Do Tulku Rinpoche’s Schedule 2017

Published on 08 May 2017

19.-20.08. Düsseldorf, Germany
Teachings on "What makes you (not) a Buddhist.”, "The Buddhadharma”, "The four noble truths."

25.08.-03.09. Halscheid (Germany), Arya Tara Dharma Center
The Complete Path (7 Years Training in Europe) under the umbrella of HH. Sakya Trizin:
Clarifying the Sages Intent (together with Arne Schelling)

 12.-17.09. Thessaloniki (Greece) Karma Gyaltsen Ling
Public Teachings
29.09.-01.10. Churwalden (Swiss) Ganden Chökhor Ling 
On the Trail of the Historic Buddha - Introduction into the Basics of Buddhism, Part 2
(together with Arne Schelling)

06.-08.10. Mannheim (Germany), Ngagpa Haus Mannheim

Shamatha and Vipashana- Weekend
13.-15.10. Halscheid (Germany), Arya Tara Dharmacenter
History of Buddhism 
02.-13.11. Barcelona (Spain), Casa Virupa
Public teachings
01.-03.12. Halscheid (Germany)
Arya Tara Dharmacenter
Parting from the Four Attachments 
08.-18.12. Berlin (Germany), Buddhismus in Berlin,
Public evening Talks
Weekend seminar Bodhicharyavatara (chapter 3, together with Arne Schelling)
Weekend seminar on the 400 verses of Aryadeva
27.-31.12., Halscheid (Germany), Arya Tara Dharmacenter, 
Ngöndro Retreat for Ngöndro Gar Practitioners and other Practitioners
(together with Arne Schelling)

Raktrul Ngawang Kunga Rinpoche (a.k.a. Dot Tulku) was born in 1985 in South India where he grew up with his four sisters and received his school education. At the age of 17 he was recognized by H.H. Sakya Trizin as the 6th Raktrul Rinpoche, a Sakya Lama of Do Teng monastery in Kham, Tibet. Subsequently he entered the Dzongsar Khyentse Chokyi Lodro Institute where he received his training in Buddhist philosophy, practice and debate. After eleven years of studies he successfully graduated from there with the title of an Acharya. He also taught at Dzongsar Institute for a year, conducted teachings in schools and led retreats for monks in Mustang. Furthermore he received teachings, transmissions, and initiations from some of the greatest masters of our time like H.H. Dalai Lama, H.H. Sakya Trizin, Khenchen Kunga Wangchuk, Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse Rinpoche, Dagchen Rinpoche, Luding Khenchen Rinpoche and many more. Rinpoche is a translator for the 84000 project. He is a lay practicioner with family.
Do Tulku is known for his learned, unconventional and humorous teaching style.