Generally speaking Buddha did
not differentiate between castes, sexes or origins in terms of
spiritual liberation, which means that all beings have the opportunity
to be happy.
In Ladakh, Nepal and India, there are many monks
that need sponsoring to maintain their chosen spiritual way of
life. In Ladakh, Tibetan Buddhist traditions are maintained by
a large number of the population and Ladakh is often called 'Little
Tibet' because of their adherence to this way of life.
and India, the expatriate monastic community continues to grow
in parallel with the new generations of Tibetan Buddhists born
By becoming a sponsor you can help protect
the extraordinary civilisation of Ladakh, and nurture the monastic
communities in Nepal and India, through supporting these young
monks and nuns who are preserving and transmitting the Tibetan
heritage and dedicating their lives for the welfare of others.
You will be helping to keep alive the hope that the understanding
developed in the Tibetan culture will be passed on to future generations.