Dharamkot , Meditation Himachal

Tushita and Vippassana Meditation Centres , Dharamkot, Mcleodganj Himachal India

Tushita and Vippaasana

Tushita and Vippaasana are two most renowned religious study and meditation centers in Northern India . Located in ancient tribal forest village of Dharamkot (just 2 kms uphill) near Mcleodganj ,Dharamshala in the district Kangra of Himachal Pradesh, India. Which is also abode of the 14th Dalai Lama(Tenzin Gyatso or Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso) in exile since 1969 after his escape from China occupied Tibetan land. These are centers for study and practice of Buddhism tradition in Himachal Pradesh in northern India. The centers offers Introduction to Buddhism Courses and intermediate level courses. Many of celebrities including western and Asian have had visited these for getting relief from their respective issues.

Dharamkot , Meditation Himachal

Lama Thubten Yeshe and his main student Lama Zopa Rinpoche are said to be founders of the Tushita centre in Dharamkot. One can book a seat for the respective meditation course in the group teaching programs which are held periodically in the center for the duration starting 10 days and more.
Tushita Meditation Center, Dharamsala

Vippassana

For the people who are in the seek and need experience of intensive, silent ,monotonous and challenging meditation experience every day continuously , must visit Vipassana center. A couple of year earlier in 2016 Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was also here for attending a meditation course.

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