Karmapa and Thugseyla arrive at the Europe Center in Immenstadt

On August 2, 2019 Karmapa and his family arrived early in the morning and were welcomed by Lama Ole Nydahl. In the afternoon, more than 6,000 guests from over 40 countries attended the welcome ceremony for Karmapa and his son Thugseyla in the largest meditation tent we’ve ever built at the Europe Center, our international meeting point.

Left: Karmapa and Lama Ole
Center: Group Picture during the Welcome Ceremony
Right: Thugseyla and Lama Ole

Karmapa Thaye Dorje is the leader of the Karma Kagyü Lineage, the oldest reincarnate lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, of which Diamond Way Buddhism is a part. Thugseyla was born on the 11th of August 2018, as the first child of Karmapa and his wife Sangyumla. This was the family’s first visit to the Europe Centre in Immenstadt.

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Karmapa and Thugseyla arrive at The Europe Center (photos and report)



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