Thursday, March 19, 2009

Song Explanation By Ani Choying Drolma

It's been while i have not posting post about ani Choying Drolma. So today I would like to post a video , where she translate a Nepali Song " Phoolko Aankhama.." Lets enjoy video

English Translation For The "Phoolko Aankhama..." Read Below
Phool ko aankha ma, phoolai sansara
In the eyes of a flower, the world is flower

Kaanda ko aankha ma, kaandai sansara
in the eyes of a thorn , the world is a thorn

Jhulkinchha hai chhayan, bastu aansara
the shadow resembles, how the object is.

Kaanda ko aankha ma, kaandai sansara
in the eyes of a thorn, the world is a thorn

Chhita suddha hos, mero boli Buddha hos
may my heart be pure and my speech buddha

Mero paitala le, kirai na maros
may my feet never even kill any insects

Ramro aankha ma khulchha, ramrai sansara
beautiful eyes shows you beautiful samsara

Kaanda ko aankha ma, kaandai sansara
in the eyes of a thorn, the world is a thorn

This video is originally posted at youtube by ohedition, and one of my best video. Because this video contents the meaning of the "Phoolko aankhama" Then i thought of edit this video as you saw ..

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Ani Choying Drolma - Seven Line Guru Rinpoche Prayer

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Read about The Vajra Seven-Line Prayer to Guru Rimpoche

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Chenrezig Mantra by Ani Tsering Wangmo

Hi Friends , once again i made a small slide show of Chants Om Mani Padme Hum Hri By ani Tsering Wangmo. i would like to recommend my previous post "Ani Tsering Wangmo" to know about Ani. She is singing Nun from Tibet, like another Nun "Ani Choying Drolma"

Hope you will enjoy watching This Buddhist Picture Slide Show. you can see Lots of Buddhist Sites and Mani Stones on the path.

You can listen this beautiful Chants in her Album called "ALokhe", All the Proceeds from this CD will be donated to the Ewam Magadha Garden of 1000 Buddhas project, currently being built in Arlee, Montana.

Hope you enjoyed This Slide Show.
"World Premiere Show of This Slide show" :-)

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Ani Tsering Wangmo

Ani Tsering WangmoIf you are fan of Tibetan chants and music, you may have heard this name, Ani Tsering Wangmo (Ani is a prefix added to the name of a nun in Tibetan Buddhism). I have posted many post about another Tibetan nun Ani Choying Drolma and her Albums. this is my first post about Ani Tsering Wangmo . I thought many times, after listen her album "Alokhe", that i will also write a post about Ani Tsering Wangmo. So here is the post about her.

So lets back to Ani Tsering Wangmo, she was born in Lhasa,Tibet and became a nun at the age of twelve. She joined the Yuloko Jetsun Ling Nunnery in Yanglashöe after fleeing Tibet in 1991 and arriving in Nepal.
Upon completing the traditional three-year retreat in 1996, she began and continues to work on the Ewam Pecha (religious text) project, collecting and digitizing the pechas for Gochen Tulku Rinpoche of Ewam.

Currently, she resides at Ewam Sang-ngag Ling in Montana where she has learned English. She continues to support Rinpoche's many worldwide projects. her albums see inside..

Ani produced her first album "Turquoise Leaf" in 2000, which was recorded in the US. It was in the traditional Tibetan chant genre, and based on the Buddhist chants from nunnery. The album was well received in the US. In 2004, she recorded the "Laughter of the Dakinis", based on Longchen Nyingthig Chöe practice.
Except from this two albums, she have another six albums and all the profits made by the sale of Ani's six CDs will be donated to three causes as below. So here you can listen two Chants by her in Album "Alokhe" first song is Heart Sutra Mantra and second is Chenrezig Mantra. This song is post here only for promote her albums.
medical clinic in Tibet, The proceeds from the Immeasurable Joy, the Gyaling, and the Immeasurable Equanimity CDs are all for the benefit of a medical clinic in Tibet.

This clinic is for Tibetans who have very little money but need medical care.

The Yulokö Jetsun Ling Nunnery in Nepal, The proceeds from the CD, Compassion will go toward the Yuloko Jetsün Ling nunnery, in Nepal. This nunnery is under Gochen Tulku Rinpoche’s care. For half of each year the nuns are in solitary retreat in their rooms. For the other half of the year they study Dharma under the guidance of Rinpoche’s brother, Namchak Khenpo.

The Ewam Magadha Garden of 1000 Buddhas, The proceeds from the CD, Immeasurable Loving Kindness, will go toward the Maghada Garden. Gochen Tulku Rinpoche chose the name, "Maghada" because it is the district in India in which the holy land of Bodhgaya is located. He intends that the Magadha garden in America eventually be like a Western Bodhgaya.

At the center of the garden is a large statue of Yum Chenmo (the Great Mother) also known as Prajñaparamita. She will be surrounded by the thousand buddhas of this age. A thousand trees will be planted there, and a thousand stupas as well. They will all be arranged in the shape of a giant Dharma wheel, with many flowers, walkways, and an arched bridge. All of this is surrounded by large mountains in every direction, and the vast Montana sky, currently being built in Arlee, Montana. Her Six Albums are:
Immeasurable Joy
Immeasurable Loving Kindness
Immeasurable Compassion
Immeasurable Equanimity
( a traditional Dudjom Rinpoche's Thröma Nagmo)

If you are living in Thailand This Cd's are also available in our Dharma Shop. Also remember us for all kind of Tibetan handicraft, including Tibetan Chants CD and DVD music, thanka paintings, statues and Silver items. Special discount price for Dharma practitioner.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Kuvera (Jambhala) in Hindu mythology

We have read many post related with the God of wealth, Jambala or(Dzambhala). Today I will Share some information of Kuvera, his mantra and some of his statues, which is just arrived in our Gallery.

Buddhist JambhalaKuvera is hindu form of the God of Wealth, Jambala or(Dzambhala). Kuvera is one of the most popular deities of Buddhists and Hindu tradition because of his bestower of wealth character. He is generally represented as the lord of wealth and guardian of the northern direction. According to Hindu mythology he is said to have performed austerities for a thousand years, in regards for which Brahma, the Creator, gave him immortality and made him the God of wealth, guardian of all the treasures of the earth which Kuvera has to distribute according to the destiny of the receivers. Kubera's dwelling place was said to be on Alaka in the Himalaya, abounding in wealth and magnificent. He is always surrounded with yaksha generals and Kinnars. He may have sometimes a third eye also.

Kuvera usually sits in Lalitashana (lotus asana). Like Jambhala , he carries a wish fulfilling gem in right hand to signify that if we follow his practice, we can “bear the fruits” of our efforts to gain spiritual attainments and enlightenment and left hand hold mongoose that vomits jewels, and both work to attract us to practice Kuvera (Dzambala) with an immediate promise of wealth.
His form is short, fat and strong, which comes from a time when it was widely believed that obesity is synonymous with wealth and luxury. His face carries an arrogant expression and sits in royal posture. This acts as a warning to tell us if we continue to look and act in this arrogant way in our attempts to get material wealth, we actually gain poverty instead. So Think! Is our greed hurting others?

The royal ease of his form indicates that Kuvera (Dzambala) is free from samsara – through his practice and attainments, he has also acquired all the money, fame and wealth of the universe and no longer experiences suffering. He can afford to be laid back, chilled out – he got everything that he needs! He shows us how our practice to him can ultimately lead us to enlightenment, where we too can literally have everything we want. At the same time, he steps on a conch shell with his right foot to mean that though he has attained all this great wealth, he is above it and will no longer allow the ties of samsara to subjugate him again.

In Nepalese Buddhist tradition Kubera also known as Vaisravana, he is represented sitting on a lion with a green mane, holding a banner of victory in the right hand and carrying the mongoose who vomits a wish fulfilling gem. He is chief of the Four Heavenly Kings and an important figure in Hindu and Buddhist mythology.

It's believe worshipping Kubera on a regular basis brings about a distinct change in one’s prosperity and luck though, of course, effort remains paramount.
Kubera blesses the worshipper with money and prosperity by drawing new avenues and sources of income and wealth. It helps increase the flow of funds and the ability to accumulate wealth.

