The Rinchen Terdzod Empowerments

Gratitude to the Clean Up Crew

The cleaning crew cheerfully cleans and prepares for that day's empowerments held in the Guru Rinpoche Shrine room (Guru Lhakhang) and the Siddhi Doongdrub Lhakhang, where the lung is being conferred.

Everyday the sangha is happy to come into a clean and well organized facility that can seat more than 2,000 people inside and also comfortably accommodates thousands more on the lawn around the main shrine halls.

The Guru Rinpoche Lhakhang is clean and ready for the day's empowerments

Photo credit: The Guru Rinpoche Lhakhang is clean and ready for the day's empowerments ©2009 Mindrolling International

The nuns of Samten Tse, the younger monks of Mindrolling and the monks from the Lava Mindrolling Monastery are working extraordinarily hard at maintaining the clean environment of the Mahayana complex and the various shrine rooms.

Nuns cleaning the walkway of the Siddhi Doongdrub Lhakhang

Photo credit: Nuns cleaning the walkway of the Siddhi Doongdrub Lhakhang ©2009 Mindrolling International

Nuns and western students cleaning and preparing the Siddhi Doongdrub Lhakhang

Photo credit: Nuns and western students cleaning and preparing the Siddhi Doongdrub Lhakhang ©2009 Mindrolling International

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