Namdroling Tibetan Buddhist Center
Namdroling Tibetan Buddhist Center in Bozeman, Montana is dedicated to the Palyul tradition of Vajrayana Nyingma Tibetan Buddhism. Namdroling’s guiding principle is that of Bodhicitta, or loving kindness and concern for others, as we realize that self-liberation is gained by bringing benefit to all living beings. Our aspiration is to nurture and strengthen our community by studying, practicing, and living the Dharma, and helping the greater community through acts of service and by sharing the Dharma with all who are interested.Learn More
Online Buddhist Study Classes for 2017Cyber Shedra Distance Learning Program
Khenpo Norgay Rinpoche & Namdroling Invite You To Join In The
Cyber Shedra Distance Learning Program
Khenpo Tenzin Norgay Rinpoche and Namdroling, Montana are happy to again offer the distance learning program – Cyber Shedra. Cyber Shedra was established by Namdroling and Khenpo Rinpoche in 2004 in order to help serious Dharma students receive pure Buddhist teachings. This is an exceptionally rare opportunity for students whose lives are mingled with the world and worldly responsibilities. A uniqueness of this program is that you study from your own device when and where it is most convenient for you.
The teachings are given by Khenpo Norgay Rinpoche from the Palyul Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. Participants have the opportunity to receive teachings from and communicate questions to master Buddhist teacher Khenpo Rinpoche via email and the web. Lessons, assignments, practice instructions, and written question and answer sessions are incorporated into the program.
For complete information and registration, click on the Cyber-Shedra tab above. You may register any time between now and November 7, 2017.
We look forward to studying with all who are interested!
Sand Mandala for the People of the Gallatin Valley
The monks visiting Namdroling Montana in September 2017 will be creating a sand mandala for our community. This Tibetan Buddhist tradition is a visual display meticulously created with layers of colored sand. The display will be both created, then dissolved and offered for the benefit of our community.
We will continue regular practices every Sunday and then on the Tibetan auspicious days as noted on our calendar. We also hold an open meditation group on Thursday evenings. Please see our calendar for more information.