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Tibetan Calendar 2013

Tibetan Calendar 2013

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Tibetan calendar for the year 2013 - Year of the Water Snake
Tibetan calendar for the year 2013 - Year of the Water Snake

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Published by: skdancer on Mar 17, 2013
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Tibetan Calendar 2013
iPhone/iPad App: free
Tibetan Buddhist Calendar 
This calendar ist also available as a free applicationfor iPhone and iPad.
iPhone/iPad App: free
Buddhist Scriptures
 A collection of over 300 scritpures in Tibetan script.
iPhone/iPad App: € 14.99
Wholesome Sound
 A profound explanation on the nature of sound and60 Minutes recordings of monastery chants.
iPhone/iPad App: € 8.99
Tibetan Up-to-Date
This App has been designed to reflect all our experiencein transmitting the precious Tibetan language. Over 600 soundfiles will help you to learn the pronunciation.
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This calendar is meant specically for practitioners of Tibetan
Buddhism. It shows the cycle of twelve months according to theTibetan lunar calendar together with the corresponding monthsand days of the Western calendar.The Tibetan astrology is a combination of Buddhist astrologyfrom Kalachakra-Tantra, Hindu astrology from Shiva-Tantra andancient Chinese astrology. Due to the synchronisation of solar day, lunar month, and zodiac year in Tibetan astrology you willsee that a day can be lost or doubled.The regular holy days as well as special days of Tibetan andBuddhist festivals are indicated. Although every day of the year is a special day for the practice of Dharma, the selection madehere is on the bases of giving priority to the most important ones.The 8th Moon, Full Moon, New Moon and eclipse days arespecial days for any wholesome action. For the lay practitionersthese days are especially recommended for taking the EightVows. The 10th and 25th of the Tibetan calendar are daysfor Ganachakra or Tsok-Rituals of Tantra. They are especiallyrecommended for performing Guru-Pujas. Sojong or Upposothadays twice a month are for confession of monastic communities.We wish you good physical and spiritual health for this year, andmay you spend each day of this year in a wholesome way.May the Teachings of the Buddha, the true source of peace andhappiness for all, spread throughout the world.May the Holders of the Teachings live long and may their 
activities ourish.May all hunger, thirst, disease, and conict - may all suffering
perish and all beings experience harmony and peace of mind.
May Compassion and Wisdom grow everywhere!

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