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Marsha Woolf, Karen Blanc the Rainmaker the Story of Venerable Ngagpa Yeshe Dorje Rinpoche 1994

Marsha Woolf, Karen Blanc the Rainmaker the Story of Venerable Ngagpa Yeshe Dorje Rinpoche 1994

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How to reach ZKL-Monastery When you arrived at Delhi International Airport you take a Prepaid-Taxi to the

Tibetan Colony, also known as “Majnu Ka Tilla” where you have a lot of hotels for to stay and tourist-office to book the next rides. From there you have different choices to reach the next stop: • Take the direct Deluxe- or Sleeperbus to Dharamshala, leaving at 6pm, arriving at 6am next morning • Take the sleeper-train from Old-Delhi trainstation to Pathankot, starting around 8pm, arriving at 7am, then the local Bus to Dharamsala. • Take the plaine from Delhi National Airport to DharamshalaAirport, next to Gaggal and Kangra. The flight takes 50 minutes, from the Airport to Dharamshala you can take a taxi or the local bus till Kangra-Bus-Terminal and then to Dharamshala. Flying is not advisable in Monsuntime. Because of foggy weatherconditions the flights are cancelled often. From lower Dharamshala you need to go up to McLeodGanj by local bus or taxi. The taxi will lead you till ZKL-Monastery, on Bhagsu-Road, upon LastChance Chai-Shop. When you arrive in McLeodGanj by bus you can also take the “Tuk-Tuk” to ZKL-Monastery. Accomodation and Food will be provided.

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