A booth with Tibetan goods during the annual Spirit Miami event hosted by the Kagyu Shedrup Choling Tibetan Buddhism Center.
A booth with Tibetan goods during the annual Spirit Miami event hosted by the Kagyu Shedrup Choling Tibetan Buddhism Center. Kagyu Shedrup Choling
A booth with Tibetan goods during the annual Spirit Miami event hosted by the Kagyu Shedrup Choling Tibetan Buddhism Center. Kagyu Shedrup Choling

Spirit Miami, annual Buddhist center outreach event, to be held Saturday

February 09, 2016 05:59 PM

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