Tibetan Gyuto Monks pictured at the Crystal Castle in 2011 for a consecration ceremony of one of the stages of the world Peace Stupa. They return next week to celebrate the Stupa's second birthday.
Tibetan Gyuto Monks pictured at the Crystal Castle in 2011 for a consecration ceremony of one of the stages of the world Peace Stupa. They return next week to celebrate the Stupa's second birthday. Cathy Adams

Tibetan monks to celebrate peace Stupa at Crystal Castle

THE Crystal Castle will host Tibetan Gyuto monks from October 8 to October 12 to celebrate the second birthday of the Kalachakra World Peace Stupa.

The Stupa is a sacred monument built by Tibetan Buddhists to represent the process of enlightenment.

The Gyuto monks will be offering a daily program of morning and afternoon chants, meditations and cultural activities.

Entry will be free during the celebrations.