Klöster und Feste

Lamayuru (Yuru Kabgyat) - Hemis Tsechu - Shashukul Gustor - Phyang Tsedup - Karsha Gustor - Korzok Gustor - Trak Tok Tsechu - Sani Nasryal - Diskit Gustor - Thikse Gustor - Chemre Angchok - Padum Gustor - Spituk Gustor - Likir ( Dosmoche) - Stok Guru Tsechu (Orakel) - Matho Nagrang (Oracles)

Freitag, 29. November 2013

Trevolta - Crowdfunded Travels

Here comes a new project of crowdfunded "travelling" to get
the funds for realizing ones projects,
which is currently in the Beta-Testing phase
so we both, me and Stephanie
are currently in the queue, waiting to get access to
the platform,
patienly waiting in line.

If interested, you could please use one of the invite links
below to push us forward in the waiting line, at least three
successful invites are neccessary for this.

Anyway, it seems to be a great concept for travelling photogs,
writers and journalists to get funds and report along the way
with their stories, experiences, pictures, thereby interacting
along their travels with the sponsor creatively reacting on
their wishes in a constructive dialogue.

We hope it it will work out for us as well, Kalachakra 2014 is
coming for sure in Ladakh next year, some travelling with no-
mads is planned as well, the char dham yatra to continue with
our long-term sadhu project and well, Thomas can celebrate
10 years of "Mask Dances of Ladakh & Zanskar" in 2014 as well
as hoping to meet some of the buddhist nuns along our ways.

So it would be nice to become part of this new platform, being
either Beta-Testers or check it out later on when it opens up
for everyone..

https://www.trevolta.com/

https://www.facebook.com/CrowdFundedTravels?ref=ts&fref=ts
  Thomas Wilden
Social Media & Photography

Stephanie's invite link
https://www.trevolta.com/invite/NV286414729

Thomas' invite link
https://www.trevolta.com/invite/LGNAM416457
Crowd-funded Travels

Plan an extraordinary trip and get it funded by inspired people, amazed friends and generous sponsors!

Julley

Thomas Wilden
Mask Dances of Ladakh & Zanskar

Montag, 11. November 2013

Kalachakra Ladakh 2014

33rd KALACHAKRA INITIATION: JULY 3-14, 2014, IN LEH LADAKH, INDIA. 2014



His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama will bestow the sentient beings with the elixir
of Kalachakra Initiation once again. Mark your calenders- 3rd to 14th July, 2014 
Ladakh, Himalaya.

Kalachakra in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India from July 3 to 14:

During the first three days of the Kalachakra, from July 3 to 5, His Holiness the
Dalai Lama, along with the monks of Namgyal Monastery and senior lamas, will
conduct rituals which prepare and consecrate the venue.

These include chanting of prayers, creation of the sand mandala and other rituals.


From July 6 to 8, His Holiness will give preliminary teachings.

On July 9, the Kalachakra Ritual Dance will be performed by the monks
of Namgyal Monastery.

His Holiness will confer the Kalachakra Initiation from July 10 to 13.

 
On July 14, a long life empowerment (tsewang) and a ceremony offering
prayers for the long life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama will be performed.

Official Site Ladakh Buddhist Association (LNA)
http://www.ladakhkalachakra2014.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Kalachakra2014.Ladakh?fref=ts



Travel Organitation & Information by a local Travel Agency, Choglamsar (tib./french)
https://www.facebook.com/KalachakraLadakh2014?fref=ts
https://tendreltravel.com/

Event Information by the Travel Agency (Tendrel)

https://www.facebook.com/KalachakraLadakh2014/events

There is no entry ticket.
Last kalachakra teaching in Ladakh was given in Sept,1976.

Information about Kalachakra Initiation
http://www.dalailama.com/teachings/kalachakra-initiations

Dalai Lama Teaching Schedule
http://www.dalailama.com/teachings/schedule

Kalachakra in Leh, Ladakh, J&K, India from July 3 to 14
http://www.ladakhkalachakra2014.com/

The Kalachakra Initiation Rite
Kalachakra Initiation and Empowerment

The sacred Kalalchakra initiation is a rite of passage which opens the hearts of thousands of monks, nuns and pilgrims to the Shambala realm. The Dalai Lama has not performed
the initiation in Ladakh since 1976.

First day: Birth of the Child Within
 
Experience ‘rebirth’ amongst thousands of Buddhist devotees. Monks from Namgyal Monastery will perform sacred dances, wearing tantric tiaras, brocades and bone
jewellery, They connect with the energy of the Kalachakra’s deities of meditation.

The Dalai Lama will introduce those gathered to the way of the Buddha.

Second day: Being at One with the Mandala 

A pledge to free all beings from the cycle of dualism. Monks will distribute red headbands to the devotees, who will place them across their foreheads to symbolise the acquisition of an intrinsic awareness of universal energy and the emptiness of nature.

The removal of the headbands represents the purification of our negativities and our entry into Mandala. Endowed with a clear altruistic motivation of compassion, you will be ready to receive the Kalachakra Empowerment.

Third day: The Seven Kalachakra Initiations analogous to childhood events

The Dalai Lama will conduct seven symbolic initiations, providing a full commentary on each of his movements and gestures.

(1) The Water Initiation symbolises the first bath given to a newborn baby by its mother,
to purify the five bodily elements of earth, water, fire, wind and space, and transform
them into deities. The Dalai Lama represents this by pouring water into a consecrated vessel.

(2) The Crown Initiation is associated with tying the hair on the top of a child’s head.
The hair represents the thousand of the threads that binds us to duality, which we cut
when taking monastic vows. By knotting the hair at the crown of the head, one is freed from ‘seizure’ and ‘appropriation’.

(3) The Silk Ribbon Initiation cleanses the psycho-physical defilements that circulate in
our autonomic nervous system, which determines motor-neuro function of the joints and the act of walking.

(4) The Vajra and Bell Initiation symbolises a child’s acquisition of laughter and the ability to articulate sounds. It is linked to the enunciation of ideas via speech and is represented by the Dalai Lama’s ringing of bells.

(5) The Conduct Initiation corresponds to the teaching of a child as he/she discovers the world of the senses. It represents the realisation of emptiness.

(6) The Name Initiation symbolises a child’s naming ceremony, and purifies our faculties
of action.

(7) The Permission Initiation corresponds to the lessons that a father teaches his child.
The lessons we receive enable us to act appropriately. This final initiation empowers us
to benefit others by teaching the Dharma, which in turn frees us from pain.

The ritual will conclude with a meditation on the theme of emptiness, as represented
by a mirror – the symbol of purified consciousness.

4th Day: Tsewang Long-life Empowerment and Prayer Ceremony for the Dalai Lama.

A long-life ceremony will be dedicated to the Dalai Lama. Devotees believe that, when a spiritual master dies, it is because many beings from another realm have prayed that he may come to teach them. To postpone this moment, an effigy representing the Dalai Lama will be offered as substitute master and teacher. The Dalai Lama will then be presented with offerings, prayers and dances by the Tibetan and Ladakhi communities .

To conclude the Kalachakra 2014, the Dalai Lama will dissolve a sand mandala, before pouring it into the Indus river.

The Kalachakra Initiation Rite and Teaching

Preliminary Teachings: Nagarjuna’s Letter to a Friend (Shetring)

The Dalai Lama considers the three-day preliminary teachings on Nagarjuna’s Letter
to a Friend (Shetring) to be more important than the actual Kalachakra empowerment.

The great Indian Buddhist master Nagarjuna (1st to 2nd century AD) wrote his celebrated poem as a gift of advice to his friend King Gautamiputra/Satavahana, and it has since become a cornerstone of the Indian Shastra tradition. It deals with the development of altruistic motivation.

The Shetring gives a concise and comprehensive introduction to the entire practice of Buddhism, guiding both laypersons and the ordained on the path to liberation and en-
lightenment.

Its teachings convey the meaning of the Dharma in easily accessible language and style, and are of special interest to those who wish to take up spiritual activity whilst continuing to live and work in mainstream society.

Despite its relatively short length (123 verses), the Shetring covers the whole Mahayana path with unusual clarity and memorable imagery, and is thus widely quoted by Tibet’s
great masters and scholars.

http://www.tendreltravel.com/destinations/ladakh/kalachakra-2014-ladakh/the-initiation/

On the spot Registration needed for Kalachakra 2014 Ladakh.

The participations in the Kalachakra initiations are free of charge and there is no need
for an advance booking. However, the registration is compulsory for all the participants. Therefore, you are advised to bring a copy of your passport in case of foreign nationals, voters card for Indian nationals and RC for Tibetans residing in India and two passport
size photographs for the registration.

The registration counters will be setup at the LBA office in the main market and also at 
the teaching ground. The registration process will start prior to the teaching commence-
ment and continue throughout the teaching period. We shall inform you about the regi-
stration process through our website.
 

Kalachakra 2014 Initiations Organizing Committee!

Book "Taking the Kalachakra Initiation" by Alexander Berzin

 

  • Taschenbuch: 150 Seiten
  • Verlag: Snow Lion Pubn; Auflage: USA. (November 1997)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1559390840
  • ISBN-13: 978-1559390842
Traditionally, the secrets of tantric methods for attaining enlightenment were handed down from teacher to student in private ceremonies. An alternative tradition allows for mass empowerments, in which a teacher, such as the Dalai Lama, initiates scores, hundreds, even thousands of committed seekers into these esoteric methods that hasten one's enlightenment for the benefit of all. Alexander Berzin, who has studied for decades under Tibet's Kalachakra experts, including the Dalai Lama, has put together a handbook for those who have participated in, plan to participate in, or just have an interest in the Kalachakra initiation. He provides a background of the three-day ceremony, a summary of the texts from which it originates, and a detailed description of the vows and methods involved. Having served as a translator for the Kalachakra initiation and a lecturer during the procedures, Berzin anticipates the concerns of participants and explains in easy-to-understand language that takes the mystery out of the ceremony and brings it down to earth. --Brian Bruya

Further information follow the link below:
http://www.amazon.com/Taking-Kalachakra-Initiation-Alexander-Berzin/dp/1559390840/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top


The link was choosen by coincidence and is by all means not meant as a preference, a selection or an advertisement for the represented company !

Julley

Thomas Wilden
Mask Dances of Ladakh & Zanskar


Montag, 16. September 2013

International Festival of Buddhist Heritage of Ladakh' September 16th-18th, 2013



The second 'International Festival of Buddhist Heritage of Ladakh' is scheduled to be held for three days in Leh from 16th September.

Talking about the aims and objectives of this festival, Bhikkhu Sanghasena said that one of the aims of the festival is to promote Ladakh as a cultural and spiritual destination for tourists across the globe. The festival will also include a Buddhist Film Festival, Book Fare, Ladakhi Cultural Programmes and Buddhist Meditation and Yoga, he added.

More information is available here:
Talking about the aims and objectives of this festival, Bhikkhu Sanghasena said that one of the aims of the festival is to promote Ladakh as a cultural and spiritual destination for tourists across the globe. The festival will also include a Buddhist Film Festival, Book Fare, Ladakhi Cultural Programmes and Buddhist Meditation and Yoga, he added. - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf

