Stupa is the oldest Buddhist monument. Originally stupas were built to enshrine the relics of the Buddha and his most important disciples. As symbolic representation of the enlightened mind of the Buddha, they are of great significance and importance.
Building a stupa is considered extremely beneficial, leaving very positive karmic imprints in the minds of those, involved in building.
Future benefits from this action will result in fortunate rebirths.
We would like to invite you to support the unique landscaping project which is being realized on the Merigar East grounds. The main purpose of the project is to create a beautiful, peaceful and fruitful oasis in the midst of agriculture area, a place where you can come and find your own space to practice, relax, meet with friends, spend your holidays, dance on the mandalas but also read a book in the shadow of a huge tree, take a nap in the hammocks in the place absent from wind, take a walk in the orchard full of trees inviting you to taste their fruits, cook a dish using the vegetables and herbs from the gardens or any other relaxing activity inspired by regenerated landscape of Merigar East.
Donate for the long-term Lungta Project of Merigar East and get your own lungta set(s) for the prosperity of yours or anyone else you wish! Your lungtas will be hung directly in the Gar which is the perfect place where all the elements manifest in a strong way - specially the element of air, very suitable for lungta hanging!
Lungta means "Wind Horse", and refers to the protective force of the individual. In ancient times in Tibet it was symbolised by a horse surmounted by a wish-fulfilling jewel.