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The Sixty-First Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Tsultrim

Apr 3, 2018
The Sixty-First Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Tsultrim

The 61st Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Tsultrim was born at Darwo near Chone Monastery in Amdo in 1721. He received the vows of primary ordination at the age of 7 at Tsador Monastery...

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北京雍和宫

Mar 15, 2018
北京雍和宫

1735年,清朝一代大帝雍正驾崩。这位自号“圆明居士”的皇帝不依传统,执拗得回到了自己登基称帝之前的居所——后世称为雍和宫的府邸之中。这个已经成为藏传佛教格鲁派寺院的地方

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Benefits and Miraculous Signs of Lama Tsongkhapa’s statues

Jan 27, 2016
Benefits and Miraculous Signs of Lama Tsongkhapa’s statues

(By Tsem Rinpoche) As a student within the Gelug tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, it is important for us to learn as much as we can about the founder of our lineage, Lama Tsongkhapa. Here are some short stories and facts to share with you to build your knowledge as well as confidence in the...

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China says OK!

Jul 6, 2013
China says OK!

Dear students and friends, I came across this article a few days ago, and was pleasantly surprised to read it. China officially lifted a 17-year-old ban on allowing His Holiness the Dalai Lama photos be displayed in Gaden Monastery, in Lhasa, Tibet.

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Tsongkhapa’s Way of Compassion

Apr 14, 2013
Tsongkhapa’s Way of Compassion

A few months ago on my blog chat, I was online and chatting with two of my students. On the chat, I gave a personal instruction for them to read a book called "Compassion In Tibetan Buddhism". Within the book, there are two titles, "The Way of Compassion" by Lama Tsongkhapa and "Meditation of...

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Can anyone translate biography of Trijang Rinpoche?

Feb 8, 2013
Can anyone translate biography of Trijang Rinpoche?

This is just an extremely brief biography of this illustrious master whose single-handed work to salvage the Dharma in this degenerate age brings only tremendous faith, tears and respect from deep within me...

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