July, 2010. His Holiness Dalai Lama will visit Nubra Valley to sermon at Samstanling Monastery in Sumur, followed by a bestowal of the oral transmission of "The Diamond Sutra" (dorje chotpa) at Yarma Gonbo Monastery. Dalai Lama is later expected to lead the blessing ceremony Rabney of the new Maitreya Statue at Disket Monastery in Nubra Valley before a visit to Disket Phodran, where he will deliver a sermon on Geshe Langri Thangpa's the Eight Verses of Training the Mind (lojong tsik gyema) and Tsongkhapa's The Three Principal Paths (lamtso namsum).
August, 2010. His Holiness will visit Jaspa, Himachal Pradesh, to give teachings on Atisha's Lamp for the Path to Enlightenment (jangchup lamdron). On the following day he will present the Heruka (dechok) followed by talk a on the Avalokiteshvera (chenresig). A half day visit to Manali will include a sermon on Gyalsey Thokme Sangpo's 37 Practices of a Boddhisattva (laklen sodunma). A the end of the month, at the request of a group of Koreans, he will visit Dharamshala, of the same region, to give a two-day teaching on The Diamond Sutra (dorjee chotpa).
September, 2010. His Holiness will address the 33rd World congress of the International Association for Religious Freedom at the Catholic Renewal Centre, Ernakulam, in Kochi, Kerala. This will be followed by the deliverance of a three day teaching on the Heart Sutra (Sherab Nyingpo) and Gyalsey Thokme Sangpo's 37 Practics of Bodhisattva (gyalsey Laken Sodunma) in Dharamshala following a request of a group of Southeast Asians. In mid September he will be in Kargil, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, to sermon at an event organized by the Kargil Community. On September 18th the Dalai Lama will be in Budapest, Hungary for two days to deliver a sermon on An Introduction to Tibetan Buddhism a public sermon on Compassion, The Art of Happiness and Avalokiteshvera.