Khyentse Foundation and Siddhartha’s Intent invite you to join an all-day celebration and worldwide Zabtik Drolma (Green Tara) puja practice on June 18 for the long life of our teachers and the long life of the dharma. 

The SI community will host five individual pujas throughout the day. Each puja will last approximately 2 hours and will be available on both Zoom and YouTube.

To join the puja, follow the Zoom links below, scan the QR codes above, or tune in to the SI YouTube livestream channel.
Zoom for English pujas:
Meeting ID: 850 3777 0512,
Passcode: 721233
Zoom for the Chinese puja hosted by SI Taiwan:
Webinar ID: 931 3410 0642
* When preparing for and practicing the Zabtik Drolma puja, it is traditional to abstain from meat, egg, onions, garlic, leek, chili, and alcohol.  

We are pleased to offer the debut of a new melody for “Praises to the 21 Taras” together with a new adaptation of the English and Chinese sadhana, both composed and arranged under the guidance and direction of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche. We hope to have the privilege of Rinpoche’s company during one or more of the pujas.

Additionally, we are happy to announce that preparations are underway to offer regular online Tara Puja practices in the future.

What I want you to do is supplicate. Supplication, prayer, is important. Prayer is meditation. Prayer is shamatha. Prayer is vipassana. Prayer is so important.


May the non-virtuous thoughts and actions never come and even if they come, please let them not stay long. Let them be short. And may my life be long, healthy, and prosperous. May my meditation have realization and experience.


May this earth be peaceful and harmonious. May this country be peaceful and harmonious and may the world be peaceful and harmonious. May the leaders who actually lead the nations do so according to the law of cause and condition. Whatever they plan, may they be successful. And those who are devoted to dharma, may they live long, may they be prosperous. May war and famine dissolve or be pacified. May the study and the practice of the dharma prevail. May the holders of the dharma, the gurus, live long. And may they be free from obstacles. And may the dharma of the Buddha remain on this earth.


So these are what you should be praying for.


— Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, Deity Principle and Age of Tara, Bir, 2017


Visit the online Tara Altar, to download the updated Tara Puja Sadhana, Rinpoche’s teachings on Tara, the Tara Gallery and more.