Do Ngak Kunphen Ling promotes Universal Peace through Tibetan Buddhist teachings in order to create enlightened world citizens who work to end the suffering of all beings. DNKL offers classes and training in Buddhist moral discipline, meditative concentration, and transformative wisdom.


  • Annual Fasting Retreat with Nyung-ne Practice 2015
    The Fasting Retreat with Nyung-ne Practice is a well know, powerful and profound purification practice focus on Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion.

  • We are pleased to announce that Venerable Geshe Lobsang Dhargye, a Hlarampa Geshe from Sera Mey College, located in Bylakuppe, India, and a resident teacher at Do Ngak Kun Phen Ling (Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace), located in Redding, CT, has agreed to teach a series of classes on...

  • The 14th Tongkhor Rinpoche Reflects on His Own Experience as an Reincarnation Teacher (Tulku) of Tibetan Buddhism

  • Ven. Lobsang Tendrol
    A guided meditation on how to use Buddhist ideas to navigate through the difficult times in our lives with grace, openness and maybe even a smile.

  • We are pleased to announce that Venerable Geshe Lobsang Dhargye, a Hlarampa Geshe from Sera Mey College, located in Bylakuppe, India, and a resident teacher at Do Ngak Kun Phen Ling (Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace), located in Redding, CT, has agreed to teach a series of classes on...

  • Please join us to celebrate the Day of Great Miracles, one of the four most auspicious days in a year, with this seven-limb devotional practice to all the 1000 Buddhas in our fortunate eon and dedicate the merit for the benefit of all sentient beings....

  • Eva Lee will share her 2013-2014 Fulbright research on 10th to 12th century Buddhist mandalas in ancient Tibetan monasteries of Spiti, Lahaul, and Ladakh.

    Her presentation will include incredible photos of her Himalayan journey, along with a video of the astonishing interior of Tabo...

  • Sixteen Arhat Puja, 10AM Jan.18, 2015! Join us to perform the seven-limb practice of praise, offering and so forth to the Sixteen Arhat who were ordered by Lord Buddha to remain in our world in order to ensure the continuity of Dharma.

    十六阿羅漢會供略儀 及 宗喀巴大師上師瑜伽 兜率百尊七慧成就

Sutra Classes for Beginer

The best place to start for beginners is to drop in on any current Sutra Classes, most of the ongoing classes fall under this category as well. Another option is to listen to any of the audio files in the archive listed under Sutra click here to be directed there.