International Festival of Buddhist Heritage of Ladakh' September 16th-18th, 2013 (reachladakh.com)
Talking about the aims and objectives of this festival, Bhikkhu Sanghasena said that one of the aims of the festival is to promote Ladakh as a cultural and spiritual destination for tourists across the globe. The festival will also include a Buddhist Film Festival, Book Fare, Ladakhi Cultural Programmes and Buddhist Meditation and Yoga, he added. - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf
Talking about the aims and objectives of this festival, Bhikkhu Sanghasena said that one of the aims of the festival is to promote Ladakh as a cultural and spiritual destination for tourists across the globe. The festival will also include a Buddhist Film Festival, Book Fare, Ladakhi Cultural Programmes and Buddhist Meditation and Yoga, he added. - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf
Talking about the aims and objectives of this festival, Bhikkhu Sanghasena said that one of the aims of the festival is to promote Ladakh as a cultural and spiritual destination for tourists across the globe. The festival will also include a Buddhist Film Festival, Book Fare, Ladakhi Cultural Programmes and Buddhist Meditation and Yoga, he added. - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf
More information here:
Int'l Festival of Buddhist Heritage of Ladakh' to begin from Sept 16 - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf
'Int'l Festival of Buddhist Heritage of Ladakh' to begin from Sept 16 - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf
'Int'l Festival of Buddhist Heritage of Ladakh' to begin from Sept 16 - See more at: http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html#sthash.HNEeRP91.dpuf
http://www.reachladakh.com/intl-festival-of-buddhist-heritage-of-ladakh-begins-from-sept/1889.html

Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre, Devachan, Leh-Ladakh
http://www.mahabodhi-ladakh.org/

MAHABODHI INTERNATIONAL MEDITATION CENTRE
https://www.facebook.com/pages/MAHABODHI-INTERNATIONAL-MEDITATION-CENTRE/185023329424?fref=ts

Mahabodhi Ladakh
https://www.facebook.com/mahabodhi.ladakh?fref=ts

Julley

Thomas Wilden
Mask Dances of Ladakh & Zanskar

Samstag, 14. September 2013

Tibetan Ghost Stories (now also in English!) wanted ! New deadline is October 1, 2013


Image courtesy of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection

Good news for all you English speakers! We've just opened up our Tibetan ghost story competition to stories written in English. If it's related to Tibet and it's under 5 pages, we want to read it! New deadline is October 1. Send your spookiest stuff to us at info@latse.org. www.trace.org/events/tibetan-ghost-stories

 From “hungry ghosts” (yidag)—spirits with tiny throats and huge insatiable stomachs—to exorcism festivals, ghost dances, and spirit traps, Tibet lays claim to one one of the world’s richest . . . and spookiest traditions of ghosts. To showcase the richness of Tibetan ghost stories and to celebrate Halloween, we invite you to send us your scariest, most hair-raising entries for a Tibetan ghost story competition. Our panel will select and translate into English and Tibetan five of your nominated stories. Then, on October 24, join us in our library or online (via Livestream) to vote on the three most terrifying, grisly, and spine-chilling stories. The three winning stories will receive sweet prizes (including dinner for two, jewelry, gift certificates, and more) and the top five will be published on trace.org in Tibetan and English.

I might have to kiss a dead body first, before coming back to you with my story, check it out here.

Kham zhang o-le ?
Julley

Thomas Wilden
Mask Dances of Ladakh & Zanskar



Dienstag, 10. September 2013

Tag der offenen Tür am 13. Oktober in ganz Deutschland

Buddha in Deutschland: 100 buddhistische Meditationszentren öffnen ihre Türen


Dorje Sempa, "Diamond Mind"

Infos, Kurzvorträge und Meditation zum Mitmachen

    Welchen Nutzen hat Meditation und wie kann man sie selbst im Alltag
    nutzen? Was bedeutet es für einen modernen Europäer, Buddhist zu
    sein? Solche Fragen können sich Interessierte am Sonntag, den 13.
    Oktober, beantworten lassen: Unter dem Motto "Buddha in Deutschland"
    veranstalten rund 100 buddhistische Meditations- und Studienzentren
    von Kiel bis Garmisch-Partenkirchen einen gemeinsamen Tag der offenen
    Tür. Die Zentren bieten in der Regel zwischen 10 und 19 Uhr die
    Möglichkeit, sich unverbindlich umzuschauen, bei Kaffee und Kuchen
    ins Gespräch zu kommen oder an Kurzvorträgen und angeleiteten
    Meditationen teilzunehmen.

