• Vimalakirti Sutra Teaching Notification

      This is for the teachers and students of DKCLI, and all devotees, in India and abroad. We are pleased to inform you that, as per the request made by the Institute, Kyabje Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche has agreed to bestow teachings on the Vimalakirti Sutra for five days, beginning on …

  • Notice

      This is for all the Dzongsar alumni who studied in Dzongsar Khyentse Chokyi Lodro Institute, directly or indirectly connected spiritually with Kyabje Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche and the late Khenchen Ngawang Kunga Wangchuk and now serving all over the world both in religious and secular organizations.

  • Introduction to Sapans ‘Treasury of valid cognition

      Introduction to Sapans ‘Treasury of valid cognition[1]’. ____ Sonam Jamtsho [Dzongsar][2]   During what is historically known as a golden period in Indian civilization, numerous religious-philosophical schools came into existence including, among many other, Buddhism.

  • Kanishka School

    The Kanishka School of Dzongsar Institute in India. In accordance with the farsighted vision and guidance of Kyabje Khyetse Rinpoche, a new schools is founded as a part of the Shedra.

  • Dzongsar Shedra in India

    Dzongsar Khyentse Chokyi Lodro Institute in India. The immediate disciple of Jamyang Khyentse Chokyi Lodoe and former student at Khamje Shedra, Khenchen Kunga Wangchuk, in accordance with the enlightened wishes of third Jamyang Khyentse Thupten Chokyi Gyatso who wishes to establish the continuation of vision of Khamje Shedra, came to …

  • History of Khamje Dzongsar Shedra in Tibet

    History of Khamje Dzongsar  Shedra in Tibet. The great Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo Kunga Tanpei Gyeltshen (1820-1892), through his foresight, built a monastery in the Monshoed area of Kham province, in Tibet, and named it ‘Rigsum Trul Pai Tsugla Khang Shedrup Dargey Ling’. The history behind the site choice is traced …

  • The lineage of Dzongsar Teachings

    The lineage of Dzongsar Teachings   1) Content of the curriculum Shakyamuni Buddha, the fourth Buddha of this eon, through his physical power gathered disciples of three types. Through the power of his mind, he came to know the predilections and dispositions of those disciples. And through the power of …

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