Paleaku Peace Gardena in Kona, Hawaii. The following information was offered by Barbara De Franco:
"This is a Kalachakra Stupa on our property dedicated to the Venerable Kalu Rimpoche. It was built in 1991. The treasure vase was placed by H.E. Jamgon Kongtrul and built under the direction of H.E. Tai Situpa. Venerable Bokar Rimpoche dedicated and opened the Stupa. We welcome this connection. We are currently putting together a website and we would appreciate being placed on your list of Stupas. Our center is available for spiritual retreats, workshops and conferences. Paleaku is a 9-acre botanical healing sanctuary and community resource center. It is located near Pu'uhonua O' Honaunau, "Place of Refuge" on the Big Island of Hawaii. Home to ancient sites sacred to the Hawaiians, the name Paleaku, meaning "soft covering" was given by the Kapuna and Kahuna of Hawaii. Our gardens are designed to foster a personal relationship to the earth. We offer private sitting spaces and pathways that weave through beautiful vistas. We welcome all journeyers to enjoy our place of beauty and peace during their travels to Hawaii."
Barbara De Franco
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