Felicitation Program for His Holiness Gaden Tripa Rizong Sras-Trul Rinpoche

New Delhi, India (PressExposure) December 21, 2009 -- Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Association on behalf of all Buddhist Community of Himalayan Regions will felicitate and honor His Holiness Gaden Tripa Rizong Sras-Trul Rinpoche of Ladakh (Jammu and Kashmir) for attaining the highest seat in the Gelukpa School of Tibetan Buddhism on Thursday, 10.30 hrs, 24th December 2009 at Mavalankar Hall, Rafi Marg, New Delhi.

102nd Gaden Tripa Rizong Sras-Trul Rinpoche is an Indian Citizen enthroned to the great seat of Gaden Tri (Golden Throne), who is the Supreme Head of Gelukpa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. He attained the highest position of Gelukpa after rigorous study and practice of Mahayana Buddhist at different stages and level for about 40 years.

Felicitation Program for His Holiness Gaden Tripa Rizong Sras-Trul Rinpoche The Spiritual Head of Gelukpa School of Tibetan Buddhism

Venue: Mavalankar Hall, Rafi Marg, New Delhi Day and Time: Thursday, 10.30 hrs Date: 24 December 2009 Chief Guest: Shri Raja Vir Bhadra Singh, Hon'ble Minister of Steel, Govt. of India Presided over by: Dr. Bikshu Satya Pal Sangh, Mahanayak of India Guest of Honour: Shri Naveen Jindal, (Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha) Shri Trilochan Singh, (Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha) Shri Dorjee Khandu, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Shri Tempa Tsering, Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama

For any further information: Tsering Samphel, Member (NC/ST) and Shri. O.T. Lepcha (Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha) Conveners Organizing Committee Mobile: 9958009876/9811533887

About Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Association

The Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Association (HBCA) is non-profit humanitarian organisation registered under the Societies Registration Act, XXI, 1860, S/22124/91 of Government of India. Organisation was set up in 1985 to preserve and promote Tibetan Buddhism in the Himalayan regions of India. At present, organisation has up to 15 branches from Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh. The HBCA is engaged in a wide variety of projects and continues to search for new ways to promote peace and Buddhist Culture throughout the region.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 21, 2009 at 10:10 am
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