His Holiness Kyabje Zong Rinpoche

His Holiness Kyabje Zong Rinpoche

Lamas January 22, 2016 4 1,030

His Holiness Kyabje Zong Rinpoche was an incredible Gelugpa master renowned to be a highly skilled debator and a master of healing and Tantric rituals. Although recognised as a reincarnated Lama, he chose to live an incredibly humble life, completely focused on his studies.

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H.E. Denma Gonsa Rinpoche Leading Prayers

This video shows the young incarnation of Denma Gonsa Rinpoche leading devotees through prayers. Even at such a young age, His Eminence Denma Gonsa Rinpoche has already manifested excellent memory in recollecting the prayers.

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His Eminence Denma Gonsa Rinpoche

His Eminence Denma Gonsa Rinpoche

Lamas November 16, 2015 5 438

In 1930, Denma Choje Jampa Thubten Gelek Gyatso was born in Namkha Zong, Tibet. At the age of three, he was recognised by H.H. the 13th Dalai Lama as the incarnation of the 18th Denma Choje and was presented the seal of office and official documentations of his recognition.

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Invocation Prayer of Dorje Shugden

The practice of invocation is an integral part of Buddhist liturgy, especially in specific deity practices. As such, during rituals, prayers or even our daily practice of Dorje Shugden, we invoke upon his divine form and energies to descend when invited.

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Praise of Dorje Shugden’s Origins

Composed by Kyabje Dagpo Dorje Chang, this prayer recounts the origins and previous lives of Dorje Shugden, beginning with Manjushri. It describes in detail how Dorje Shugden took rebirth as various enlightened masters before arising as the Protector Dorje Shugden.

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His Eminence Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen

Described as “one of the last living Tibetan Buddhist masters to have been trained in Tibet” before the Tibetan Uprising on 10 March 1959, Venerable Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen was born in 1924 in the Kham province of eastern Tibet.

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Venerable Lama Thubten Yeshe

From a very young age, Venerable Lama Thubten Yeshe gravitated towards spirituality to such an extent that even as a child, whenever a monk would visit their home, he would beg to leave with the monk and join the monastery, despite his fondness for his parents.

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