This special living space was built by Yomed Tulku or Spiti Tulku Rimpoche, a Nyingma lama based in the Spiti valley.
He built the home on land sanctified by his guru and on the basis of the ancient rites of Tibetan Buddhism. Thus creating a space energised and blessed by the positive and conducive to meditation and learning. This was a centre of higher learning for chosen monks.
He lived here and the centre ran for about 4 years before he moved back to Spiti to continue the developmental work that has been part of the resurgence of the monasteries and nunneries of the area, along with a conscious push toward sustainable development. Allowing for the growth of the local people with the preservation of a valley of exceptional beauty and a fragile eco system.
Thus we aim to create here a space of conscious living. Maintaining the energy and preserving it for those who will understand, enjoy and benefit from being here.