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Arya Maitreya Mandala
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The order’s activities concentrated on India until 1952 Phue-Tuê, a Buddhist monk from Hanoi, and German author Hans-Ulrich Rieker (1920-1979), set up branches of the order in Eastern Asia and in Europe.
In 1999 Armin Gottmann became the Acarya.
The order’s foundation was inspired by a Lama of the Gelugpa Tradition, Lama Ngawang Kalsang (aka Tomo Geshe Rinpoche), who has been Lama Govinda teacher. Lama Ngawang Kalsang saw the future Buddha Maitreya as a model for modern spiritual.