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SABA célèbre les 900 ans de la lignée Karma Kagyu

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SABA célèbre les 900 ans de la lignée Karma Kagyu

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Celebration opens in Delhi with traditional festivities and concludes with a grand finale in Bodhgaya on 30th December

New Delhi, Delhi, India, Thursday, December 02, 2010
Press Release: SABA


South Asia Buddhist Association (SABA) recently commemorated the 900 years of the Karma Kagyu Lineage at the holy monastery of Karmapa International Buddhist Institute in Qutub Institutional Area.
This year marks the 900th year since the birth of the first Karmapa Düsum Khyenpa (1110-1193), who founded the lineage of Kagyu in 1139 C.E.

The Shamarpa lineage is the second oldest reincarnate lineage in Tibetan Buddhism.
Shamar Rinpoche (Mipham Chokyi Lodro) is a lineage holder of the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism and the mind manifestation of Amitabha Buddha.

A month long festival opened in New Delhi with the traditional Buddhist chants and practices.
The 14th Shamarpa – Shamar Rinpoche, the Red Hat Karmapa presided over the auspicious occasion.
Nearly 150 lamas and monks from Ladakh, Sikkim, Darjeeling, Nepal and Tibet gathered in the capital to mark the occasion and meet Shamar Rinpoche.
Dressed in his traditional costume and Red Hat Shamar Rinpoche was lead to the prayer hall in the ceremonial practice by lamas.
The divine sound of chants, Gyalings, drums and cymbals charged the atmosphere and prayers were offered for safety of our country and the entire world.

Speaking on the occasion, Shamarpa said, “We want all sentient beings to be safe and may the New Year spread spiritual prosperity among one and all.
I pray for world peace and may patience dwell in every heart.”
The constant chants and prayers filled the atmosphere with a strong positivistic verve.

There after the lamas did a ‘ChoKor’ (circle) of the area around the monastery in about a kilometre long procession, and lit candles around the monastery.
Devotees offered fruits, candles and flowers to Buddha and Prasad was distributed among one and all.

The celebration will continue for one month till December 30, 2010 and the 900 year anniversary celebration in memory of the first Karmapa Düsum Khyenpa will be conducted in Bodhaya.
This celebration will be lead by Kunzig Shamar Rinpoche, accompanied by many Rinpoches and monks.
His Holiness 17th Karmapa Trinley Thaye Dorje, the spiritual head of Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Bhuddism shall make a public appearance on the concluding day of the festival.
Karmapa Living Buddhas belong to the oldest line of Tibetan reincarnations, stretching back to the 13th Century.

To shoulder a community responsibility Karmapa Charitable Trust was established by 16th Karmapa, Rigpe Dorje.
Since then the Trust is working extensively in Sikkim for the education of underprivileged children and physically challenged people.
Trust is the rightful administrator of Rumtek monastery in Sikkim.
“Our society needs more helping hands so that a better life can come to the underprivileged section.
There is very little done so far and so much more is yet to be done,” says Shamar Rinpoche, the lineage-holder of the Karma Kagyu tradition and a board member of the Karmapa Charitable Trust.


About the Karma Kagyu Lineage

Karma Kagyu, or Kamtsang, is the largest lineage within the Kagyu school, one of the four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism. The spiritual head of the Karma Kagyu is the Gyalwa Karmapa. The Karma Kagyu was founded by the first Karmapa, Jetsun Dusum Khyenpa.
It is headed by the Gyalwa Karmapa, a reincarnate lama (tulku).
Followers believe that the Karmapa’s appearance as the first historical consciously reincarnate teacher was predicted by the Buddha in the Samadhiraja Sutra.
The Karma Kagyu school belongs to the Vajrayana branch of Mahayana Buddhism.
It is a Triyana (all three turnings of the Wheel of the dharma) school (e.g., monks and nuns keep the vows of Vinaya while lay practitioners hold the Upasaka vows) and a Rime (non-sectarian) tradition.

