October Practice Dates: Tsog, Medicine Buddha and Tara Pujas, Padmasambhava Day Moon Dates

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    October practice dates are according to the lunar calendar. Don’t miss Buddha Weekly’s guide to Dharma practice dates, converted from lunar to western calendar. The entire year is always posted on our “Dhama Dates” link>>

    Buddha Weekly Dharma Monthly practice dates October 2023 Buddhism
    Buddhist Practice dates for month of October 2023.

    For convenience, here are the dates for October!

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