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The Gyuto Foundation is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Tibet's living cultural and spiritual heritage. The Gyuto Foundation's main goal is to preserve the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism with a Learning Center, as well as offer social charitable, non-profit programs for the education and healthcare of Himalayan children and Tibetan senior citizens living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The Gyuto monks need your support to continue to maintain the programs in the Bay Area. All Gyuto programs are open to the public where community members can practice and study onsite. The Gyuto Foundation's guiding principles are to bring His Holiness's vision to a reality in the San Francisco Bay Area by providing an environment where the human values of compassion, altruism, nonviolence, and loving-kindness, the roots of all great traditions and which His Holiness tirelessly speaks on, can be discussed, and experienced.

Gyuto Vajrayana Center has MOVED to Richmond. We are now called THE GYUTO FOUNDATION- located at: 6401 Bernhard Avenue, East Richmond Heights, CA 94805. Our new phone number is: (510) 926-3969.
Center House1The Gyuto Vajrayana Center in San Jose has been closed. If you would like to contact the monks, please send email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (510) 926-3969

The Center house is for sale and if anyone is interested, please contact us at the above numbers. Thank you.



Gyuto Wheel of Dharma Monastery, Minneapolis, MN.
Center House2Created with the guidance and blessing of His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama of Tibet, the Gyuto Wheel of Dharma Monastery was established in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to share the wisdom teachings of Tibetan Buddhism while preserving Tibet's great monastic traditions and unique culture in exile. His Holiness bestowed the Monastery's mission and its name (Tibetan: Cho-Kor-Gon, or "Wheel of Dharma").
 
 
 Gyuto House, South Adelaide, Australia
"The work undertaken by the Gyuto monks through Gyuto House Australia in making these practical techniques, philosophical insights and universal value of loving kindness and compassion a potential part of everyday life is immensely appreciated by me" 
- His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Gyuto House Australia has been in existence since 1994, 
bringing the Gyuto Monks of Tibet to Australia on annual tours and retreats. 
 
 
 
Gyuto Dharma Center,  Taipei, Taiwan
上密院初建於1474年,本寺為拉薩小昭寺,是西藏著名的格魯教派寺院之一,更是殊勝的藏傳格魯密續傳承重心之一,三大寺院的大格西於其所屬寺院取得「拉然巴格西」學位之後,才能到上、下密院進修密續。
 
 
 
 
Gyuto Tantric Monastery, Dharamsala, India
gvc india-2The Gyuto Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in Tibet and specializes in the study of Tantric meditation, Tantric ritual arts and Buddhist philosophy. The main disciple of the first Dalai Lama, Jetsun Kunga Dhondup, founded Gyuto Monastery in 1474 in eastern Tibet. 
 
The Gyuto monks practice the major Tantric texts such as Guhyasamaja, Chakrasamvara and Yamantaka and have passed these lineages on to the younger generation of monks for over 500 years without disruption. As a result of the communist Chinese invasion in 1959 the Monastery was re-established in India. To accommodate the growth of the monastery to over 500 monks it has recently been relocated to Dharamsala near the residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
 
Gyuto Branch Office, New Delhi, India
Tibetan New Camp, House No-2
Aruna Nagar, Majnu Ka - Tilla
Delhi - 110054 India
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office Tel: +91 (11) 2381-8368
Gues House Tel: +91 (11) 2381-6649
 
Gyuto Prayer House, Upper Dharamasala, India
P.O. McLeod Ganj, House No 422
Dharamsala, 176219
Distt Kangra, H.P. India
Office Tel: +91 (1892) 211-876
 
 

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  6401 Bernhard Avenue, 
       Richmond Heights, CA 94805, USA
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