Dear Buddhist friends,
We are pleased to share this important moment and our happiness with you. Your participation is very much appreciated.
In the heavenly realm of tibet,
Surrounded by a chain of snow mountains,
The source of all happiness and help for beings
Is Tenzin Gyaltso–Chenrezig in person–
may his life besecure for hundreds of kalpas!
In the year 624 BC, in Kapilawaththu (Nepal) Siddhartha Gautama was born as a prince. His father was King Suddhodana and his mother was Queen Mahamaya. When he was sixteen he finished his education and he married Princess Yasodara. King Suddhodana handed over his kingdom to his son Siddhartha. They had a baby name Rahula. When king Siddhartha was 29 years old he decided to renounce lay life. Siddhartha left from his kingdom and went to several well-known teachers to study the ultimate nature of reality. But their teachings didn’t satisfy him and he set out to find his own path. Six years later he went to Bodgaya near the Neranjana River and sat under a tree.
Tsongkhapa was born in 1357 in the Tsongkha valley of Amdo province in northeast Tibet. The miraculous events that occurred at his birth aroused the interest of the master Chöje Döndrup Rinchen (Chos rje Don grub rin chen), who had studied and lived in central Tibet and who founded two monasteries in Amdo after his return there. When Tsongkhapa was three this master gave a gift of livestock to his father and requested that he should be put in charge
Thus did I hear at one time. The Bhagavan was dwelling on Mass of Vultures Mountain in Rajagriha together with a great community of monks and a great community of bodhisattvas. At that time, the Bhagavan was absorbed in the concentration on the categories of phenomena called “Profound Perception”.
Also, at that time, the bodhisattva mahasattva arya Avalokiteshvara looked upon the very practice of the profound perfection of wisdom and beheld those five aggregates also as empty of inherent nature.
Taiwan Trijam Dharma Association is a non- profit organization set up for the study and practice of Dharma, particularly of Mahayana Buddhism. The association is dedicated to provide guidance and help for all in the community who are keen to develop their potential of compassion and infinite wisdom, for the benefits of all sentient beings.
Taiwan Trijam Dharma Association was officially established on 23rd April 2006. It was registered under the law of Taiwan and is recognized as a Buddhist Organization at both local and national level.