Centre Culturel Tibétain is pleased to invite you to celebrate Losar, the Tibetan New Year. Come and join us for this important celebration that will take place for the first time at our new centre on Sunday 5 March. For further information about the event: Losar Celebration
Phuntsok Chö Ling, Tibetan Buddhist Centre in the Netherlands, organises its yearly spring retreat during which Lama Jigmé Namgyal will give extensive teaching about shamathā and vipassanā meditation. The retreat will take place from SAT 25 FEB to FRI 3 MAR 2017 | 09:30 — 17:00 in the beautiful woods of Oosterhout. For further information […]
We are happy to announce that Ani Yuan Xun and Ani Yuan Wang, two buddhist nuns from one of the most established Buddhist academies in the world will travel to Luxembourg during their European tour and grant a visit to our Centre Culturel Tibétain on 13 and 14 February. We invite you to attend two […]
Dear friends, We are pleased to announce that the registrations for the upcoming courses starting in January are open. Please check the information about the courses here. We are looking forward to seeing you soon.
The Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium) has recently acquired an important collection of Tibetan texts from the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC). The TBRC was founded in 1999 by the late E. Gene Smith (1936-2010) with the aim of finding, preserving, organizing and disseminating Tibetan texts in a digital format.
The Tibetan Cultural Centre Luxembourg was founded by Lama Jigmé Namgyal with the vision of sharing the insights of Tibetan culture with the society of Luxembourg. Its goal is to benefit individuals, organizations and society in general, as well as to preserve this unique wisdom culture for future generations.
Lama Jigmé Namgyal Lama Jigmé Namgyal was born into a nomad family in Golog, in the eastern part of Tibet, where he studied Buddhism from a young age. His root teacher was Khenpo Jigme Phuntsok, with whom he studied at the university of Serthar Larung Gar. After consulting his teachers, Lama Jigmé Namgyal decided to […]
The Tibetan cultural identity expresses itself in a variety of ways, including music, dance, literature and art, science, philosophy, medicine, astrology and spiritual practice. All are characterized by the development of basic human values, such as love, compassion and non-violence. Nowadays Tibetan culture is very much endangered; it is therefore fundamental to preserve this culture in […]