December 24, 2022 – January 21, 2023
The 11th lunar, Vajrayogini’s special month, in 2022-23 on the solar western calendar is from December 24th to January 21, 2023 and her special annual day is on the 25th day of the 11th lunar month): January 17, 2023.
Lama Zopa writes, in the Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive:
“The Tibetan 11th month (Gyal Dawa) is a special time for mother tantra, a special time for Vajrayogini, and a special month to offer Vajrayogini tsog. The Tibetan 12th month is a special time for father tantra, a special time for Chakrasamvara, and a special month to offer Chakrasamvara tsog. Especially in these two months it is very important to offer tsog.”
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