Brief biography of our living master Lobsang Tenzin:
He was born in 1938 at the place called Yara in Kham Tibet. He became a monk at his very tender age and went to Drepung Loseling Monastery at Lhasa for his higher studies on Buddhist Philosophy. He studied there more than a decade for materializing his noble aim of perfecting in Philosophical studies. Unfortunately, he had to leave his own country and escape to India along with His Holiness the Dalai Lama when Chinese Communist Party invaded Tibet in 1959. He completed his remain studies in exile and has been awarded first position in his Geshe Exam. In 2002, as His Holiness Dalai Lama’s recommended, he ascended throng of Sharpa Choeje, a second highest lama in Gelupa sect. Presently, he has been giving teachings to hundreds of young aspiring students at his residence at Loseling Phukhang Khamtsen, in southern India. In his spare times, he travels to many foreign countries for assisting spiritual needy people with his talent and wisdom .
Brief biographies of our Late Masters:
His Eminence venerable Lamring Rinpoche: He was born to father Karma Tsering and mother Namkha Dolma in 1922 at the place called Gyalthang in Kham Tibet. At the age of 7, he started his learning of reading and writing and understood them in very short time. At the age of 22, he went to Lhasa for his further studies on Buddhist Philosophy and graded paths. During Chinese invasion of Tibet, he didn’t flee Tibet. He stayed in Drepung adjourns Lhasa for preservation of Buddhist unique traditions by renouncing of his own life and property. He practiced on graded paths and at the same time, conferred series of teachings on Philosophies, and other fields of studies until his last breath. He was very famous for his wider understanding of profound Philosophy and especially in graded paths.
His Eminence Venerable Lobsang Gyatso: He was born to father Adup and mother Pasang in 1928 at the place Kongzera in Kham Tibet. He became a monk in Local monastery Dhondup Ling at the age of 13. At the age of 18, he went on his foot journey from his native place to Lhasa for his further studies on Buddhism. He entered into Drepung Loseling Monastery and studied there till 1959. Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959, he fled Tibet and followed His Holiness the Dalai Lama to India and continued his philosophical studies. In 1973, he founded Institute of Buddhist Dialectic at Dharamsala, in India. There have been hundreds of educated students who graduated from the Institute and most of them serve as translator of His Holiness, Tibetan Government officials, Professors in foreign university and so forth.