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May 17, 2021

Peace stupa finally complete

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Gyuto leader, Gen Lama Thupten Phunsok, and master stupa builder Tashi Gyutso, contemplate the completed Byron stupa, which is to be consecrated next Saturday. The stupa, in the grounds of Montecollum’s Crystal Castle, has taken 20 months to build and has involved many ceremonies and blessings.

Photo: Jeff Dawson


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