Sangye-Menla Patients Charitable Trust (The Medicine Buddha Trust) is a NGO setup by Buddhist monks at Sangye-Menla House in Chandigarh who are working towards medical treatment of the needful and poor. The project is in urgent need of funds to secure the hospital building and all donations are greatly appreciated. 4,000 patients are treated at this site annually. Treatment has been provided for the past 14 years by a volunteer staff. Please consider helping the 6 volunteers heal the needy by providing them a safe and clean space to deliver services!
For more information on Sangye-Menhla, please visit the website:
Yeshe Rabgye is a Western Drikung Kagyu Monk who is a founder of the Sangye Mela Trust. He has written the book “The Best Way to Catch a Snake” for all those who want to start their journey towards nirvana but don t know where to begin!
The book goes beyond the exotic rituals and practices that Buddhism is today seen as, and elucidates the Four Seals, the Four Noble Truths and the Four Thoughts of Buddhism in simple, jargon-free language. Written by a Buddhist monk, it combines examples from his own experience with simple exercises. An easily relatable and valuable source of Buddhist knowledge, this book is a must-read for anyone drawn to the teachings of Gautama Buddha.
More information for the book can be found on facebook.
Purchase the book at Nataraj Books and contribute to this project!
All proceeds for this book go to the Sangye-Menla Charitable Trust.
If you wish to donate to the Sangye Menla Project please do so via the *donate* page and specify that your donation is for Sangye Menlha.