    "Einfach mal in ein buddhistisches Zentrum reinzuschnuppern ist in
    natürlich das ganze Jahr über möglich, aber am 13. Oktober ganz
    besonders einfach", erklärt Holm Ay, Pressesprecher des
    Buddhistischen Dachverbands Diamantweg e.V., der die Veranstaltung
    koordiniert.

    Lebensfrohe, aufgeschlossene Buddhisten

    Zwar sei Missionieren im Buddhismus grundsätzlich tabu, so Ay. "Wer
    will, kommt aber leicht mit den Zentrumsmachern ins Gespräch. Das
    sind lebensfrohe und aufgeschlossene Leute, die den Buddhismus
    verständlich erklären können." Anders ließe sich ein buddhistisches
    Meditationszentrum, das ausschließlich auf freiwillige Unterstützung
    angewiesen sei, auch gar nicht betreiben.

    Größte buddhistische Richtung

    Die rund 100 teilnehmenden Zentren gehören zur Karma-Kagyü-Tradition
    des tibetischen Buddhismus, die bereits im 11. Jahrhundert gegründet
    wurde und heute unter deutschen Buddhisten die am meisten verbreitete
    Richtung darstellt. Sie vermittelt den Diamantweg-Buddhismus, der von
    Buddha als lebensnahe Ausprägung seiner Lehre gelehrt wurde und daher
    auch als Bereicherung eines Lebens mit Familie, Partnerschaft und
    Beruf geeignet ist. Dabei spielt die direkte Erfahrung des Geistes in
    der Meditation eine besonders wichtige Rolle.

    Dauerhaftes Glück in jeder Lebenslage

    Das Ziel des Buddhismus ist dauerhaftes Glück in jeder
    Lebenssituation. Als ersten Schritt hierzu übernehmen Buddhisten
    bewusst die Selbstverantwortung für das eigene Leben. Letztlich
    sollen dann alle menschlichen Fähigkeiten durch die Meditation
    vollständig entfaltet werden. Holm Ay ist überzeugt, dass sich erste
    Ergebnisse dabei schon nach kurzer Zeit bemerkbar machen: "Ich stelle
    immer wieder fest, wie sehr die Meditation hilft, eingefahrene
    Gedankenmuster im Alltag loszulassen. Dadurch wird man selbst ein
    froher Mensch und gleichzeitig nützlicher für andere - im Privatleben
    wie im Beruf."

Mehr Infos:
    http://www.buddha-in-deutschland.de/
    http://www.diamantweg.de/


Das buddhistische Zentrum Koblenz ist eines von über 600 Zentren der Karma Kagyü Linie im Diamantweg Buddhismus weltweit. Diese Zentren wurden von Lama Ole und Hannah Nydahl auf Wunsch des 16. Karmapa  gegründet und stehen unter der spirituellen Leitung des 17. Karmapa Thaye Dorje.

Natürlich ist jeder herzlich willkommen, bei Interesse an einem unserer öffentlichen Meditationsabende einfach unverbindlich vorbeizuschauen.

Bahnhofstr.1
56068 Koblenz
http://www.buddhismus-koblenz.de/de/zentren/Koblenz

Dienstag, 7. Mai 2013

Ladakh Marathon 2013 - Run Ladakh , Sept. 8th, 2013



About the Ladakh Marathon

The Ladakh Marathon takes place during the Ladakh Festival, a weeklong celebration of sport, culture and tradition in a predominantly Buddhist high mountain desert region that was a central stop on the historic Silk Route between Central Asia and India.
The eco-friendly “green” marathon will encourage the young people of Ladakh to live a healthy lifestyle by taking up running and become more aware of the need to protect a stunningly beautiful but environmentally fragile region.
The event is organized by Leh-based Rimo Expeditions, India’s leading adventure travel company in cooperation with the support of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council and Jammu & Kashmir Tourism.





