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Projects

Helping people of all ages from New York City to the Himalayas discover their full potential.

Vikramasila Foundation initiates and runs a several projects dedicated to the study and practice of the teachings of the Buddha and the flourishing of Tibetan culture.

 

Pema Ts’al School

Promoting the full potential of young Tibetans

Pema Ts’al School System promotes the full potential of young Tibetans in an environment dedicated to their academic and personal development. It is a place where the youth of Tibet grow in spirit and mind to become responsible, principled and actively engaged citizens of a diverse and changing world.

Pema Ts’al Sakya Monastic Institute

Creating a model for monastic communities

The Pema Ts’al Sakya Monastic Institute was founded to provide young Tibetan Buddhist monks with all that the ancient traditional monastic and modern education can offer. It was established to create a model for the community, where education is highly valued, by providing a better opportunity for learning through discipline, dedication, and hard work

Pema Ts’al School for Girls

Helping young Tibetans grow in spirit and mind

Pema Ts’al School for Girls will be established this year to promote the full potential of young Tibetans in an environment dedicated to their academic and personal development. It is a place where young Tibetans grow in spirit and mind to become responsible, principled, and actively engaged citizens of a diverse and changing world.

Pema Ts'al Mangoes

Planting a million mango trees

An ambitious lifetime project planting mango trees at the Pema Ts'al School to directly encourage the younger generation to become involved in the care of Mother Earth and her environment. By introducing mango trees that not only have local environmental benefits but also have a far better economic viability for the local community members than their annual crops of rice and corn.