PLEASE READ VERY IMPORTANT - for those people who did not get tickets for Kamalashila institute but had already booked flights and accomodation

Dear Friends

Venerable Ringu Tulku Rinpoche and the Kamalashila organizers have discussed the issue regarding people who have booked flights and accommodation and who were not able to get a ticket for the events at Nürburgring.

The organisers would like to find a solution which might somehow give a chance to those people to be near His Holiness the 17th Karmapa. To figure out the appropriate solution they need to know how many people there are.

Venerable Rinpoche has asked the Karmapa Foundation Europe Representatives in the different EU countries to collect a list of names of those people who have booked flights and accommodation and have not been able to book tickets for the events. This is so that the organisers in Germany can explore options such as hiring a screen in a hall nearby, etc.

Kagyu Samye Dzong London is the representative for the UK, so we are here asking you to pass this request to your friends and community members via facebook, email and internet:
If you are one of the people who didn’t get a ticket please be so kind to send us an email with your name to by Monday the 5th of May.

With warm regards,



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