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Tibet: For Buddhist Students of མཁན་པོ་ཚུལ་ཁྲིམ་རྒྱ་མཚོ་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་ 堪布竹清嘉措仁波切 Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche from Tibet!

Here’s a few photos of Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche མཁན་པོ་ཚུལ་ཁྲིམ་རྒྱ་མཚོ་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་ 堪布竹清嘉措仁波切 in Nepal!

fr: khenpo-rinpoche.blogspot.co.uk (translated): The song of appearance emptiness which is self-arisen and self-liberated
All appearances are self-arisen and self-liberated,
All emptiness is self-arisen and self-liberated,
When you realize the essential meaning of appearance emptiness as self-arisen and self-liberated,
All phenomena are self-arisen and self-liberated.

He is with those Tibetan Buddhist Nuns that he walked out of Tibet with all those decades ago when Chairman Mao decided to invade Tibet ! 😦

But luckily these two lovely old people survived…well they were young in those days and they WALKED from Tibet over the Himalayas.

Khenpo Tsultrim and his nuns are  in their 80-90+ now and living in Nepal.

(translated) While singing vajra songs and dancing vajra dances,
When all thoughts and fabrications are ceased,
Let your mind rest in the state free from fabrications.
E MA how amazing – this wonderful Dharma!

So even if you are not the least bit religious and not his students….Have a bit of respect for the brave tibetan men and women who walked out of Tibet all those years ago so that they could have Freedom of Religion and just be Buddhist without being hassled for no apparent reasons!

If you want his official website: www.ktgrinpoche.org

If you want the wiki of his life: wiki-link

堪布竹清嘉措仁波切 in chinese here: 堪布仁波切

If you want to donate and get some transcript of his teachings here: Nalanda

If you want a “FREE” transcript  here: Commentary on In Praise of the Dharmadhatu

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2 comments on “Tibet: For Buddhist Students of མཁན་པོ་ཚུལ་ཁྲིམ་རྒྱ་མཚོ་རིན་པོ་ཆེ་ 堪布竹清嘉措仁波切 Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche from Tibet!

  1. Veronica Kearney
    November 2, 2012

    I am not Buddhist but I love restoring Buddhist pictures. It is hard with all the details. If you’re skilled, though, a brush, a can of paint, and loads of creativity can do significant good to an old piece that has fallen into a big mess of mildew and mold from being maintained in humid regions. They are valuable treasures that should be respected with constant care and attention. I leave you my eco-furniture restoration blog here. Thank you for this.

    • ceciliawyu
      November 4, 2012

      cool Veronica. It is not necessary to be buddhist or catholic or anything to respect the way others use Art to express their emotions and their faith.It is just a respect for humanity and civilisation. that is why the Talibans destruction of the oldest buddhist monuments in the old silk road was so upsetting to all. Now the only one remaining is the old one in Sichuan in China! 🙂

      I’m freaked out by how the commies destroyed Tibetan, Persian, Mongolian and Chinese Buddhist ancient Relics and temples because they were too illiterate to read!

      Your peaceful way is better, Veronica…in ensuring cultural sustainability! 🙂

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