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The Amitabha Mandala Dharma Center
Opak Kyilkhor Chöling

The Amitabha Foundation Retreat Center is presently being built on a mountain top in Kopan, located approximately 3 km from Boudhanath Great Stupa, in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. It will be open to Buddhist practitioners of all paths.

The main structure is built upon the highest point on the hill, designed like a mandala. This, as well as the registered name of Amitabha Foundation, is the reason for the retreat center’s special name Opak Kyilkhor Chöling (The Amitabha Mandala Dharma Center). Within the retreat center, there will be a total of sixteen temples both large and small.

The following is a detailed description of each temple’s dharma objects and of each temple’s daily, monthly and yearly rituals.

A downloadable version of the Nepal Retreat Center Introduction document is also available here.

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The Amitabha Mandala Dharma Center

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Civil work is almost complete and the detailed cement carving of the columns will be started soon. The retreat cottages will also begin soon, after we have the road fixed for carrying the building materials.

Kathmandu Retreat Center Shrine Halls

Kathmandu Retreat Center Shrine Halls

This is a computer generated perspective view of the The Amitabha Mandala Dharma Center shrine halls. There are plans to build 8 shrine halls at the site.

Further pictures and information on the retreat center will be post as soon as they become available.

Kathmandu Retreat Center Cottages

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This is a computer generated perspective view of the Amitabha Foundation Kathmandu retreat cottages. The four cottages have 8 units for 8 retreatants. There are plans to build 32 retreat cottages at the site for different practices.

Further pictures and information on the retreat center will be post as soon as they become available.

The Amitabha Mandala Dharma Center

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The Amitabha Mandala Dharma Center is being built outside Kathmandu, Nepal.

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HE Choeje Ayang Rinpoche

Considered the world's living Phowa master – a lineage-holder of both the Nyingma and Drikung Phowa he continues the unbroken line of Drikung Phowa lamas from Buddha Vajradhara.



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