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Increasingly, the Dutch Foundation for Ladaki Nuns (DFLN) and the Ladakh Nuns Assiociation (LNA) was approached by people who wish to volunteer in Ladakh. For those who are considering, it makes
Article - Newspaper of the North, photographer - Kees van Veen by - Annemarie Hommes
On November 19, 2006 and 1918 was the second Ladakh Festival in St. Gabriel Monastery in Haastrecht. In two days there were over one hundred visitors present.
The festival was opened by our patron,
Jessica Mack, Joan Moonen, Sonam Angmo (translater), Aniek Jaartsveld
The purpose of our trip was to visit 6 nunneries in the remote Zanskar region to show them the Tibetan
Last week I was phoned by an employee of Cordaid .
They are quite enthusiastic about the approach of our project. It focuses on independence, equality, and comes from the country.
The Ladakh festival, we can simply call succeeded. Saturday there were over thirty visitors, and on Sunday the turnout was truly overwhelming! In total during the weekend over a hundred
This year started well. During the board meeting on February 26 jl got a lot of news on the table. We would like to share with you there and hope that is helping us.
Doris Eddelbüttel recently became the sole director of the German DFLN. Last January, she visited Ladakh in order to gauge the progress of the construction of the monastery in Nyerma. She also
The creation myth of our trip to Ladakh took place on a Wednesday evening in the Woodhead Lounge at Wesleyan. Jenny, Ben and I were enrolled in a small seminar with Professor Willis on Women and
We are pleased to inform you about developments of DFLN activities during the summer. Although there three weeks before leaving for Ladakh, on June 5, with just
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