Padmasambhava Day puja

Celebrating the great guru of Tibet


This special festival honours the great guru Padmasambhava - the Lotus Born - who established Buddhism in Tibet.

Padmasambhava represents great compassion and the ability each of us has to deeply transform the depths of our psyches in alignment with truth and reality. Padmasambhava is the embodiment of enlightened wisdom and compassion.

Details of the evening are yet to be confirmed, but you can always count on magic and energy at a Padmasambhava puja.

We'll start the evening with a meal of dhal and rice at 5.30pm.

Festivities begin in the shrine room at 6.30pm.


17 September 2021  5:30pm-8:30pm


By koha / donation


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