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Buddhism & Culture Host Kunsang Dolma invites Lamas, Geshes and other experts on Tibetan culture to discuss the ideas of Buddhism and its influence on Tibetan life, culture and society. Kunsang la also discusses and plays excerpts from the Dalai Lama’s talks to audiences around the world.

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2015

March 24, 2015

Upcoming 20th Shoton Opera Festival of Tibet

Kunsang Dolma interviewed Mr. Wangdu Tsering, Director at Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts, Dharamsala on upcoming 20th Shoton Opera Festival. He says that the three auspicious occasions such as 80th Birth Anniversary of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, 25th Anniversary of Nobel Peace prize conferment to His Holiness and forthcoming anniversary of 20th Shoton Opera Festival all fall this year. This year’s Shoton Opera Festival will start from March 27th and ends on April 5th 2015 for 10 days. His Holiness the Dalai Lama has graciously consented to grace the opening ceremony as the chief guest.


March 16, 2015

Camparing Buddhism With Other Religions

Geshe Lobsang Dawa compares Buddhism with other major world religions. Here, he says, ‘Dependent Origination’ is a doctrine that is taught and practiced only in Buddhism.


February 23, 2015

The Words of My Perfect Teacher

Ven. Tsering Dhondup a Buddhist Teacher at Namdroling Monastery Bylakuppe, south India explains ‘ The Words of My Perfect Teacher’( ཀུན་བཟང་བླ་མའི་ཞལ་ལུང) He says, the above text was composed by the great Nyingma Master, Patrul Rinpoche. A classic commentary on the preliminary practices of the Longchen Nyingtig- one of the best known teachings and spiritual practice of the Nyingma tradition.


February 17, 2015

Bardo or Intermediate State Part Two

This is the second part of Khenpo Karten’s explanation on concept of ‘Bardo’ or Intermediate State in Tibetan Buddhism. Khenpo Karten says, there are six different parts of Intermediate States; Intermediate period of this life, Intermediate period of meditation, intermediate state of dream, intermediate period of dying, intermediate period of visions of deities, and the intermediate period of rebirth. He says, this very life is one of the most important period and golden opportunity for the practioners to prepare for the next life.


February 10, 2015

'Bardo' or Intermediate state. Part One

Kunsang Dolma interviewed Khenpo Karten, a resident Buddhist teacher at Manjushri Dharma Center in California on the Buddhist concept of ‘Bardo’. He says, Bardo is a Tibetan term, which literally means intermediate state or transitional state. According to Tibetan tradition, it means an intermediate state between death and the next life. A 'Bardo Thoedrol' text was discovered in central Tibet during the 14 century by Dupthop Karma Lingpa. This is a funerary text which is recited to guide the spirit of a recently diseased person through ‘bardo’ and assist towards attaining a favorable rebirth.


February 02, 2015

Matripa Buddhist college at Portland

Kunsang Dolma interviewed Yangsi Rinpoche, director and principle of Maitripa Buddhist College based in Portland, Oregon, on Matripa Buddhist college’s system of education and the purpose of its establishment. He says, it was Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s vision to set up this Buddhist College in Portland. It was founded in 2005 and is affiliated to the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Buddhism. This institute’s name was chosen by (FPMT) spiritual director , Lama Thupten Zopa Rinpoche. It honors the eleventh century yogin Matripa( Guru of Marpa and disciple of Naropa). Its curriculum combines Western academic and Tibetan Buddhist discipline.


January 27, 2015

Three Vehicles of Buddhism

Geshe Lobsang Dawa, a teacher at Buddhist Dialectics Institute Dharamsala, explains the three primary branches of Buddhism or ‘The three vehicles of Buddhism’ which often go by the name of Theraveda, Mahayana, and Vajrayana. Geshe-la says, Theraveda or Hinayana literally means Lesser Vehicle and was taught in the Pali language. Mahayana which was taught in Sanskrit means Greater Vehicle and it differs from Hinayana by way of its broader motivation - thinking of overcoming suffering not only for oneself but all sentient beings. Vajrayana which was taught in Sanskrit language is also known as Tantrayana Buddhism.


January 19, 2015

Samdhong Rinpoche Teaching on Precious Human Life

Excerpts from former Kalon Tripa Professor Samdhong Rinpoche’s preliminary teachings at Sarnath, Varanasi. Rinpoche says, according to Buddha’s teachings, in order to be reborn in a good human form, one should avoid ten non-virtuous actions, such as killing, stealing, lying, sexual misconduct and so forth.


January 13, 2015

Dalai Lama Address Tibetans During Lamrim Chenmo Teaching at Mundgod 2014

This is an excerpt from His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s public address to Tibetans during Dec, 2014 Lamrin Chenmo teachings at Mundgod. His Holiness advices high Lamas, Abbots, Geshes and particularly younger generation of Tibetans to take greater responsibility in preserving the Nalanda Tradition of Buddhism.


January 13, 2015

Dalai Lama Address Tibetans During Lamrim Chenmo Teaching at Mundgod 2014

This is an excerpt from His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s public address to Tibetans during Dec, 2014 Lamrin Chenmo teachings at Mundgod. His Holiness advices high Lamas, Abbots, Geshes and particularly younger generation of Tibetans to take greater responsibility in preserving the Nalanda Tradition of Buddhism.


January 13, 2015

Kargyu Monlam Chenmo

32nd annual Kargye Prayer Festival will be held from December 29th 2014 at Bodhgaya. Interviewed Ven. Chokley Namgyal, Manager of Tergar Kargue Monastery at Bodhgaya. He says, before starting Kargyu Monlam Chenmo, Gyawa Karmapa Ogen Trinley Dorje requested His Holiness the Sakya Trizin to bestow a special empowerment in honor of the great kindness of the Sakya masters.


January 13, 2015

Gaden Ngachoe or Anniversary of Je Tsongkhapa’s Passing Away

Geleg Rinpoche, a resident teacher at ‘Jewel Heart’ Buddhist center in Michigan introduces the Gaden Ngachoe, the Tibetan Buddhist Festival to commemorate the anniversary of Je Tsongkhapa’s passing away in 1419. This festival falls on 25th day of the 10th Month of Lunar Calendar. This Buddhist festival is celebrated all over Tibet, Mongol, and by followers of Tibetan Buddhist traditions in India.

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Buddhism & Culture Host Kunsang Dolma invites Lamas, Geshes and other experts on Tibetan culture to discuss the ideas of Buddhism and its influence on Tibetan life, culture and society. Kunsang la also discusses and plays excerpts from the Dalai Lama’s talks to audiences around the world.

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