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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...
Sakya Resource Guide
A very informative site about the Sakya school of Tibetan Buddhism. It contains many lists and tables covering the history of the lineage, key Sakya literature (and details about their translations, w...
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...
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...
Shenpen Ösel Online Magazine
Shenpen Ösel is a tri-annual publication of Kagyu Shenpen Ösel Chöling (KSOC), a center for the study and practice of Tibetan vajrayana Buddhism located in Seattle, Washington. The magazine seeks ...
The Bon Religion
The seemingly official homepage for the Bon religion in the exile communites in India. Contains many short introductory essays on the history and pantheon of the religion. No translations of Bon teach...
The Sakya College in India
Homepage of the Sakya College in Dehra Dun, north India, founded in 1972 by H.H. Sakya Trizin.
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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...
Tibetan Nuns Project
In 1987 the Tibetan Nuns Project was founded to provide basic humanitarian aide to refugee nuns from Tibet. Food, clothing, housing, and basic medical care were organized and now over 500 nuns are spo...
World View: Dedicated to the teaching, study and practice of authentic, accurate Tibetan Buddhism
The umbrella website for a small empire of dharma centers, Buddhist distance learning programs, text preservation projects, and publications. The profiles and descriptions of the teachers and activiti...
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