INMI was founded in 2000 by Dr Nida and two of his brothers to preserve and develop the Rebkong Ngakpa culture. It is a non-profit organization with several associated branches throughtout the world.
Our global program
" Rigzin Rabpel Ling"
5 400 people, leaving in 10 villages around Rigzin Rabpel Ling, will benefit from this program covering cultural, educational and healthcare aspects. Many of them are farmers who have integrated Tantric Buddhism practices in their everyday life; they are called Ngakpas and Ngakmos.