Traditional Tibetan Mantras and Chants

His Eminence Ayang Rinpoche Sings Traditional Tibetan Buddhist Mantras and Chants

Long renowned in the Buddhist world for the unique beauty and spiritual power of his voice, His Eminence Choeje Ayang Rinpoche sings traditional Tibetan Buddhist mantras and chants.

A new, professionally recorded album is now available for sale at Rinpoche’s centre in Waitara, for $22 inc GST. This includes extensive notes on the meaning of each chant and mantra, and special photographs of Rinpoche and his many projects. For mail order purchase please email

However, to enable you to enjoy Rinpoche’s voice immediately, we have made available this non professionally recorded, but still good quality, album for download now for only $5.95.

Tracks :

1 Invoking the Blessing of the Lama
2 Milarepa mantra
3 Vajra Guru mantra – melody 1
4 Vajra Guru mantra – melody 2
5 Mantra of the Buddha of Compassion
6 Mantra of Amitabha: Buddha of Boundless Light – melody 1
7 Mantra of Amitabha – melody 2
8 Prayer to be re-born in the Pure Land of Buddha Amitabha

His Eminence Ayang Rinpoche Sings Traditional Tibetan Buddhist Mantras and Chants

His Eminence Ayang Rinpoche Sings Traditional Tibetan Buddhist Mantras and Chants

Only $5.95

When checkout is complete, theCD  files will be available for immediate download.

An email will also be sent to you with a link to the CD files allowing a 24 hour period to download the CD.

Please note that the total album size is greater than 100MB and the time taken for download will be dependent on the speed of your internet connection.

All proceeds from the sale of this CD supports our Dharma projects, both locally and internationally.

To purchase press the “Purchase” Button followed by the “Checkout” button.  Payment can be made by either PayPal or Credit Card.

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