Deer Park Institute is a centre for study of classical Indian wisdom traditions. Established in March 2006 on the campus of a former Buddhist monastic institute, it is a project under Siddhartha's Intent Society.
The core vision of the Institute is to re-create the spirit of Nalanda, a great university of ancient India in which all traditions of Buddhism were studied and practiced, alongside other schools of classical Indian philosophy, arts and sciences.
With the aspiration of applying compassion and wisdom traditions in the activities of the Institute, we have organised workshops and conferences on environmental issues, preserving local culture and sustainable livelihood in the Institute and local schools. In order to disseminate awareness on these issues, informative documentaries and printed materials have also been produced. Since 2009, Deer Park Institute has also been invited by Himachal Government a few times as resource people on the concept of Zero Waste and has received an Appreciation Award.
(6th-8th February) (Venue: Pune University)
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche
March 1 - March 7, 2015
3rd-5th April, 2015
Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo
Date: April 14-23, 2015
Geshe Dorji Damdul
27th April-1st May, 2015
28th-29th April, 2015
3rd-8th May, 2015
Indian Buddhist Pilgrimage
9th May-13th May
led by Khenpo Sonam Tsewang
16th -21st, May 2015
A Retreat-Seminar in the tradition of Nondual Kashmir Śaivism
a continuing collaboration between Deer Park Institute and Tuning Fork Films
March 15-17, 2015
The D.S.Kothari Centre for Science, Ethics and Education, University of Delhi and Tibet House in collaboration with Deer Park Institute