Buddha Weekly Calendar

2019

With Buddhist events and Lunar Tsog dates.

This year's theme is "Buddhism Around the World" in which we profile many international temples and Holy sites.

Sample pages in the gallery below.

No cost to download this printable PDF calendar. Enjoy!

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Tsog dates

It can be confusing working out the Tsog lunar dates. For convenience, we’ve mapped them out for 2019. What is Tsog offering?

The very highest meaning of tsog is to join method and wisdom. The real meaning of experiencing tsog is the transcendental wisdom, non dual great bliss – the wisdom of emptiness, the non-duality of that, and uniting these two. That is the very essence of tsog.

NOTE: A reader pointed out a discrepancy between Lunar 10th by official calendar and the dates posted on temple sites. Please be guided by your own tradition on this as there may be an astrological reason for the variance. Our calendar is mapped to the official lunar calendars. Please especially check January 15 vs 16 and March 30 vs 31 as these seem to disagree in some calendars, including the 2019 Drukpa Calendar.

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The Year of the Earth Pig

The Pig () is the twelfth of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the  zodiac related to the Chinese calendar. In the Japanese zodiac and the Tibetan zodiac, the Pig is replaced by the boar.

It can be fun to check out your horososcope based on lunar years. We won't include any predictions here.

Lunar New Year — Losar in Tibetan Buddhism — falls on February 5th 2019. This is a day to celebrate with family and friends and enjoy festivals, fireworks and other events.

Traditionally, the first meal of the new year is vegetarian.

 

Celebrate Buddhism

Each month there are important dates for Buddhists. Depending on your tradition, they may be on different days of the year. We've tried to highlight most of the important ones from multiple schools.

Important Puja days for Vajrayana Buddhism are also indicated, notably for Green Tara, Medicine Buddha, Guru Rinpoche, and other Puja days.

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Daka Tsog and Dakini Tsog Dates in 2019 *

NOTE: A very kind reader pointed out a discrepancy between Lunar 10th by official calendar and the dates posted on temple sites. Please be guided by your own tradition on this as there may be an astrological reason for the variance. Our calendar is mapped to the official lunar calendars. Please especially check January 15 versus 16 with your teacher, as calendars seem to disagree. Also March 30 and 31 of this year.

MonthDaka TsogDakini Tsog
JANUARY 2019January 15, 2019January 30, 2019
FEBRUARY 2019February 14, 2019(March 1, 2019)
MARCH 2019March 16, 2019March 1, 2019 & March 31, 2019
APRIL 2019April 14, 2019April 29, 2019
MAY 2019May 14, 2019May 29, 2019
JUNE 2019June 12, 2019June 27, 2019
JULY 2019July 12, 2019July 27, 2019
AUGUST 2019August 10, 2019August 25, 2019
SEPTEMBER 2019September 8, 2019September 23, 2019
OCTOBER 2019October 8, 2019October 23, 2019
NOVEMBER 2019November 6, 2019November 21, 2019
DECEMBER 2019December 5, 2019December 20, 2019
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REMINDER: DAKA TSOG > AUGUST 10, 2019 (SATURDAY)

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