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Kentrul Thubten Lamsang

Nov 1, 2015
A colourised image of Kentrul Thubten Lamsang. Back when photography was rare and very expensive, only significant personages had the privilege of having their photographs taken. Kentrul Thubten Lamsang was signficant enough to have sat for an official portrait.

In 2011, some of Rinpoche’s students went to Gaden Monastery on pilgrimage. While they were there, they met a few senior monks…and one of them turned out to be a student of our Rinpoche’s immediate previous incarnation, Kentrul Rinpoche Thubten Lamsang. Non-Buddhists would probably put this type of meeting down to sheer coincidence; those...

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