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Gloucestershire residents will have the chance to peek into a world like no other on Wednesday 4 July 2012, when the Tashi Lhunpo monks will be sharing the mysteries of the Buddhist monastery live on Tewkesbury’s Roses Theatre stage.
Founded by the first Dalai Lama in the 15th century, Tashi Lhunpo is thought to be one of the most important monasteries in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, and the 2012 tour celebrates the 40th anniversary of its re-establishment in exile in South India.
Visitors to the Roses can expect to marvel at eight Tibetan monks offering a dramatic presentation of sacred dance, music and prayer, with traditional costumes and ceremonial masks.
The Independent has dubbed it: ‘a window of time onto a magical universe of reincarnation and release’, and we’re sure that this performance will be a hit with locals looking for an evening filled with culture, colour and celebration.
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