Karma Lekshey Ling Shedra, Nepal

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Karma Lekshey Ling Shedra

Country Nepal
Founder and Spiritual Lead Choje Lama Phuntsok / Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche
Lineage Kagyu

 

Contact
Address: Post Box No. 8435, Swoyambhu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: +977-1-6226029
Email: leksheylingschool@gmail.com
Website: http://www.leksheyling.net/pages/english/School/index.htm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KLL.School/?ref=br_rs

About

Karma Lekshey Ling School

Karma Lekshey Ling School is an independent, college preparatory primary school in Kathmandu, Nepal. The school offers academic excellence in a community committed to nurturing peace through education.

Karma Lekshey Ling School operates since 2007 and is the first Governmental Buddhist School in Nepal and is part of a coordinated system of education, grades 1 through 5.

Guided by the Buddhist principles of compassion and interdependence, the students and faculty engage in rigorous and meaningful academic learning in a community that treasures each person. The primary concern is for students to fully develop their intellectual, physical, creative, and spiritual potential and become young adults who contribute directly to building peaceful society.

 

Karma Lekshey Ling Institute

Contact
Address: Post Box No. 8435, Swoyambhu, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: +977-1-4033871
Email: office@leksheyling.net
Website: http://www.leksheyling.net/pages/english/Institute/index.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nepal.karmaleksheyling?ref=br_rs

About

In 1990, the Karma Leksheyling Shedra was established with the purpose to give the sons of Himalayan Buddhist families an education combined with monastic training, the study of philosophy and logic, and religious history. Classes in computer skills and English are also offered.

In 2002 the Institute moved to its present premises where a Secondary School for classes 1 to 8 was added in 2007. It is a regular school approved by the Nepalese government combined with a full monastic training. In 2017 there were around 250 monks and nuns.

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