On the summit of Khandroling, land of the Dakinis, an open air dance pavilion shelters a Universal Mandala, its roof crowned with a golden Longsal symbol. The Vajra Hall preserves and commemorates the site where our master Choegyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche received the Terma of Goma Devi, and where he first taught the beginning positions and movements for the Dance of the Song of the Vajra to his students. As the seat of Goma Devi, this place is especially meaningful for all dancers of the Song of the Vajra and practitioners of Jhanadakini, Goma Devi and Mandarava.
Short History of the Vajra Hall
Inspiration for the Vajra Hall came directly from Rinpoche. Read More
The Land of Khandroling
With Rinpoche’s strong encouragement, in 1989 Tsegyalgar East purchased 220 acres in the town of Buckland, Massachusetts. Read More
Now we have a Vajra Hall. Much remains to be done. Read More