Other websites related to Saraswati Bhawan’s activities:

Saraswati Publications

For information about sending divination requests via email, and his teaching schedule:

Radiant Heart Prayer Flags

The definitive source for high quality prayer flags and Buddhist  banners. Founded by Timothy Clark in 1975, Radiant Heart Studios has been working closely with Lama Dawa on collecting, cataloguing and translating over 40 tradition flags. Radiant Heart is also a good source for information on the auspicious days to hang flags and Timothy has been authorized to consecrate flags per request.  (also, click here to read more about the Prayer Flag tradition)

Tso Pema

A teaching location for Lama Dawa’s Sangha in Oxford, Iowa

Links to Other Resources for Dudjom Tersar practitioners in the U.S

His Holiness, Shenp’hen Dawa Rinpoche’s website. A wonderful resource for Dudjom practitioners.

Orgyen Cho Dzong

The main seat for HH Shenpen Dawa Rinpoche in North America,located in Greenville, NY. Founded by HH Dudjom Rinpoche in 1980, it serves as the retreat center for Yeshe Nyingpo. Shenpen Dawa Rinpoche is the youngest son of HH Dudjom Rinpoche.

Tashi Choling

A Dharma center in Oregon founded by HH Dudjom Rinpoche and Ven. Gyatrul

Orgyen Dorje Den

A Dharma center in Alameda, California, founded by Ven. Gyatrul Rinpoche, who is Dudjom Rinpoche’s representative in the US.

Vajrayana Foundation

A Dharma center in California, founded by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche which focuses on the Dudjom Tersar lineage.

Mirror of Wisdom Video

A wonderful source of VHS and DVD rare footage of His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche, as well as other great Lamas. They also produce excellent video teachings and tutorials of some of the major practices of the Dudjom Ter, such as the Troma Nagmo Chod, and the Dorsem Lama Chopa.

Padmasambhava Buddhist Center

The main center for Khenchen Palden Sherab Rinpoche and Khenpo Tsewang Dongyal, in New York. ‘The Khenpo brothers’ are very precious teachers of the Dudjom lineage and have published numerous texts, in both Tibetan and English, that are valuable resources for practitioners. The Padmasambhava center also offers prayer services at their monasteries in India and the US.

Mirror of Wisdom

An excellent source for English translations of important practice texts, as well as Tibetan pecha collections.

Bhakku Tulku Rinpoche’s website

Dharma Samudra Sadhanas

Founded by Khenchen Palden Sherab and offering a wide selection of practice texts in the Nyingma tradition.

Heart Teachings by Lama Tharchin Rinpoche

A wonderful source of live audio and video teachings by one of the foremost teachers of the Dudjom lineage in the US.

Padma Publishing

A publishing house founded by HE Chagdud Tulku which offers many translations of Dudjom Tersar texts and writings of Dudjom Lingpa.


An organization directed by Lama Dechen Yeshe Wangmo, dedicated to the path of the Khandro T’hug-t’hig – the Profound Path of the Dakini Heart Essence – the principle dakini practices in the Dudjom Tersar. Lama Yeshe Wangmo also provides many translations of the sadhanas that are in this major cycle of teachings.

Light of Berotsana

A translation group comprised of Sangye Khandro, Jules Levinson, and Lama Chonam, they have translated and published some important texts from Dudjom Lingpa’s Troma cycle.

Alize Diffusion

A website dedicaed to d’Arnaud Desjardins incredible footage of the Tibetan Lamas in exile in the early 1960s. Here you will find some extraordinary footage of Dudjom Rinpoche.

Other Useful Links

Mahashri Sutra

A resource for the Mahashri Sutra (palchenmo) used to increase wealth for the benefit of others.

Tshog Dag Foundation

A good source for commissioning prayers done by a Nyingmapa Monstery in Sikkim:

Monlam at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling

Monastery in Nepal for commissioning the recitation of prayers, butterlamp offerings, and other services.

The Shechen Institute of Traditional Tibetan Art, ‘Tsering Art School

An excellent source for commissioning memorial t’hankas (kye-dag).

Links to Resources for Dudjom Tersar practitioners outside the U.S

Namkha Khyung Dzong

Nyingmapa yogis from Mt. Kailash

Yeshe Nyingpo Mexico, Ensenada, Baha California (In Spanish)