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Two Day Teaching by Venerable Geshe Lhakdor

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It gives us great pleasure in inviting you to a two-day teaching by Venerable Geshe Lhakdor, a Buddhist monk and an eminent scholar.

This is a very precious opportunity to deepen your understanding and practice. LhakdorLa will draw out the immense wisdom contained in the two texts, ‘Parting from the Four Attachments’ by Sakya Pandita and ‘The Three Principal Aspects of The Path by Tsongkhapa’.

Date & Timings:
Saturday, February 24 & Sunday, February 25, 2018
9:30 am – 3:30 pm

Lotus Lounge
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Road
Parel, Mumbai 400012
(Near ITC Grand Central, Next to Ashok Towers and Opposite Bharat Mata Cinema)

Registration is mandatory. Please click on the link below.

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You are requested to come by 9:00 am to complete the formalities on Day 1.

While the teaching is free for all those who wish to attend, we suggest a donation of Rs. 400 for covering some of the cost of organising the event.

Additional donations as Dāna towards the Teacher, are welcome (and encouraged) via cheque or cash. Your contribution will go a long way in supporting the library and it’s work in the preservation of ancient and precious manuscripts.

About the Teacher—

Venerable Geshe Lhakdor is the Director of the Library of Tibetan Works & Archives, Dharamshala and head of the Science Education Project. The LTWA has a number of ongoing projects other than the regular work of translation, publication, etc.

He has been instrumental in setting up a major, unique initiatives’ in collaboration with Emory University, which brings Western science to monasteries.

Please see the website tibetanlibrary.org for further details.

Geshe LhakdorLa, as we fondly address him, has been in the Office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama for many years. He has served as Religious Assistant and Translator to His Holiness since August 1989 and has co-translated several books with him.

A brilliant scholar, and gifted with a great sense of humour, LhakdorLa is skilled at articulating and making Buddhist texts accessible and relevant to lay persons.

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