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AstroTibet '16

AstroTibet '16 is an astrological calendar for 2016 showing 38 kinds of auspicious and inauspicious days for activities such as medical procedures, travel, investments, business, parties, weddings, starting important activities, and spiritual and religious practices

AstroTibet '16 is an astrological calendar for 2016 showing 38 kinds of auspicious and inauspicious days for activities such as medical procedures, travel, investments, business, parties, weddings, starting important activities, and spiritual and religious practices

AstroTibet '16

by Liberation Prison Project
AstroTibet '16
AstroTibet '16
AstroTibet '16

What is it about?

AstroTibet '16 is an astrological calendar for 2016 showing 38 kinds of auspicious and inauspicious days for activities such as medical procedures, travel, investments, business, parties, weddings, starting important activities, and spiritual and religious practices. Artwork, mantras with audio, and quotes are included. Prepared by Nawang Thartho with additional advice from Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Spiritual Director of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), and Geshe Nawang Dakpa, astrologer lama of FPMT's Tse Chen Ling center in San Francisco.

AstroTibet '16

App Details

Version
5.16.1
Rating
NA
Size
28Mb
Genre
Reference Productivity
Last updated
January 19, 2017
Release date
February 26, 2016
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App Store Description

AstroTibet '16 is an astrological calendar for 2016 showing 38 kinds of auspicious and inauspicious days for activities such as medical procedures, travel, investments, business, parties, weddings, starting important activities, and spiritual and religious practices. Artwork, mantras with audio, and quotes are included. Prepared by Nawang Thartho with additional advice from Lama Zopa Rinpoche, Spiritual Director of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), and Geshe Nawang Dakpa, astrologer lama of FPMT's Tse Chen Ling center in San Francisco.


Liberation Prison Project, a social services program of the FPMT, supports men and women in prison who seek our help to learn about meditation and Buddhism, to transform their lives.