This class is taught in Tibetan and no translation is provided. A course that looks at Buddhist science and philosophy, including topics such as ‘Detailed Presentation of Mind and Mental Factors, Gross and Subtle Mind, Engagement of Consciousness, Methods of Engagement, Mind Training through Meditation.’ These two texts are available …
The LTWA offers daily Tibetan language classes taught by experienced and qualified teachers. The courses are taught in two semesters – 1 March to 13 July and1 August to 12 December – comprising various levels from basic to intermediate to writing and speaking. 160 international students successfully complete their courses …
24 June – 11 July 2018: Glimpses of the Buddhist Philosophy classes to Moscow State University Students at LTWA
Nineteen Russian students led by Prof. Egor from Moscow State University, Russia, are studying meditation, Buddhist philosophy and Tibetan language as a part of the implementation of the MoU signed between The Faculty of Philosophy, Lomonosov Moscow State University and LTWA, Dharamshala. LTWA Director, Ven. Geshe Lhakdor, teaching Buddhist philosophy …
2nd July 2018: Some glimpses of the inaugural function of the 13th three month Intensive Translation Course presided over by Dr. Nawang B. Phuntsog, LTWA Director and the faculty staffs. 13th Intensive Translation Course – 2018 Students of the 13th Intensive Translation Course. Chief guest, Dr. Nawang B. Phuntsog giving …
A three day Special Buddhist Philosophy class by Venerable Geshe Gyaltsen Tsering la on “Taking Refuge”. Ven. Geshe Gyaltsen taking the special buddhist philosophy class. Ven. Geshe Gyaltsen teaching on “Taking Refuge”.
A Commentary on the Thirty-Seven Practices of Bodhisattvas teachings by Venerable Geshe Lobsang Tsondu (in Tibetan). Special Buddhist Philosophy Class is a monthly three-day evening Buddhist philosophy class. Geshe Lobsang Tsondu taking the special buddhist philosophy class. Geshe Lobsang Tsondu taking the special buddhist philosophy class.
LTWA Director, Geshe Lhakdor la teaching “THE FOUR IMMEASURABLES”. The four immeasurables is a practice to develop immeasurable Love, Compassion, Joy and Equanimity. Ven. Geshe Lhakdor la teaching The Four Immeasurables. Ven. Geshe Lhakdor la teaching The Four Immeasurables. Students at the teaching.
Some glimpses of the opening ceremonial function of the annual two-month workshop on Tibetan language and culture starting 2 April through 31 May. Group picture of the teachers and the students. Teachers and Students reciting prayers during the opening day of Intensive Tibetan Studies Program. Students reciting prayers during …
Gen Naga Sangay Tandar la’s ongoing early morning Tibetan language class. Gen Naga Sangay Tandar la’s ongoing early morning tibetan language class. Gen Naga Sangay Tandar la’s ongoing early morning tibetan language class.
Orientation of the students who would study Buddhism and Tibetan language for the year 2018. A group photo of the Students and the teachers. Ven. Geshe Lhakdor la, Director of LTWA, speaking to the students. Teachers and students.