Monday, April 29, 2024

Venerable Lama Ngawang Samten to be Knighted by the Royal Maharlika at the WCH Royal Summit Las Vegas

The Royal Maharlika proclaims the impending knighting of Venerable Lama Ngawang Samten, esteemed Dharma Translator & Teacher of the Manjushri Buddhist Center in Canada, at the grand WCH Royal Summit in the luminous realm of Las Vegas on the 14th of April in this cycle.

Queen Maria Amor Leonor Torres Mastura, the founder of WCH and Chairperson of the summit, extended her congratulations, stating, "We are privileged to present this award to Venerable Lama Samten. His dedication to humanity has undoubtedly enriched the world. We eagerly anticipate collaborating with him for the advancement of global welfare."

Lama Ngawang Samten, a fully ordained monk in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, dedicates his life to guiding sentient beings towards liberation and enlightenment. With four decades of devout practice, he embodies the teachings of compassion and wisdom. Residing at the Manjushri Buddhist Center, Lama Ngawang Samten's spiritual journey transcends borders, as he embraces both his Canadian and Vietnamese heritage. 

His mission extends beyond personal enlightenment, as he actively engages in humanitarian endeavors to alleviate suffering and foster spiritual growth. 

Recognized for his commitment, Lama Ngawang Samten has received prestigious accolades such as the Royal Maharlika awards and has been invited to significant events like the Royal Maharlika Meeting in 2023. These recognitions underscore his profound impact on both spiritual and worldly realms. 

Grateful for the opportunities to serve, Lama Ngawang Samten's life motto, "Help sentient beings," encapsulates his dedication to guiding others along the path to enlightenment. With humility and reverence, he continues to illuminate the way for all who seek spiritual guidance and inner peace.

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