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Thonmi Sambhota: Inventor of the Tibetan Script

May 16, 2021
Thonmi Sambhota: Inventor of the Tibetan Script

Thonmi Sambhota is not a conventional religious figure but his invention of the written Tibetan script was instrumental in the transmission of Buddhism to Tibet...

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Kunkhyen Choku Ozer: Master of the Kalachakra & Guhyasamaja Tantras

Feb 19, 2021
Kunkhyen Choku Ozer: Master of the Kalachakra & Guhyasamaja Tantras

The great Choku Ozer was given the epithet ‘Kunkhyen’, which means “all-knowing”, for his special insight into the Buddhist teachings. He was able to penetrate their meaning merely by glancing through the great Buddhist treatises...

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Great Disciples of Atisha: Khuton Choje and Pandita Akaramati

Feb 15, 2021
Great Disciples of Atisha: Khuton Choje and Pandita Akaramati

Before meeting Jowo Je Atisha, Khuton Choje was already a great Buddhist master of the highest repute and also the abbot of Solnak Thangpoche Monastery in the Yarlung Valley of central Tibet...

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Gedun Nyedrak: An Abbot of Gaden

Feb 11, 2021
Gendun Nyendrak, the 72nd Abbot of Gaden Shartse Monastery in Tibet.

Gedun Nyedrak was born into the virtuous Selsha household that lived in the Yara district of the northern Kham province of Tibet...

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Ngawang Sonam Gelek: Youthful Master of Discourse

Feb 6, 2021
Ngawang Sonam Gelek: Youthful Master of Discourse

The unmistaken incarnation of Sonam Yeshe Wangpo was Ngawang Sonam Gelek Pelzang. He was born at Olka Ribuk, during the Wood-Horse Year of the 10th 60‐Year Cycle according to the Tibetan calendar...

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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.

Sometimes all it takes for the discovery of a lifetime, is to take a single step in the right direction and in 2011, that is exactly what happened. That was the year some of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche’s students went to Shar Gaden Monastery on pilgrimage and while there, a chance meeting with someone very...

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