Shambhala Publications, the Tsadra Foundation, and the Tibet Himalaya Initiative at the University of Colorado were pleased to present this talk by Khenpo Karma Jamyang Gyaltsen on the Kagyu curriculum of Buddhist study and practice in Tibet’s largest center for monastic and lay study and practice.
Khenpo Jamyang is a senior teacher at the Larung Gar Buddhist Institute in Serthar, Sichuan, part of the Tibetan area known as Kham. He is the director of training in the Kagyu tradition at Larung Gar and was designated by the 17th Karmapa, head of the Karma Kagyu tradition, to oversee the reconstruction of monasteries in Kham.
For a list of many of the works he discusses that are available in English, please visit our Resource Guide for this talk.
For more about Larung Gar and some of its teachers, please visit our Resource Guide for Larung Gar
You can also right-click to download an mp3 of this talk.
Many thanks to Sarah Plazas, Jules Levenson, and Dolmakyab for helping with the translation.