The Rinchen Terdzod Empowerments

Gratitude to the Hospitality Staff

The Mahayana complex which has about 108 rooms and nine guest suites has been made available for visiting teachers, dignitaries, tulkus and khenpos from around the world.

View of the Mahayana complex

Photo credit: View of the Mahayana complex
©2009 Mindrolling International

The monks of Mindrolling and nuns of Samten Tse are working diligently and with kind service to make all the guests feel welcome and well accommodated. Senior monks and nuns oversee, manage and coordinate the various kitchens and are of service in whatever way is needed to the eminent guests.

Hospitality attendants assigned to Kyabje Tsetrul Rinpoche and H.E. Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche by Mindrolling

Photo credit: Lama Jurme Jinpa, the hospitality attendant assigned by Mindrolling to Kyabje Tsetrul Rinpoche (left), Lopön Palden Phuntsog, hospitality attendant assigned by Mindrolling to H.E. Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche (right) ©2009 Mindrolling International

Hospitality staff members from the Mahayana complex

Photo credit: Drug Drag and Gën Tsering Jurme, hospitality staff members at the Mahayana complex (left and center), Lopön Wangchen Döndrub, supervisor of food service for the tulkus and khenpos (right)
©2009 Mindrolling International

We are also very grateful for all the hard work and dedicated service of the following hospitality staff members: Khen Sherab Jurme, Khen Tsegyal, Lopön Thegchog Gyaltsen, Lopön Ngawang Nyendrag, Lopön Thubten Tharchin, Töd Pema Yeshe, Lopön Palden Phuntsog, Lopön Jinpa Tharchin, Drug Kunzang, Lopön Namdrol Thaye, Lopön Yeshe Phelgay, Lopön Sherab Wangchug, Lopön Chöying Kunkhyab, and Gën Dawa.

In addition, new shops in the Devaloka Guest House and in the neighboring community have recently opened to provide essentials.  Teams of monks and nuns have been appointed to address issues, answer questions and provide a variety of assistance to all the guests.

Devaloka Guest House at night

Photo credit: The Devaloka Guest House as it looks at night. The lower level consists of shops and the upper level contains the guest rooms. Two dining rooms are situated on the roof top ©2009 Mindrolling International

The snack shop at Devaloka

Photo credit: Maila helps customers in a popular snack shop at Devaloka
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Tasty Delight Café in Devaloka provides snacks and hot drinks

Photo credit: Tasty Delight Café in Devaloka provides snacks and hot drinks
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