‘Praise of the Buddha’ – A 3 days long Buddhist retreat, led by Ven. Khenpo Choying Dorjee
Course description: The text ‘Praise of the Buddha’ was translated by Indian master Sarva Jha Deva and Tibetan translator Zhuchen Bhande Rinchen, edited by Bhande Paltsek Rakshita
A brief explanation of the acceptance of Buddha and his dharma seeing that they are the only entrance for those wishing for liberation. A detailed explanation of how Buddha excels at other teachers. Hence how confidence is gained in Buddha and his teaching.
Dedicating the merit gained from the praise of the Buddha.
Teacher: Venerable Khenpo Choying Dorjee was born a student of the Khyentse lineage. He was also a devoted student of the late Khen Rinpoche Kunga Wangchuk. He joined Dzongsar Institute in 1992 when it was still located in Bir. In 1998 he was granted his Shastra Degree in Buddhism, which is the equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree. He received his Archaya title, which is the equivalent to an MA, in 2001. He received his Khenpo title in 2002 and received his Khenpo Degree, which is the equivalent to a PhD in Buddhism, in 2004.
He worked as a revision teacher (kyorpon) at the shedra from 1999 to 2000 and continued as a head teacher until 2013. In 2010, he was appointed as a teacher of Sakya Dungsay Avikrita Rinpoche. Khenpo served as assistant principal of the shedra from 2008 to 2012 and Rinpoche appointed him to be DKCLI’s head principal for the 2013 to 2016 term.
From 2006 to 2007 he studied English at the British Council in Singapore. In 2011 he was sent to UC Berkeley by Rinpoche, sponsored by KF, as a visiting scholar.
He serves on the KF India Program Committee.
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