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750 practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism will gather in Killarney next year.

Killarney in ‘the Zen’...750 practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism will converge on Killarney for a weekend retreat-course, Over the weekend of April 21st-23rd 2017.  The three-day marquee event will take place on the grounds of Killarney Racecourse and bring together visitors from around the world for a special course on what is considered to be the crown jewel of Buddha’s teaching, The Great Seal or Mahamudra. The guests are all members of Diamond Way Buddhist meditation centres of the Karma Kagyu tradition and the course will be led by the teacher and meditation master, Lama Ole Nydhal. Organisers from left, Kay Woods, Hidden Ireland Tours, Mike Buckley, Chairman, Kerry Convention Bureau, Bríd Lucey, Killarney Race Course, Con Moriarty, Hidden Ireland Tours & local organising Diamond Way Buddhist meditation group, Mary Hartnett, Kerry Convention Bureau, Barry Lynch, local organising Diamond Way Buddhist meditation group, Kate O'Leary, President, Killarney Chamber of Tourism and Commerce, John Buckley, Chairman, Board of Directors, Killarney Race Course.Photo:Valerie O'Sullivan/FREE PIC***  
The group will come to Kerry in April for a weekend retreat course over three days.
The event will take place in Killarney Racecourse.