Kadampa Buddhism in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa

Buddhism is starting to take root in areas of the world that would have been impossible even a few years ago.

This is one of the advantages of Kadampa Buddhism. Because it is not tied to Tibetan culture and politics, it is able to adapt flexibly to different customs and lifestyles whilst providing the pure Dharma teachings of Buddha and Je Tsongkhapa.

And check out a photo story detailing an earlier trip.


2 Responses to Kadampa Buddhism in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa

  1. Jimmy Marsden says:

    This has really inspired me. Such joy in adversity. I would love to join in with this Sangha group one day!

    (This video also seems to be living proof of what was explained about teachers in the previous article on this blog.)

    Please keep us updated on the flourishing of Je Tsongkhapa’s Dharma in the rural lands of South Africa!

  2. Ian C says:

    Beautiful and just wonderful! Not many Buddhist communities can claim to have taught in such a remote place. Thank you!

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