This Losar we invite you all to remember the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha in your daily activities and practices. Join the ongoing Triratna Anusmriti Sadhana (Recollecting the Three Jewels) online practice, now offered in English and Chinese with Sanskrit chanting every other week on Fridays at 7:00 pm and Sundays at 9:30 am (Indian Standard Time). Check the schedule, download the sadhana, and join the practice. Watch Rinpoche’s teaching on the sadhana.

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Read Rinpoche’s Losar Message

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To welcome the Year of the Water Tiger, Siddhartha’s Intent and Khyentse Foundation offer this calendar to inspire your practice throughout the year. The calendar features the opening prayer of the Triratna Anusmriti Sadhana, composed by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche, and includes the auspicious dates of the Khyentse lineage masters.

Thanks to all of the translators and volunteers for their efforts in preparing the calendar, allowing us to offer it in  28 languages (29 versions): Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Maltese, modern Mongolian (newly added), Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tibetan, Turkish (newly added), Ukrainian (newly added), and Vietnamese.

Special thanks to Carla Irusta for the exquisite illustration featured on this year’s calendar.

 

 
Download the calendar below.
Please follow the  printing instructions.
 
 
The calendars are designed to be printed at A3 or 11 x 17. 

Please note, files are large so the PDFs may be slow to load.

 

  1. Arabic
  2. Chinese, simplified | 11×17 or A3
  3. Chinese, traditional | 11×17 or A3
  4. Danish
  5. Dutch
  6. English | 11×17 or A3
  7. Finnish
  8. French
  9. German
  10. Greek
  11. Hebrew
  12. Hindi
  13. Hungarian
  14. Italian
  15. Japanese
  16. Korean
  17. Maltese
  18. Mongolian
  19. Norwegian
  20. Polish
  21. Portuguese
  22. Russian
  23. Serbian
  24. Spanish | 11×17 or A3
  25. Swedish
  26. Tibetan
  27. Turkish
  28. Ukrainian
  29. Vietnamese