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Lobsang Choekyi Gyaltsen (1570-1662), the Fourth Panchen Lama was a prolific author, great scholar and teacher who unified all the Tibetan Buddhist sects in time of Tibetan’s history troubled with wars and turmoil. During his administration, he fulfilled many of the First Panchen Lama’s wishes including an establishment of Tantric College at Tashi Lhunpo, Shigatse, Tibet. We honor and remember him today, marking the date of his passing by sharing with you one of his prayers:

“ I dedicate the pure white virtue here accomplished That I might support the Dharma of teaching and understanding

And fulfill all the wishes and deeds Of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas of past, present and future.”

As a part of their ordination and admission to Tashi Lhunpo monastery, these monks took their Guk Chung ( རྒྱུགས་ཆུང་། ) examination by reciting from memory 15 long prayers and demonstrated their ability to read the scriptures with the abbot.

























"May all student monks at Tashi Lhunpo Monastic University succeed in their pramana examination

( ཚད་མ་རྣམ་འགྲེལ་རྒྱུགས་སྤྲོད། ) and acquire the truthful knowledge for the benefit of all sentient beings."

ཆོ་འཕྲུལ་སྨོན་ལམ། It is said that when Shakyamuni Buddha was 51 years old, he had amassed countless followings through his teaching. They came from all walks of life, including kings, the wealthy as well as the poor and destitute.  He was renowned and loved, so much so, that the other religious masters were jealous of him. Wishing to tarnish his reputation, they relentlessly taunted him and challenged him to a teaching competition. Shakya muni Buddha took up the challenge.

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TASHI LHUNPO TANTRIC  GUTOR AND MONASTIC CHAM DANCE. གདན་ས་བཀྲ་ཤིས་ལྷུན་པོའི་གསང་སྔགས་རྒྱུད་པ་གྲྭ་ཚང་གི་དགུ་གཏོར་གར་འཆམ་དང་འབྲེལ་བའི་གཏོར་རྒྱག

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Losar Tashi Delek    ལོ་གསར་ལ་བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས།     Happy New Year

Losar or New Year is one of the most important days for Tibetans. Celebrated both as a religious and secular holiday, Losar is central to the heart and mine of all Tibetans. It is a day filled with symbolic meanings with the main emphasis being the time to cast away negative emotions and actions, and instead, replacing it with love and compassion for all sentient beings.

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