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Buddhist liturgies, practices, and sutras
A collection of common Tibetan liturgies, including opening prayers and rites of evocation (sadhana). Many of the rites of evocation are illustrated with images of the respective deities.
Die Ausbildung Buddhistischer Mönche in Tibet
Article discusses the process of training Tibetan Buddhist monks. (Mark Premo-Hopkins, 2004-01-21)
Dudjom Buddhist Association International
Hong Kong-based Tibetan Buddhist group of the Nyingma sect. This website contains many historical photgraphs of important lamas from the last century, and full-text editions of their magazine, Light o...
Homepage of Tulku Thondup
Tulku Thondup is a scholar and prolific writer who has authored and translated numerous works on Tibetan Buddhism, particularly related to the Nyingma teachings. This site is intended to be a central ...
Nagarjuna Institute of Exact Methods
This site calls itself "a comprehensive website on the Newar Buddhism of the Kathmandu Valley." It contains many editions of Sanskrit Buddhist texts and assorted translations into Nepali and English o...
Ngag Mang Institute for Tantric Studies
The Ngag Mang Institute for the preservation, promotion, and study of lay tantric traditions is an exciting educational institute based in Amdo (Xining, Qinghai Province). (Jann Ronis 2003-11-10)
Nitartha International
Nitartha international was established to help preserve the rare texts and art of Asia, with a primary focus on Tibet. Their main work is the preservation and reproduction of the endangered texts of t...
Nyingma Kathog Buddhist Center of Singapore
Homepage of a Tibetan Buddhist temple in Singapore with very close ties to its parent temple in Eastern Tibet, the 800 year-old Kathog Monastery. Tibetan lamas have been very successful in evangelizin...
Palyul Ling International Buddhist Centers
The homepage for a dynamic international organization of monasteries, retreat centers, and dharma centers. The "mother monasteries" for this community are jointly in Tibet (Kham) and India, from which...
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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