Ordination is not something to be taken lightly. In the Buddhist tradition, it is intended to be a lifelong commitment. Therefore, those who sincerely seek ordination deserve proper guidance, encouragement and support. The International Hua-Yan Buddhist Federation provides support for food, accommodations, educations and health care in the underdeveloped  Himalayan area , to ordained Sangha (monks and nuns) as well as monasteries and nunneries.

Currently, we are supporting  Palyul Theckchen Ling Monastery of Nepal.  near the remarkable Boudhanath Stupa of Kathmandu, Nepal.  Venerable Lopen Tsewang Tobden has been the abbot of this three floor building monastery for many years. Since year 2016, Palyul Theckchen Ling Monastery is registered under the not-for-profit law of Nepal.  Currently, there are 12 young monks aged from 7 to 13 years old living in this location.  They study Buddhist philosophy, Buddhist ritual, meditation, Nepali language, Tibetan language, English, mathematics, social science and drawing. Most of them are either orphans or the children from poor himalayan region of Nepal or India. Monastery provides food, accommodations, education  and health care to those novice little monks.

You can find more information in monastery's website:

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