About Pundarika

The vision behind the Pundarika lotus symbol is the immaculate wisdom and compassion of Dharma. It is Pundarika’s mission to manifest this vision by bringing the timeless wisdom of great Tibetan masters to the modern West.

2023-2024 Goals of Pundarika Foundation

  • Continue to financially support the Tsoknyi Nuns Endowment Fund
  • Complete merger with the Tsoknyi Humanitarian Foundation
  • Continue to create practice materials as directed by Rinpoche
  • Complete the Tsa Tsa House (reliquary) on the Yeshe Rangsal Land
  • Complete refinishing gold inlay on the Stupa of Enlightenment
  • Roll out the Fully Being course to a larger audience
  • Organize U.S. Pundarika retreats (online and in-person)
  • Create a Bardo “package” for Rinpoche’s students
  • Stream open and advanced retreats; including Counsel of Elders
  • Help sponsor the translation of the Tsoknyi Lineage (first time in English)
  • Continue to support the Tsoknyi Nuns Endowment

Our Mission

Pundarika Foundation’s primary mission is to support the teaching activities and humanitarian work of Tsoknyi Rinpoche by keeping alive the wisdom of the Dharma…read more

Pundarika Staff

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Non Profit Status

Under the guidance of Tsoknyi Rinpoche, Pundarika Foundation was established in 1994 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit religious organization and as a 501(c)(3) church in 2006 (FEIN No. 84-1295990). Pundarika is a volunteer organization that relies on the generosity of students’ time and commitment. It has the support of over 2,000 students throughout the world who attend retreats, practice Dharma under the inspiration of Rinpoche and contribute time, money and prayers to its success.

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