A collection of Buddhist sutras and mantras in Sanskrit, commissioned by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, is now available to support Deer Park Institute.

Dharma Nada: Resonance of Buddhist Sutras and Mantras,” in Sanskrit by classical Indian singer Vidya Rao, is now available. This beautifully presented double CD set, commissioned and produced by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, includes 13 tracks and a 36-page booklet with sutras and mantras written in Roman and Devanagari script. All donations received for the CD are dedicated to supporting the studies of Buddhism and classical Indian philosophy and culture organized by our sister organization Siddhartha’s Intent India Society and Deer Park India. The image on the cover was taken by But-Sou Lai during the inauguration of Dzongsar Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö Institute, in Chauntra, Himachal Pradesh, India. Those who attended the inauguration will never forget Vidya’s moving performance for His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who presided over the ceremony. Parts of this performance can be seen on the inauguration video on the KF web site. Only a limited number of CDs are available. Suggested donation: US$30. For more information about the activities of Deer Park and SI India, visit www.deerpark.in.