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Palpung Monastery in Kham
Palpung Monastery was arguably the most vital cultural institution in Kham during the 18 and 19th centuries. In the middle of the 18th century it was the homebase for the editing of the Derge edition ...
Sera Monastery Project
Sera Monastery has been one of Tibet's premier monastic educational institutions from its founding in the early fifteenth century until the present. It is the second largest of the three great seats o...
Dzogchen Monastery in Eastern Tibet
A thorough profile of Dzokchen Monastery in eastern Tibet produced by a reincarnate lama from the monastery. The history of the institution (founded in 1685) is one of the best such accounts of any Ti...
Dzogchen Monastery in India
The official website of Dzogchen Monastery in India, the twin of the original monastery in eastern Tibet. One of the more informative elements of the site is the clear layout of the three inter-relate...
Labrang (ch. Xiahe) Monastery in Amdo
The travel journal and photo album of a recent visitor to Labrang Monastery in Amdo (Xiahe Si in Gansu Province). The pictures are professional quality.
Shechen Monastery and the Dilgo Khyentse Fellowship
Umbrella homepage for the numerous activities and resource collections supported by Shechen Monastery and the Dilgo Khyentse Fellowship. Of special note are the lamas' biographies and profiles Shechen...
rgyal ba kaH thog pa'i lo rgyus mdor bsdus
Katok Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in eastern Tibet (khams; Baiyu County, Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province). Founded in 1159 by Ka Dampa Deshek (kaH dam pa bde gsheg...
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The Shedra Studies Program of the Rangjung Yeshe Institute
Arguably the largest and best organized program in Asia for training non-Tibetans in Tibetan Buddhism and language. The Shedra is a multi-year residential program at the Ka-Nying She-drup Ling Monaste...
The Sakya College in India
Homepage of the Sakya College in Dehra Dun, north India, founded in 1972 by H.H. Sakya Trizin.
Dharma Publishing: Yeshe De Text Preservation
Contains excellent historical and biographical timelines of Tibetan history and Nyingma authors.
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