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Geshe Ngawang Wangyal: America’s First Pioneering Buddhist Lama

Oct 15, 2018
Geshe Ngawang Wangyal: America’s First Pioneering Buddhist Lama

Geshe Ngawang Wangyal was the first lama to play a pivotal role in introducing Tibetan Buddhism to the West. He was also the one who brought H.H. the Dalai Lama to the United States...

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Panchen Sonam Drakpa

Apr 23, 2018
Panchen Sonam Drakpa

The 15th Ganden Tripa, Paṇchen Sonam Drakpa was born into the family of Nangpa Ralampa that was based near the Tsetang Monastery in Lhoka in 1478...

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Jamyang Choje Tashi Pelden

Apr 21, 2018
Jamyang Choje Tashi Pelden

འཇམ་དབྱངས་ཆོས་རྗེ་བཀྲ་ཤིས་དཔལ་ལྡན། b.1379 – d.1449 Tradition: Geluk དགེ་ལུགས། Geography: Lhasa ལྷ་ས། Historical Period: 14th Century ༡༤ དུས་རབས། / 15th Century ༡༥ དུས་རབས། Institution: Ganden དགའ་ལྡན་།; Drepung Monastery འབྲས་སྤུངས་།; Sangpu Neutok གསང་ཕུ་ནེའུ་ཐོག། Offices Held: First Throne Holder of Drepung Monastery Name Variants: Tashi Pelden བཀྲ་ཤིས་དཔལ་ལྡན། Jamyang Choje Tashi Pelden (‘jam dbyangs chos rje bkra shis ldan) was born in 1379, the earth-sheep year in the sixth sexagenary cycle, at Samye (bsam yas). His father is k...

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Zaya Pandita Luvsanperenlei (1642 – 1708)

May 31, 2017
Zaya Pandita Luvsanperenlei (1642 – 1708)

In 1642, a reincarnation of one of Buddha Shakyamuni’s disciples was born the son of a very poor herdsman in Mongolia. Gifted and recognized as a “khuvilgaan” or tulku at the young age of three, Luvsanperenlei would breeze through his local monastic education and later moved to Lhasa, Tibet to attend Drepung Monastery where...

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Attitude When Receiving Offerings

Dec 8, 2016
Attitude When Receiving Offerings

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Jean Ai) As Buddhists, we are taught that making offerings generates tremendous merits to be dedicated towards our spiritual progress. Not only are we encouraged to make offerings to the Three Jewels – the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha – but even more so, we are encouraged to make offerings...

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