You will be surprised that day in the lives of the nuns are just as long if not longer than that of an investment banker. They spend an average of 14 hours a day praying, studying, carrying out their appointed duties and fulfilling requested dedication and prayers.
Morning Call & Breakfast Offering of Milk Tea and White naan bread.
Commencement of daily Tara Pujas.
Short break to organize rooms and use the toilets.
Morning Classes – English & Tibetan language
Afternoon Classes and/or Debates
Daily Duties such as cleaning common areas, doing charity work, making incense to raise funds and more.
Memorise text e.g. volumes of sutras
On occasions when the nunnery receive a request to do an extensive Puja, these Pujas lasts for more than 10 hours . The nuns will start during the Night Prayer hours so that it does not disrupt their daily programme and will do prayers with joyous effort throughout the night.. This happens several times a month!