Kyegu Monastery is looking for sponsors for their 19 little monks, and you can be a part! Recently Kyegu Monastery in Tillordhar, India, received its first batch in ten years of eight little monks from Nepal. The boys are of Tibetan background but grew up in Nepal, and come from a tiny mountain village three days walk from the nearest town. Kyegu Monastery is currently housing, feeding and educating them in Tibetan and English, as well as looking after their monastic education, although the monastery and village of Tillordhar are themselves in a fairly remote location.  Again in November eleven more young monks arrived from Nepal, bringing the total to 19!!!

The money from sponsorship for a little monk would be for school books, food, clothing and other amenities for the year such repairs and restoration to their accommodation.

If you're interested in helping out, you can make a one-off donation or become a regular contributor by contacting us, Sydney: Kyegu Buddhist Institute (individual monks can be sponsored, or a few, or the expenses of one can be split however you want!).

We can personally attest to the awesomeness of these boys, and they would be really grateful for your help. They’re already learning English at an extraordinary rate, and I’m sure will be superhero contributors to planet peace very soon!!!

Sponsors will get regular updates on the health and well-being of the monks, as well as photos and letters, if available.  If one day you will like to make the journey to visit or even take retreat in this remote place you would be most welcome. 

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