“Buddha's teaching is like a lion's roar, simhanada. The only danger to a lion is decay from within. And to prevent this it is essential for the authentic teachings of the Buddha to be studied and practiced with a vast attitude.”

Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche

Siddhartha's Intent India activities are based in the Deer Park Institute, Himachal Pradesh. 

The vision of Deer Park Institute is space where nonmonastics--both Indians and students from all over the world--can come to study and explore classical Buddhist traditions. The Institute in named after  the place in Sarnath where the Buddha first taught.  

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Photo of the Deer Park with rainbow

Bodhi Bhajan project

The project revives the Nalanda Tradition in India, by promoting sanskrit liturgy, sutras and shastras set to Indian classical music, under the direction of Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche.