On May 17, 2012, fifty people came together in the quiet oasis of a Quaker meeting room in downtown Washington DC to read newly translated sutras from 84000′s reading room and other sutras.
Ven. Khenpo Kalsang Gyaltsen and Rev. Dr. Chodrung Kunga spoke about the significance of the occasion and guided the group through preliminary prayers and practices, the reading of the sutras, and the dedication.
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Hear the buzzing orchestra of human voices reading different sutras at the same time and carrying the words of the Buddha out into the world.In a resounding, everyone reads various sutras aloud together, but not in unison. Click here to learn more about how Kangyur resounding is practiced traditionally and its significance.