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Khyentse Foundation Individual Practice Grants

$5,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Khyentse Foundation Individual Practice Grants are awarded for one-year terms. They are intended to support those who wish to practice in a Buddhist tradition. KF Practice Grant recipients may apply each year for a continuing grant to fund longer-term retreats. Deadlines will vary. For more information and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • scholarships@khyentsefoundation.org
  • 415-788-8048

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Nicholas Liu  on 4/20/2018 2:06:23 AM

I am just a college trying to get to Tibet to deeply become enlightened

Ven Gyana pal S  on 3/25/2016 1:13:41 PM

Dear sir/madam, i am a indigenous Buddhist monk of Bangladesh at currently live in Srilanka as i had done my secondary education here and successfully but now i am studying in university of kelaniya department of pali and Buddhist studies in a third years of my graduate degree however i have pay $900 a year (semister) for my study because of i m foreign student. although i have no any financial helper for my studies . according to this situation it is very big amount to me. so if i can have some financial support to me that i can complete my graduate degree successfully and i ll able to support my Buddhist religion in my country where as very rarer of buddhism. i hope that your kind toward to me, Thank you Namo Buddhaya kind regard Ven Gyana pal

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