, will be informed, that you are his sponsor.

 

             * Send one-time help (any amount you find comfortable)

 

  Your contribution will be transferred to the "General Fund" of Gaden Jangtse Hardong Khangtsen,

so your donation will benefit all monks.

 

 

 

Khangtsen will send you official receipts of your voluntary contribution or donation. The office will regularly make you aware of the everyday life and activities of the monks and monastery.

 

 The monks lead a very simple life, they arrived to India to complete traditional monastic education, and we do not intend to keep them from their studies which they pursue day and night. Thus, we allow no direct contacts with student monks, but your presents (books, pens, pencils, socks, etc.) will be given directly to a person whom you want to support. Upon your request, we will send you his picture and tell about his life. The monastery will keep you informed of his life.

 

If you want to help very much but do not have a stable financial income, for a monthly sponsor aid you may donate one-time, absolutely any sum available to you. Every rupee is very important.

 

When sending your donation (see the page “Donate”) specify your name so that the monks can pray for your well-being and health. 

 

 

Thank you for your kindness and compassion!

 

 

* Tibetan monasteries, including Gaden, are divided into “Kangtsens” or “houses” depending on their location in Tibet. For example, Jangtse Hardong Kangtsen is part of Gaden monastery in Hardong province, Tibet. Each Kangtsen receives monks from the relevant province in Tibet.

 

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