Pema Ewan Chokgyur Gyurme Ling, also known as Chokling Monastery, offers us an intimate glimpse into Tibetan monastic life as it exists today in India. To visit Chokling Gompa is at once to peer into a distant past and to witness an ancient contemplative tradition surviving with undiminished power in the modern age. Chokling Monastery sustains many traditional ritual forms and practices, from mani-carving to elaborate Vajrayana torma making. The gompa also receives a steady stream of refugee children from Tibet and Nepal, giving their lives a second chance. Your offering to the monastery helps ensure the continued support of this traditional Tibetan Buddhist way of life. For more information please see the MSB website for stories and videos.