SPONSOR A MONK: GOSOK RINZIN PHODRANG

Gosog Monastery, NepalGosok Phuntsok Choling Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal was established by Kyabje Gosok Rinpoche for young monks.  It was inaugurated in July 2002 and Rinpoche has organized a course of comprehensive study of Buddhism combined with the traditional religious themes of basic reading, writing and arithmetic. In the near future foreign languages and computer science will also be taught.  Currently there are approximately one hundred monks practicing there. The monastery is situated behind the holy Swoyambhu Stupa.

Gelek Kalsang, 17, Code # 101

Gelek Kalsang was born in the remote village of Montang in Arunachal Pradesh, India.  He has five brothers and one sister.  His father works as a carpenter and his mother farmer. His parent sent him to the monastery to become a monk.

Gelek Karma, 17, Code # 106

Geek Karma’s parents live in a remote area of North East of India. They are farmers and their income is not sufficient to pay school fee for their children. Gelek has three elder brothers and four sisters.  He asked his parents to send him to the monastery.

Gelek Penpa, 19, Code # 115

Gelek Penpa was born in Montang, Arunachal Pradesh, India. He has four brothers and three sisters. His father passed away and his mother works in small farms to feed her children but unable to provide education for her children. Gelek‘s brother is also a monk.

Gelek Sangye, 20, Code # 122

Gelek Sangye was born in Kapre village in Nepal. His father worked as a trekking guide guide over the Himalayan Mountain but now unable to work due to old age. His mother earns very little income helping the marriage party. As a child, Gelek was interested in studying Buddhism and wanted to become a monk. He is the chant master in the monastery.

Gelek Tsultrim, 18, Code # 1997

Gelek Tsultrim’s parents are farmers from the remote area of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh, India. He has two brothers and two sisters. The little income that her family earns from farming is not sufficient for them to support his family. He requested his family to allow him to study and to become a monk.

Gelek Tsephel, 11, Code # 298

Gelek Tsephel was born in the village of Bhalukpung, Arunachal Pradesh, India. His parents are seasonal building construction workers and he has one elder sister and a brother and a younger brother. It was his wish to become a monk and therefore his parents send him to the monastery.

 

Gelek Konchok, 17, Code# 104

Gelek Konchok was born to a poor family in a very remote village in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh, India. His parents earn their living by working on small fields. He has one elder brother and 2 elder sisters. It was his own Gelek his own wish to become a monk.

Gelek Kunchen, 17, Code # 109

Gelek kunchen is from Montang, Arunachal Pradesh, India. He has an elder brother and a sister and his mother had passed away. His father not being able to afford school fees due to his meagre income as yak herder, sent Gelek to the monastery to become a monk.

Gelek Nyima, 21, Code # 117

Geek Nyima’s parents are farmers from the remote area of Bomdila, North East India. He has one brother and three sisters. His parent’s income from farming is not sufficient to provide education for their children. He was therefore sent to monastery to study.

Gelek Jinpa, 17, Code # 123

Gelek mother passed away when he was small, he has one brother and three sisters. He asked his parent to sent him to the monastery to study and to become a monk. 

Gelek Lobsang, 11, Code # 301

Gelek Lobsang was born in Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh, India. His father does seasonal building construction worker and his mother works in the field. He has two brothes and one sister. His parents sent him to become a monk.

Gelek Gyatso, 10, Code # 294

Geek Gyatso was born in remote area of Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh, India.  His family does farming for their living that is not sufficient to provide care and education for Gelek, he was sent to the monastery to study and become a monk.

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