IBA offers free regular Dharma talks for the general public in English, Nepali and Tibetan. These talks are given by IBA’s resident scholars, all of which have completed their studies of Buddhist philosophy at their respective monastic universities.
The talks in English cater in particular for tourists and residents who are interested in learning about the Dharma. Each week a new topic is introduced, covering various aspects of Buddhist thought and practice.
With the talks in Nepali and Tibetan language, IBA reaches out to local communities, offering both explanations of the basics of Buddhism and instructions for daily practice.
Dharma talks in English
Teacher: Ven. Kunsang Choephel
Time: Saturdays from 9.30 to 11 am (morning tea is served for everyone at 9 am.)
|Saturday 7 October 2017||Shamatha meditation|
|Saturday 14 October||Parting form the Four Attachments|
|Saturday 21 October||Mediation on Vajrasattva|
|Saturday 28 October||How to make life meaningful|
|Saturday 4 November||Meditation on Avalokiteshvara|
Dharma talks in Tibetan
Teacher: Lopön Wangdü Sangpo
Time: Sundays from 9.30 to 11 am (morning tea is served for everyone at 9 am.)
|Sunday 2 April 2017||Introduction to Buddhism|
|Sunday 9 April||The Seven-Limbed Practice|
|Sunday 16 April||The Practice of the Mani Mantra|
Dharma talks in Nepali
Teacher: Bhikshu Ngawang Choephel
Time and program to be confirmed.