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The Dharma Protector Begtse Chen

Jan 21, 2020
The Dharma Protector Begtse Chen

The practice of ‘Dharmapalas‘, literally meaning ‘Dharma Protectors’ in Sanskrit, was introduced to Tibet during the period of the north Indian Pala Dynasty. It was an era of territorial conquests and Dharma Protectors were used by both secular and religious authorities to protect the State and religion. Dharmapalas are not exclusive to Tibetan culture...

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10000 Монгол хүн Дорж Шүгдэн сахиусны амин авшиг авлаа

Oct 14, 2019
10000 Монгол хүн Дорж Шүгдэн сахиусны амин авшиг авлаа

2016 оны 12-р сарын 11-ний өдөр Зава Дамдин Рэнбүчи Монгол Улсын нийслэл Улаанбаатар Буянт-Ухаа спорт цогцолборт лам нар болон жирийн ард иргэд нийлсэн 10000 хүнд Ямандагийн ван болон Дорж Шүгдэн сахиусны амин авшиг соёрхсон байна. Дорж Шүгдэн сахиусны амин авшиг хүртээх зан үйл маш сонирхолтой болдог. Уламжлал ёсоороо бол соргододыг нэг зэрэг 3 хүнд...

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Choijin Lama: The State Oracle of Mongolia

Jan 30, 2019
Photograph of Choijin Lama Luvsankhaidav

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Seow Choong Liang)   Buddhism in Mongolia The First Wave According to the Origins of Dharma in the Hor Regions by the great Mongolian scholar Lobsang Tamdrin, Buddhism was brought to the Hor Region (northern Kham, Tibet) during the Mongol Yuan Dynasty in three waves. The first wave was during...

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Lubsan Samdan Tsydenov: The Dharma King of Buryatia

Nov 28, 2018
Lubsan Samdan Tsydenov: The Dharma King of Buryatia

Lubsan Samdan Tsydenov was a charismatic Buddhist master and visionary from Buryatia in Siberia. He was born at a time when Buddhism was flourishing in the region. However, as he had foreseen challenging times ahead, he did not let the favourable circumstances blind him. When the Russian civil war broke out, Tsydenov’s decision to...

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Wonderful Kalmykia

May 24, 2018
Wonderful Kalmykia

(by Tsem Rinpoche and Stella Cheang) I am part Kalmyk. The Kalmyks are Mongolians who have their own republic in the Russian Federation called Kalmykia. My adoptive parents, along with hundreds of other Kalmyks, migrated to the USA between the 1950s and 1960s. At the time, America’s immigration policies did not favour Asians, but the...

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The Fourth Dalai Lama, Yonten Gyatso

Apr 26, 2018
The Fourth Dalai Lama, Yonten Gyatso

Following the unexpected death of the Third Dalai Lama Sonam Gyatso in Mongolia in 1588, his patrons there decided to identify his reincarnation among their own people...

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Sonam Chopel

Apr 22, 2018
Sonam Chopel

Sonam Chopel was born in 1595 at Gyale in Tibet’s Tolung valley to the west of Lhasa. When he was eight, he was enrolled at the great Geluk monastery of Drepung...

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Buddhism in the Mongol Empire

Mar 22, 2018
Buddhism in the Mongol Empire

How Buddhism spread throughout the Mongol Empire provides an important insight into the cultural and political situation at the time, and illustrates how many high lamas worked skilfully to benefit the Mongols...

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शुभ मंगोलियन साइतहरू

Dec 17, 2017
शुभ मंगोलियन साइतहरू

(Auspicious Mongolian Omen) हामीसँग तपाईंको लागि अर्को रोचक छोटो पोष्ट छ। तपाईंहरूलाई थाहा नै छ हामीसँग शहरमा १३ ओटा विभाग भएको केचरा छ।

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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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Үхрийн саравч дахь миний өрөө

Nov 7, 2016
Үхрийн саравч дахь миний өрөө

Гандан хийдэд анхлан би ирээд шууд Зон Ладранд хүрч очсон юм. Ладран гэдэг нь ламын өргөө, сууц гэсэн Төвд үг болно. Сүүлд би 1987 оны аравдугаар сард Америк орныг орхиж мөн оны арван хоёрдугаар сард Дээрхийн Гэгээнтэн Далай Ламаас сахил хүртсэн юм. Түүний дараагаар Балба оронд хүрч эцэст нь 1988 оны нэгдүгээр сард Өмнөд...

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Kalmykia: Lore and Memory at the Far Side of the Buddhist World

Sep 12, 2016
Kalmykia: Lore and Memory at the Far Side of the Buddhist World

(By Tsem Rinpoche) The Kalmyks are known to be very spiritual because they abide in a community of people who are strong practitioners of Buddhism. I grew up with Kalmyks (A part of the Mongolian people) and during my childhood days back in Howell, New Jersey, I lived in the Kalmyk community and we...

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The Jonang Lineage

Jan 3, 2016
The Jonang Lineage

(By Tsem Rinpoche) When I was 15 years old and still living in Howell, New Jersey, I found out that H.H. the Dalai Lama would be visiting Wisconsin to give the first ever Kalachakra initiation in the West. I was so excited! Many Kalmyks who lived in my town had booked buses and hotels...

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Mongolian dinosaur in New York

Jun 26, 2012
Mongolian dinosaur in New York

A gigantic tyrannosaurus skeleton -- tucked away in a New York warehouse -- was seized by US authorities, who hope to return the prehistoric remains to their native Mongolia, officials said...

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