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Since the inception of Norbu Choling Dharma Centre in 2006, We have the honour of having kind and humble teachers gracing our events both in Singapore and Indonesia from Key Gompa and Gaden Shartse Monastery. Their presence have path the way for us to share the precious Buddhadharma with everyone near and far.

Extract: "To be able to take rebirth in upper realms you must practice morality. Either one, two, three or all seven actions of morality you must practice. You take very firm commitment and you follow that one morality that also can produce human form in the future. In the world, there are around 7.6 billion human beings so somebody can think that it is not so difficult to get a human form but to practice morality that is not only in Buddhism. In other religious traditions, they also practice morality like Hindus - almost no religions would say killing action is good. Killing action is considered a bad practice and not to be practiced. So, that kind of morality is there in most of the religious traditions of the world. That is the training of morality (moral ethics)."

» Bodhicaryavatara: An insight into “A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life (2017- Part 1/3)

Lochen RinpocheRev. T. K. Lochen Tulku is the 19th reincarnation of the Great Translator Rinchen Zangpo (year 958 - 1055) of Tibet, - one of the greatest scholars and artists of the century. Rinchen Zangpo is believed to be an emanation of Buddha Shakyamuni. The Buddha stated that he will come to Himalayas in the future at a certain place "who will be a bird-faced monk, an emanation of the Muni named with Ratna" (Rinchen / precious).

Rinchen Zangpo translated over hundred-text books of Buddha's doctrine from Sanskrit to Tibetan including the 16 volumes of Prajana Pramita Stra and many more.

During the 10th century, he was a great temple builder. He built 108 temples throughout the Himalayan region including Western Tibet. It is said that he built all these temples overnight through his miracle power. However, we still have remaining temples in India Himalayan region, such as in Ladhak, Spiti and Kinnaur. These temples are well known to the world because of their fine art and architecture.

Present Rev. T. K. Lochen Tulku Rinpoche was born in Kinnaur Dist. of Himachal State in Northern India and is honored as a Scholar, a Master of Buddhist Philosophy and in Tantrayana Buddhism since 1985. He received an intensive and large number of instructions on both Sutra and Tantra from His Holiness the Dalai Lama, his two tutors and most respected and practiced master His Eminence Lati Rinpoche. He had formal education in Buddhist dialectic Institution in Dharamasla and holds a Uma Ran Jampa post-graduate degree.

He runs monasteries in India Himalayan region and has tens of thousands of disciples. He is chairing many more organisations all over india. In Tibet, he belongs to Tashi Lhunpo Monastic University.

It is also a tradition in this Monastic University that if Lochen Tulku is present during prayers, there is no need of a statue of Buddha Shakyamuni where otherwise is necessary, particularly during the puja of restoration and purification. He also visits many countries in the west giving teachings of Buddhist philosophy, initiations and is a guardian to many needy people.




Abbot Tsering TobayAbbot Tsering was born in 1939 in Losar, Spiti. He was ordained at the age of 7 by Kyabje Trijiang Rinpoche. Since then, he embarked on his monastic training and studied all the fields of Buddhist studies with great masters like; Ling Rinpoche, H.H. the 14th dalai lama, Lati Rinpoche and Serkong Rinopche. he furthered his tantric studies in Tshi Lhunpo Moanstery, South India and is well-versed in both tantric and sutra practices.

Abbot Tsering TobayAbbot Lobsang Jinpa was born in 1956 in Losar, Spiti. He was ordained at the age of 13 by Karchen Tashi Dorje. Since then, he had a personal tutor; Tesring Chhopel under which he studied Tantric practices for 18 years. From 1981, he embarked on his debate and Sutra studies for another 10 years under Geshe Tsewang. He had been in Lama dance for 7 years since 1974.From1992 to 1995; he was a Chanting Master and served as a teacher from 1996 to 2000 in Kee Gompa. From 2004 to 2007, Lobsang Jinpa was appointed as the Abbot of Kee Gompa. Khenpo Jinpa has studied under great masters like: Serkong Rinpoche, Ling Rinpoche, Lati Rinpoche, Kyabje Trijiang Rinpoche, H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama, Lochen Tulku Rinpoche and Tomdhan Rinpoche.

Rinpoche Jangchoe ChodenRinpoche Jangchup Choeden was appointed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, as New Abbot of Gaden Shartse Monastery in May 2009. The enthronement ceremony was on Sunday, 26th July at Gaden Shartse Monastery. He is from the prestigious Gaden Shartse Norling College in Mundgod and Gyuto Tantric University. He studied under guidance of the great masters Ven. Khensur Lobsang Choepel (ex-abbot Shartse College); His Eminence Kyabje Khensur Lati Rinpoche (abbot emeritus Shartse College). From 1979 to 1988, he studied Pramana Vidya (Buddhist Logic), Prajnaparamita (Pefection of Wisdom), Madyamika (Middle Way), Abhidharma (Treasury of Knowledge), and Vinaya (Ethics). He was awarded the prestigious degree of Geshe Lharampa.