Khordong and Jangter, traditions practised in Dropan Ling, a centre founded by Chhimed Rigdzin Rinpoche, belong to the Nyingmapa school of Tibetan Buddhism. They are derived from teachings that reached Tibet in the eighth century thanks to Padmasambhava. Some of these teachings were discovered in later times. These include, for example, Jangter - the teachings discovered by Rigdzin Godem in the 14th century, and the teachings of the Khordong lineage, discovered by Nudan Dorje in the 19th century. Both of these lines are practised in Khordong monasteries in Tibet and India, and thanks to Chhimed Rigdzin Rinpoche, Taklung Tsetrul Rinpoche, Chhimed Gyaltsen Rinpoche and other lamas, they are also available in Poland.
News from Dropan Ling
The centre is open to visiting tourists every day from
13.00 to 16.00.
Visitors are requested to consider that their presence outside these hours may disrupt practice and disturb practitioners.
Due to the recent cases of Covid-19 in the centre, all the visitors are requested to visit Drophan Ling only after making sure that they are not infectious, and wear a mask in the places of gathering at all times.
News from Chhimed Rigdzin Society read more...
Intronization of the tulku of Khyabje Taklung Tsetrul Rinpoche read more...
Regular practice schedule :
Every day - 9.00 Riwo Sangcho, 18.00 - Small Rigdzin
Special days (Guru Rinpoche, Dakinis and Dharmapalas Days) - 17.00 Big Rigdzin
Sadhanas performed by the monks on special days - 9.00-12.30 and 13.30-16.00 read more...
Tanka of Padmasambhava from the private collection of the 1st Dodrupchen,
In possession of Tulku Thondup Rinpoche