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Middle Way Education is the organizing body of Khyentse Foundation’s education projects with the mission of creating a new model of Buddhist education for students and educators. Middle Way is launching a global-class, Buddhist nonsectarian, non-denominational... read more

2016 Annual Report

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF DHARMA ACTIVITY 2001-2016 in Words and Images It’s been 15 years since a small group of students—determined to help relieve Rinpoche of his financial responsibilities for the support of his monasteries in China, India, and Bhutan—helped start... read more

Update: KF’s Investment in Nepal’s Future

On the first anniversary of the devastating April 2015 earthquake in Nepal, Khyentse Foundation signed partnerships with Teach for Nepal and Shree Mangal Dvip School, both based in Kathmandu. One year later, the partnerships are still going strong. KF’s continued... read more

FOCUS: Homage to Tara

KHYENTSE FOUNDATION’S GREATEST PATRON In This Issue: VIDEO: Rinpoche explains why he hosted the Tara puja for KF VIDEO: Faces of the Tara Puja On March 24, 2017, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche began a 21-day Tara puja to pay homage to Tara. Rinpoche personally... read more

Homage to the 21 Taras Broadcast

On March 24, 2017, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche began a 21-day Tara puja at DKCLI, Chauntra, to pay homage to Tara. Rinpoche personally offered this puja to thank Tara for her support of Khyentse Foundation and to supplicate her to continue to help the Dharma flourish.... read more

Announcing the Buddhist Digital Resource Center

THE LEADING RESOURCE CENTER FOR TIBETAN STUDIES BROADENS ITS SCOPE: PRESERVING AND PROTECTING BUDDHIST TEXTS IN SOUTH ASIAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIAN LANGUAGES A Trusted KF Partner Moves into an Exciting New Phase with Expanded Mission and Expanded Impact: Announcing the... read more

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  • FOCUS: Homage to Tara

    KHYENTSE FOUNDATION’S GREATEST PATRON In This Issue: VIDEO: Rinpoche explains why he hosted the Tara puja for KF VIDEO: Faces of the Tara Puja On March 24, 2017, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche began a 21-day Tara puja to pay homage to Tara. Rinpoche personally offered this puja to thank Tara for her support of Khyentse Foundation and […]

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KF Annual Reports

2016 Annual Report

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF DHARMA ACTIVITY 2001-2016 in Words and Images It’s been 15 years since a small group of students—determined to help relieve Rinpoche of his financial responsibilities for the support of his monasteries in China, India, and Bhutan—helped start... read more

2015 Annual Report

The 2015 annual report is streamlined, with fewer pages, highlighting a few individuals and projects.

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2014 Annual Report

As Khyentse Foundation enters its 14th year of operation, we are constantly looking for new and more effective ways to fulfill Rinpoche’s all-embracing vision to ensure the longevity of the Buddhadharma.

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FOCUS: Homage to Tara

KHYENTSE FOUNDATION’S GREATEST PATRON In This Issue: VIDEO: Rinpoche explains why he hosted the Tara puja for KF VIDEO: Faces of the Tara Puja On March 24, 2017, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche began a 21-day Tara puja to pay homage to Tara. Rinpoche personally... read more

FOCUS: Buddhism in India

BHAJANS, BUDDHIST STUDIES, AND DR. BADRI | BUDDHISM IN INDIA The city of Pune was originally called “Punya-nagari,” which means the city (nagari) of good merit (punya). Pune has a rich history of education, social change, and spirituality, and Khyentse Foundation has... read more

FOCUS: Guardians of the Dharma

Khyentse Foundation partners with Buddhist Studies programs at 13 universities on four continents to encourage excellence in Buddhist scholarship. Rinpoche has often said that academics and scholars are the “guardians of the Dharma” because they ensure... read more

Great Patron Series

In 2002, Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche began identifying some of the great patrons of Buddhism, from Shakyamuni’s own patron, Sudatta Anathapindika to the warlord king Ashoka. Without these patrons, Buddhism would have had little chance to flourish. In every Khyentse Foundation Communique, Rinpoche shares the life story of one of these inspiring patrons.