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“The richness of mind. Treasures of Himalayan art”. The success

Almost 6,000 people visited Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow to see an exhibition called “The richness of mind. Treasures of Himalayan art” which took place between 15 April and 27 May 2018. 120 unique objects, including statues, thangkas (paintings on canvas) and ritual objects were displayed. They were all made in…

The Black Crown for XVIIth Karmapa

In December 2017 in Bodhgaya, India, during the daylong mandala offering performed by the representatives of the Karma Kagyu centres and monasteries from all over the world, the 17th Karmapa, Trinley Thaye Dorje, for the first time in the history wore the new version of the Black Crown. The Crown was made in Poland by…

Fearless Death: Buddhist Wisdom on the Art of Dying

We started the year 2018 with another foundation project: it is the purchase and dispatch of the book 'On death and rebirth, or how to die without fear' by Lama Ole Nydahl to public libraries throughout Poland. In the western world, the topic of death is not popular and liked. Buddhism approaches him in a very…

Exhibition “Richness of Mind. Treasures of Himalayan Art”

The Stupa House Foundation in cooperation with The Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology in Krakow and The Diamondway Buddhism Foundation, is organizing an exhibition of traditional Buddhist art. The exhibition will take place at the Manggha Museum, April 15 - May 27, 2018. During the seven weeks exposure, visitors will have the opportunity to see dozens…

Help for Nepal!

In view of this human and material catastrophe in Nepal, “Stupa House” Foundation offers its help in form of a charity collection “Help For Nepal”, that anyone can join. As public purpose organization, the Foundation supports for over 10 years living cultural exchange between the West and the Tibetan Buddhism. Thus entire cultural…