|Ngak’chang Rinpoche, Khandro Déchen, & ordained in 2000.|
Robes are worn on formal occasions, as an inspiration for practice and a symbol of the vows ordained practitioners take.
The tradition is sometimes called the ‘white sangha’ after their white skirts as distinct from the red of monastics.
The Drala Jong project seeks to create a home for the Aro gTér Lineage. Please see the Appeal page for more information about the Drala Jong project and how to help.