The central teaching of the Karma Kagyu is the doctrine of Mahamudra, also known as the “Great Seal”.
This doctrine focuses on four principal stages of meditative practice.


About the 14th Shamarpa


Shamar Rinpoche ‘Mipham Chokyi Lodro’ is the 14th Shamarpa or the Red Hat Karmapa.
The Shamarpa lineage is the second-oldest reincarnate lineage in Tibetan Buddhism.
Shamar Rinpoche is a lineage holder of the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism and the mind manifestation of Amitabha Buddha.

Born in 1952, he had spent many years studying in India with Buddhist scholars.
After that from 1980 onwards he began to travel and teach in various Buddhist centers throughout Asia and the West and in 1982 went to U.C. Berkeley to study English for 10 months.
In 1996 he started to organize the Bodhi Path Buddhist centers, a network of centers based on a non-sectarian approach to Buddhism.
Shamar Rinpoche is also the author of two books- Creating a Transparent Democracy: a New Model and The Path to Awakening.

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Tibetan Buddhism celebrates 900 years of the Karmapa Lama
AsiaNews, Dec 6, 2010
Dharamsala, India --

Both Tibetans and the Chinese government recognise Trinley Thaye Dorje, 17th Karmapa.
He occupies the third highest post in Tibetan Buddhism after the Dalai and the Panchen Lama. He lives under Indian “protection”.
A two-day celebration will be in Bodh Gaya, India, starting this Wednesday.

“The 17th Karmapa is the oldest and the most revered reincarnate lineage in Tibetan Buddhism,” Samdhong Rinpoche told AsiaNews.

The Kalon Tripa or prime minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile spoke a few days before the 900th anniversary of the Karmapa, the third highest spiritual office in Tibetan Buddhism after the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama.
The current incarnation has lived in India since 2000, free from Chinese control.
He is viewed as the “natural” successor to the Dalai Lama.

Born in 1983, the current Karmapa Lama (Trinley Thaye Dorje) fled from Tsurphu Temple in central Tibet and after an overland winter trek across the Himalayas, he reached India where he was given asylum.

He has lived in Dharamsala since he went into exile.
He is free to travel but requires official permission to receive visitors.

For Rinpoche, 900 years “of Karma tradition are significant because it is an occasion to strengthen and reinforce the Tibetan religious and cultural identity”.



Here is the interview Samdhong Rinpoche gave AsiaNews.


Why is the Indian Government keeping the Karmapa under such stringent restrictions?

He was allowed to leave India only once, in 2008 when permission was finally given for him to visit the US.

The Indian Government is providing security and protection to the Karmapa, especially because since he was eight-year-old when he became the first reincarnation to be recognised by both the Dalai Lama and the Chinese government.
Importantly, in the absence of the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama, China wants to make use of him for their own purposes.
Thus, the Indian government is kindly protecting him.



Why is China afraid of the Karmapa?

China considers Buddhist religion and culture as synonymous with the Tibetan identity.
Hence, all spiritual activity, growth, and prosperity make Chinese officials unhappy, nervous and afraid especially as he was recognised by the PRC.



What is the core teaching of the Karmapa?

The Karmapa is a disciple of the Dalai Lama and for the past ten years, he has received his teaching.
In keeping with his teachings, the Karmapa is promoting care for the environment and spiritual harmony among other teachings.
With the rumoured retirement of the Dalai Lama, the Karmapa will take on additional responsibilities.
The Dalai may retire from temporal leadership so that the Tibetan government will take care of administrative governance.
This will not involve any change in functioning.



The first Karmapa appeared 900 years ago. What is the most important aspect of this celebration?

Nine hundred years of Karma tradition are significant because this is an occasion to strengthen and reinforce the Tibetan religious and cultural identity in the heart of every Tibetan, anywhere in the world.
A two-day ceremony to mark the 900th anniversary of the Karmapa lineage will be held in Bodh Gaya, India, on 8 December.

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