Naljorma Upasika Lekshey met Lama Sangyay Tendzin aka Lama Norbu Repa in Hong Kong in 1992. Over the following years, she practised Dharma under his guidance while sponsoring major projects conducted by Lama in Tibet. In 1996, as he moved to France, she offered the property on which the TNG-Centre was later to be established. Seven years later by the end of 2003, Naljorma Lekshey came to reside at TNG-Centre as the main resident. In the meantime, she accomplished several retreats under Lama's guidance and aquired the skills needed to manage the Centre. She assumed the foremost tasks related to the establishment of Theg-Chog Norbu Ling and Konchog Tsegpa Parkhang, a Dharma Publication House established by Lama Sangyay Tendzin under the Auspices of His Holiness the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, Orgyen Trinley Dorje. Naljorma Upasika Lekshey acts currently as the Director of Religious Affairs.
Lama Sangyay TendzinTNG-Centre Founder & Resident Lama
Lama Sangyay Tendzin spent four decades receiving, practising and transmitting the precious teachings of the Karma Kamtshang Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. After completing a decade of practice in retreat, Lama conducted several projects of assistance to the Poor and Needy in Kham-Nangchen, QingHai province, Eastern Tibet. He is the founder and resident Lama at Theg-Chog Norbu Ling, a Karma Kamtshang Dharma Centre in Southern France. His personal approach to the transmission of the Buddha Dharma is most traditional, yet fully integrating the western mind of which, he shows to have an insightful understanding.
Naljorma Upasika LeksheyFounding Director of TNG-Centre, Director of Religious Affairs at THEG-CHOG NORBU LING & Chief Editor at KONCHOG TSEGPA PARKHANG