Kuvera has his Own Mantra

"Om Sham Kuberāya Namah"
"Om Yakshaya Kuberaya Vaishravanaya,
Dhan Dhanyadhipataye, Dhan Dhanya Srimdhim mein Dapya Dapya Swaha

Kuver is also worship in Thailand, as ท้าวกุเวร or ท้าวเวสสุวรรณ (Thao Kuwen or Thao Vessuwan)

Also Visit Some Other Post About Kuvera or jambhala
Five Jambala (Dzambhala) and Mantra

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


I guess you have read my previous post about "OM MANI PADAME HUM" Bangle and Rings, where i have post some Bangles and Rings Inscribed with the Mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum". It is believe to save one from all dangers and bring plenty of good luck to the wearer or whoever chanting this Mantra. It also brings the luck of good health and peace.
So in this post i will share Bangle (picture above) inscribed with the Tara Mantra "OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA", if you visit this blog often you may heard the background music, is the TARA Mantra. Meaning of the mantra see inside..

In Mahayana Buddhist tradition believed that practice of Green Tara or reciting sacred Tara Mantra brings Green Tara's instant help to overcome all problems and help you actualize all your material needs and heartfelt wishes. It's believe reciting her mantra 108 times daily invokes her swift blessings to help your business grow steadily.
As this mantra is thought to growth business and career success and save from all kind of danger, we brought some nicely hand made pendants, rings and Bangles made by 92.5% Silver. as you saw in picture inscribed Tara Mantra "OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA".


*NEW arrived Silver Bangle and Rings (Big Size, just only few left..) with MANTRA.
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See "Tara Mantra" by Ani Choying Drolma (Dolma)

OM represents Tara's sacred body, speech and mind.
TARE means liberating from all discontent.
TUTTARE means liberating from the eight fears, the external dangers, but mainly from the internal dangers, the delusions.
TURE means liberating from duality; it shows the true cessation of confusion.
SOHA means "may the meaning of the mantra take root in my mind."

Monday, March 2, 2009

"OM MANI PADAME HUM" Bangle and Rings

Well you have already read the meaning of the "OM MANI PADAME HUM" in this Blog. If you are new visitor to this blog you may like to know the meaning of the "OM MANI PADAME HUM", simply translate as : 'Hail, the jewel in the lotus' is a six syllable invocation or Mantra originates form Chenrezig, the Tibetan name for the Bodhisatva of Compassion (Sanskrit: Avalokiteshvara, one who is invoked as the Protector from danger.)

One can find this Mantra inscribed outwardly in the prayer wheels with millions of this mantra inscribed on scroll of paper inside the prayer wheels. The devotee turning one round of the prayer wheel means he recites this mantra millions of times. As this mantra is thought to save one from all dangers, it is widely used in pendants, rings, Bangles etc.

So let's back to the topic , i would like to share some nice hand made 92.5% Silver Bangles and rings with inscribed Mantra "OM MANI PADAME HUM". See more..

This Bangles and rings inscribed with the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra, and is believed to save one from all dangers and bring plenty of good luck to the wearer. It also brings the luck of good health and peace. This Bangles and rings are available in our Dharma Shop with very reasonable price. Also We have Bangle with inscribe other mantra such as "Om Namo Shivaye" (Shiva Mantra) "OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA" (Tara Mantra, etc).

Avalokiteshvara has been regarded as the most important Bodhisatwa of Tibet, the essence of speech of all Buddha’s and the manifestation of their compassion. It is claimed that one who recites "OM MANI PADAME HUM" mantra will be saved from all dangers and will be protected. This mantra is widely used in Mahayana Buddhism.
What is the meaning of "OM MANI PADAME HUM"?

OM encloses the dimensions of Body, Speech and Spirit. Often in life we experience disturbances and negative emotions which draw us away from our true nature. The Om gives us the possibility to transform this into pureness.
Om also can be translates as the essence of all enlightened form.

MANI means Jewel that stands for love and compassion (these two make everything possible and are a real jewel.)

PADME is Lotus, the flower that grows on the water and that shows everything exactly as it is; a vision in reality. The flower of wisdom and understanding (insight).

HUM represents the spirit of enlightenment. The effect is stabilization and purifying of the spirit.

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