1 Billion White Tara Mantra Project
For the Long Life of
Garchen Rinpoche & World Peace
1 Billion Amitayus Mantra Accumulation Project
For the Long Life of Garchen Rinpoche
Calendar February 2020

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Created on 23 July 2012


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365 Days Auspicious Mother Lamp Sponsorship

Offering light, in particular, is a special door of dependent arising to quickly complete the accumulation of merit and receive blessings. It is said in the Second Chapter of the Root Tantra of Chakrasamvara (manifestation of Shakyamuni Buddha), “If you wish for sublime realization, offer hundreds of lights”. The lamp symbolizes the light of wisdom that dispels the darkness of ignorance. As expounded by Lord Buddha in the Sutra of Clarifying Karma, making lamp offerings would also allow one to receive great enjoyment of wealth, to be reborn in the deva or human realm, and to swiftly attain liberation and enlightenment.


The Auspicious Mother Lamp is constantly lit, symbolizing a continuous stream of blessing that benefit yourself and all sentient beings.

Created on 23 July 2012


Prayer Wheel Sponsorship


Prayer wheels are an important element of Tibetan Buddhist practice, and they are very holy objects. They are cylinders filled with compassionate prayers known as mantras; when a prayer wheel is turned, blessings spread to surrounding sentient beings and the general environment. The blessings are multiplied by the number of prayers inside the wheel, thus multiplying the benefits. The teachings say that whenever a prayer wheel is spun, that location becomes a blessed holy place. Merely turning a prayer wheel brings great purification of negative actions, benefit beings in the lower realms and accumulation of merits.

Types of Prayer Wheels

  • Amitabha Prayer Wheel
  • Medicine Buddha Prayer Wheel
  • Vajrasattva Prayer Wheel
  • White Tara Prayer Wheel
  • Chenrezig Prayer Wheel
  • Green Tara Prayer Wheel
  • Padmasambhava Prayer Wheel
  • Dzambala Prayer Wheel

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Created on 23 July 2012

buddha-nicheBuddha Niche Sponsorship

“By making statues of the Buddha and by making offerings to statues of Buddha, one accumulates infinite, inconceivable merit that immediately becomes a cause of enlightenment. Every merit accumulated by making statues and by making offerings to statues immediately becomes the cause of enlightenment. Without a doubt, every single one becomes a cause of enlightenment.”


By sponsoring Buddha statues, one will not only bring blessings to oneself, families, friends and home or businesses, one will also firmly establish connections with the Buddha and their embodiments (ie. Manjusri is the embodiment of Wisdom), purify obstacles, and accumulate immeasurable merits.


Types of Statues Offerings

  • Medicine Buddha: For good health, swift recovery from sickness and  purification of obscurations.
  • Manjusri: For wisdom, increase in knowledge and studies.
  • White Tara: For long life, happiness, swift purification of obstacles and blessing of compassion.
  • Green Tara: For swift purification of obstacles and receive blessings rapidly.
  • Yellow Dzambala: For prosperity in order to undertake various Dharma activities,  ripens and enhances our karma so that we may realize an abundance of resources, smooth career and growth of businesses.

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Created on 25 December 2013


Friends of Drigar Thubten Dargye Ling (Membership)


e welcome all to join the membership as Friends of Drigar Thubten Dargye Ling. Under the leadership of H.E Garchen Rinpoche to propagate Buddha Dharma and benefit all sentient beings through the establishment of a centre, the membership will strengthen further the relations between our teachers and fellow Dharma brothers.

In appreciation to your contribution, members will receive a range of benefits such as receiving preferential rates for special pujas and various sponsorship items; receiving notifications of the centre’s activities and receiving priority invitations to dharma events in times of any constraints. It is also offers privileged service at some establishments which include vegetarian restaurants and Dharma items shops which offers a range of discount between 5-20%.

Your contribution will go towards the society's daily activities and upkeep expense. We are not for profit, and all contributions are deeply appreciated. All merits from your generosity will be dedicated to the well-being of yourself and all sentient beings with the ultimate aim of attaining Enlightenment.


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Created on 23 July 2012



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Triple Gem (Building Fund)

In 2009 H.E Garchen Rinpoche expressed the wish to establish a permanent centre in Singapore for his disciples and new practitioners to come together. Following Rinpoche’s aspiration and his generous providence of seed fund, our centre is now actively searching for a suitable premise for our permanent dharma centre at which to develop and spread Drikung Kagyu practices. To this end, we launched the Triple Gem Sponsorship in 2010 so as to raise the necessary funding.  
We humbly appeal for generous sponsors to participate in this meritorious project. We can help realize H.E Garchen Rinpoche’s aspiration to spread dharma teachings far and wide, thereby amassing inconceivable merits for our future lives and for all sentient beings.


“Offering to the Triple Gem, your Master, or to the Dharma Centre are all classified as giving. If one can give a little money to the Dharma Centre so that the Centre can sustain for many years, and with that we can practice Buddha Dharma. Isn’t this a huge benefit? This is what we all have to learn and practice.”


Extract from ‘The 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas’, Drikung Kagyu Teachings by H.E Garchen Rinpoche

The Triple Gem Sponsorship requests those faithful and fortunate ones who delight in pure actions offer contribute one dollar a day for three consecutive years.  As in Year 1 – Offering to the Buddhas, Year 2 – Offering to the Dharma and Year 3 – Offering to the Sanghas.


Not everyone can make a one-off contribution; sponsors can pledge to make offerings on a monthly or annual basis. We rejoice in the merits of your kind generosity for the propagation of Dharma.