There is a valuable lists of links - with many of mandalas and Kagyu Centres at KhandroNet:
http://www.khandro.net/links_TibBud1.htm

NALANDABODHI

Is an excellent site, which seems to be dedicated to the Teachings of Ven. Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche and Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche -

KARMAPA NEWS

it hosts an excellent database on the activities of His Holiness the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa which is archived going back a few years. Many links emerge from these notes, and there is as excellent collection of: ONLINE TEACHINGS

Index To Online Teachings


United Karma Kagyu (Vajrayana) Federation Malaysia

Is the Main Karmapa Kagyu constellation in Malaysia. It is very dynamic and well worth exploring as it is in English, but has Chinese language Teachings available as well.


Karma Triyana Dharmachakra

Is the Main seat of H.H. the Karmapa in America, and the Americas, for that matter.


THE KAGYU MEDIALAB

Have not visited this site yet


VAJRA VIDYA INSTITUTE

Have not visited this site yet


SHENPEN ÖSEL

is a tri-annual publication of Kagyu Shenpen Ösel Chöling (KSOC), a center for the study and practice of Tibetan vajrayana Buddhism located in Seattle, Washington.  Back issues from 1997 -2001 - are published online with a rich treasure of Teachings by various Kagyu Masters. The files are in .pdf format which opens automatically in Acrobat Reader - very convenient - because if you print - the format is perfect and the lay-out is maintained.


TIBET INFORMATION NETWORK

T.I.N. is an excellent site on political news of Tibet - which was founded by Robbie Barnett, one of the original Muppets in Jim Henson's - Robbie organised the Vajra Crown Ceremony at Cambridge University where I first met the Karmapa, so he is an important link in the Kagyu Mandala.


KHANDRO NET

Some more HORSE SYMBOLISM HERE:

Rather nice site on NAGAS - plus all sorts of other delicious things...

This is a wonderful page from someone Kagyu - with all sorts of links to FROGS - seen by Tibetans as part of the Naga Family - and has links going all over the place...

There is a valuable lists of links - with many of mandalas and Kagyu Centres at KhandroNet


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