Ju Mipham (1846–1912) displayed a universal genius as he wrote on all aspects of Buddhist theory and practice, as well as on the traditional sciences. He has emerged as one of the most influential figures to come out of the Tibetan tradition in recent centuries.
Maitreya's Dharmadharmatavibhanga with Commentaries by Khenpo Shenga and Ju Mipham
- translated by
- Dharmachakra Translation Committee
The Buddhist masterpiece Distinguishing Phenomena from Their Intrinsic Nature, often referred to by its Sanskrit title, Dharmadharmatāvibhaṅga, is part of a collection known as the Five Maitreya Teachings, a set of philosophical works that have become classics of the Indian… Read More
An Overview of the Secret Commentary "Thorough Dispelling of Darkness throughout the Ten Directions"
Restriction: Anyone interested in purchasing or reading this text must have received the empowerment of Vajrasattva's Magical Manifestation Matrix for the peaceful and wrathful deities from either the kama or the terma tradition, and must have received the reading… Read More
Mipham's Commentary on Santaraksita's Ornament of the Middle Way
The process of intelligent and open-minded inquiry can lead to complete liberation within the discovery of the natural state. In his Ornament of the Middle Way the great Indian master Santaraksita reveals how the path of reasoning can lead the… Read More
Ju Mipham Jampal Gyepa'i Dorje, or Mipham Jamyang Namgyal Gyatso (1846–1912), was a great chakravartin ruler of scholarship and accomplishment and an actual emanation of Manjushri. Mipham Rinpoche's writing was generally based on oral instructions from lineage vidyadharas and in particular the wisdom intent of both the omniscient masters Rongzompa and Longchenpa.