Ani Choying made ambassador for N-Peace in Nepal

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Ani Choying made ambassador for N-Peace in Nepal

Postby swamiji » Fri Aug 31, 2012 5:06 pm

Ani Choying, a world famous Buddhist nun and musician recently agreed to serve as an ambassador for N-Peace in Nepal. Her new promotional song, composed by Nihyoo Bajracharya and written by Durgalal Shrestha, celebrates femininity and the power of women as peace builders.

N-Peace : http://www.n-peace.net/about

This song recognizes the strength of women as leaders, and calls for society to recognize women as equals. It appeals to women by saying; the time has come for women all over the world to believe in themselves and their potential. The song ends with an appeal to listeners to cast their vote for the N-PEACE award nominees.

Ani Choying is an internationally recognized singer who encourages women, including nuns, to become leaders in peace building. She was born in 1971 in Nepal and became a Buddhist nun at the age of 13. She travels extensively for her concert tours singing peace songs. With the funds generated from her concert tours and sale of CDs, she helps run the Arya Tara School for nuns, which she founded in 2000.

You can listen to the song here: http://cgp.org.np/userfiles/audio/songs ... _Dolma.mp3
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Re: Ani Choying made ambassador for N-Peace in Nepal

Postby muni » Tue Sep 04, 2012 10:19 am

Ani La, having been tortured herself, still her compassion was her answer, this expanding for all. She is singing German here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfCt3x7iXE4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=en ... n5JtXadkYg

:bow:
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Re: Ani Choying made ambassador for N-Peace in Nepal

Postby muni » Tue Sep 04, 2012 10:47 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=en ... O2yxY&NR=1

Chod in order to can truly peaceful help without limitations by preferences. :anjali:
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