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Dudjom Shingkham Kuenkhyap Incense

Dudjom Shingkham Kuenkhyap Incense

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Dudjom Natural Organic Tibetan Incense from Dakpa Tamdin

As a monk, Dakpa Tamdin learned the art of incense making from lamas in his monastery in Tibet. In the 1980’s, he fled to India and started producing incense in Kalimpong, under the instruction and guidance of His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche Jigdral Yeshe Dorje (1904-1987), the supreme head of the Nyingma sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Dakpa Tamdin, being one of Rinpoche’s favorite disciples, was given the Thamdze Nyewa Kuensel - a pill to mix with the initial ingredients. With Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche’s usage of Dakpa Tamdin incense for his personal daily practice, demand increased in major Buddhist centers in Asia, Europe and America and Dakpa Tamdin incense flourished.

Dakpa Tamdin continued to produce incense well into his late seventies. He has now passed down his secrets and technical expertise to his daughter and granddaughters in Nepal but still keeps a watchful eye on his method of production and ensures that the finest quality is maintained. Dudjom Rinpoche's 'Jinlab Phabta', the initial mother substance given to Dakpa Tamdin to be mixed with the initial ingredients, has been passed down and is included in every batch of incense made to this day, imbuing these incenses with Dudjom Rinpoche’s blessings.

The incense is handmade and contains highly fragrant, natural organic medicinal herbs and spices from different regions of Nepal and India. It is 100% vegan, and lasts longer than most other incense available in the market due to its superior ingredients and lack of paper, sawdust or any other cheap fillers that are quick to burn.

Burning this incense provides an aromatic environment to purify thoughts and conflicting emotions, calm the body and mind, and provide peaceful conditions at your home or business.  As a meditation aid, this incense brings vitality and inner peace, sharpens the senses, helps focus and concentration, and is a comforting companion in your solitude. It is the supreme offering during pujas and as a gift to revered lamas or special companions.

Shingkham Kuenkhyap

Shingkham Kuenkhyap incense from Dakpa Tamdin was originally produced exclusively for the Potala Palace in Lhasa. The Tibetan word "shingkham" means Buddha pure land, "kuen" means everywhere, and "khyap" means to spread or pervade.

Shingkham Kuenkhyap incense contains highly flavored medicinal herbs and precious substances from different regions of Tibet and Nepal, and includes licorice, gyapoe, black cardamom, juniper, sunpati flower, saldhoop resin, eutha flower, aru, cinnamon, musk root, clove, cardamom, nutmeg, safflower and more.

It contains all the requisite herbs and substances to make offerings to Five Dhyani Buddhas (Gyalwa Rignga). The five Dhyani buddhas represent the basic mandala in ourselves, our environment and in the cosmos. All deities belong to one of these buddha families. Through their tantric practice, negative energies and attitudes are transformed into enlightened wisdoms. The white father Vairocana transforms anger. The blue father Aksobhya transforms ignorance and stupidity. The yellow father Ratnasambhava transforms pride. The red father Amithaba transforms desire. The green father Amoghasiddhi transforms jealousy.

Dudjom Shingkham Kuenkhyap incense is mainly used for religious purposes, meditation and for relaxation.

Size: 9.5 inch
Quantity: approximately 25 pcs


“This incense was made by a man named Dakpo Tamdin. He was a follower of the Sakya lineage mainly. When he came to India from Tibet he met HH Dudjom Rinpoche and he asked Dudjom Rinpoche what he should do to make a living in India. Dudjom Rinpoche told him to make incense. Dudjom Rinpoche gave him the mother yeast substance to start making incense with and also taught him how to make incense. In Nepal there is not much of this available in stores. Because there is this history to it, it is very special. I think it has great blessings.” [Tulku Thadral Rinpoche, April 7, 2024]

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