We are proud to announce 8 September 2013 as the date for the second annual Ladakh Marathon.
The announcement was made by Shri Rigzin Spalbar, Chairman of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council at an event to celebrate the success of the first inaugural Ladakh Marathon which took place on 9 September 2012.
Race day for the completed event saw almost 1,500 runners take part in events that included a full marathon around the capital of Leh at an altitude of 3524 metres (11,562 feet) and the ultra marathon, the extreme Khardung La Challenge, where runners crossed one of the world’s highest passes 5602 metres (18,380 feet).
“The 2013 Ladakh Marathon will be bigger and better,” said Chewang Motup. “We are already getting enquiries from runners around India who want to participate. Our goal is to become a key stop on the marathon calendar for runners, not just from Leh, but from around India and the world.”

Four challenging routes to choose from

10 KM RUN
It may be the shortest race but it doesn’t mean the 10 KM run will be easy. Still, this race is expected to have the widest participation among runners both young and older. We expect lots of schoolchildren to participate in this run and know it will involve the most enthusiasm.
 http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/races/10-km-run/
21 KM HALF MARATHON
The half marathon takes you through the town of Leh and its outskirts and includes a loop that starts at the Petrol Pump and back. If you are not ready for the full marathon why not give this run a shot and then come back next year for the big race. Most people run the half marathon to prepare for the full marathon.
 http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/races/21-km-half-marathon/
42 KM MARATHON
The Ladakh Full Marathon is the world’s highest marathon. It begins and ends in the town of Leh but the route takes you through the outskirts and along the Leh Valley where the road crosses the Indus River several times. If you are a serious long distance runner this is one course you will want under your belt and be talking about for a long time to come.
 http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/races/42-km-marathon/
KHARDUNG LA CHALLENGE
This is a race for the elite runner who wants to push the limits of endurance. It starts in the scenic Nubra Valley and then goes uphill all the way to the Khardung La along the world’s highest motorable road past summer yak pastures and stunning views of the East Karakoram mountains of Ladakh. The good thing is that once you reach the pass, it’s all downhill from there to Leh.
 http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/races/khardung-la-challenge/

http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/races/

Race Information

What kind of medical and volunteer support is there along the route?

http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/races/race-information/




Please read sections on APPLICATION FEES AND PAYMENT and ENTRY RULES AND GUIDELINES before completing registration form.

REGISTER ONLINE

You can apply either online or send us completed application form through post mail.
Step One: Register online: PLEASE CLICK ON THIS ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM
Step Two: Have all your information ready including including a photo of yourself no bigger than 75kb
Step Three: Follow the prompts and fill out all the required fields and click on the submit button

REGISTER BY MAIL

Step One: Download Application Form: PLEASE CLICK ON THIS LINK TO GO TO THE PAGE WHERE YOU CAN DOWNLOAD AN APPLICATION FORM
Step Two: Please fill out to the form and return duly signed “Risk & Indemnity Agreement” and requisite entry fee to be sent through post mail to Ladakh Marathon, Khagshal, Gonpa Road, Leh, Ladakh – 194101, Jammu &Kashmir, India Tel: + 91 1982 202329
NOTES
Incomplete application forms will not be accepted, so please ensure that you have filled in all necessary details
Runners who live in Ladakh have the option to drop in their completed application forms at the following location(s) in Leh:
Rimo Expeditions, Hotel Kanglhachen complex (opposite the Police Station,) Leh, Ladakh – 194101, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Tel: +91 (1982) 253348 / 253257
Ladakh Marathon, Khagshal, Gonpa Road, Leh, Ladakh – 194101, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Tel: +91 (1982) 202329
How to apply
http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/registration/how-to-apply/

Entry Rules & Guidelines
http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/registration/entry-rules-and-guidelines/

Application Fees & Payment Options
http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/registration/

About us
http://www.ladakhmarathon.com/about-us/

For all enquiries please contact: info@ladakhmarathon.com
Ladakh Marathon
Khagshal, Gonpa Road, Leh, Ladakh – 194101
Jammu and Kashmir, India
Tel: + 91 1982 202329

So far at the moment of my side, if questions do arise, please visit the website, contact the organizers and prepare your participation accordingly.

Julley

Thomas Wilden
Mask Dances of Ladakh & Zanskar