Sakya Thupten Dargye Ling, also known as the Minnesota Sakya Center, is one of the oldest Sakya Centers in the United States, and is a branch of Tsechen Kunchab Ling, seat of His Holiness the Sakya Trizin in the United States. Over the years, the Center’s primary activities...Read More
Dharma teaching on “Ngondro” (So-called “preliminary practices” on the Tibetan Buddhist Path) Saturday, May 3, 4:30 PM (The teaching will be given in both English and Tibetan.) A Refuge ceremony will be offered after the Ngondro teaching. Long Life...Read More
Thank you to everyone who attended the recent activities during the special visit by Venerable Lama Dorje Gyaltsen, one of the lamas in residence at Tsechen Kunchab Ling. Click here to view photos from the visit, including the celebration for the Birthday of His Holiness the...Read More
The 2013 recent visit by His Holiness was a great success and we want to thank Him, all who attended, and all who worked so hard to made it possible. Click here for photo galleries and...Read More
- His Holiness the Sakya Trizin
At the Minnesota Sakya Center, we strive to serve the spiritual needs of the local Buddhist community, provide Dharma teachings appropriate to many levels of interest and understanding, and ultimately preserve the teachings of the Buddhist traditions and the Sakya lineage of Tibet so that they may continue to flourish and inspire wisdom and compassion for all beings.
Join us on November 24 for Lhabab Duchen – Buddha’s Descent from the Heaven’s Day Celebration! SAVE THE DATES! His Holiness the Sakya Trizin returns May 3-4, 2014; Click Here for details . . . THANK YOU TO HIS HOLINESS THE SAKYA TRIZIN and to all who attended and who made possible His 2013 visit. Please click here for Video & Photos! . . .Join Us on Sundays for Meditation followed by Family Dharma Practice. . . Read the latest issue of Melody of Dharma magazine . . . Read the 2013 Losar Message from His Holiness the Sakya Trizin . . .
Please join us on Sundays for meditation and contemplation followed by a tea break and stay for a Tibetan class. On the first Sunday of each month, the Sunday morning schedule includes Tara Practice and a Children’s Program. Come by on Tuesdays for group practice and our book study group. Visit the events pages for links to these and upcoming special events. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU.