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Taïkan Jyoji

Taïkan Jyoji is the representative for Europe of the Rinzai school of Zen (Myôshin-ji branch, (...)

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Kukai - Kobo Daishi

Kukai (774-835) was a Japanese Buddhist monk who founded the Shingon sect. This great scholar’s activities extended beyond the domain of the purely religious, including the building of roads, irrigation canals, and temples.

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Lama Jigme Rinpoche

A short biography of this incredible man.

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Geshe Michael Roach

Michael Roach (born 1952) is an American teacher of Tibetan Buddhism of the Gelugpa school, and was the first Westerner to qualify for the geshe degree at Sera Monastery in India.

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The Story of Seung Sahn

Seung Sahn Soen-sa was born in 1927 in Seun Choen, North Korea. His parents were Protestant Christians.
Soen Sa Nim’s first attempt at establishing an American Zen Center was in a small apartment in Providence, Rhode Island. The apartment was located on a street named Doyle Avenue.

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Venerable Master Hsing Yun

Venerable Master Hsing Yun was born in Chiangsu Province, China in 1927 and entered a monastery near Nanjing at age twelve. He was fully ordained in 1941, and is the 48th patriarch of the Lin-chi(Rinzai)Ch’an school. In 1949, amid the turbulence of civil war, he went to Taiwan. 

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Lokanatha - Italian Buddhist Monk (1897-1966)

Lokanatha was an Italian Buddhist missionary. He was born near Naples, Italy in 1897 in the celebrated family of Cioffi and given the name of Salvatore, meaning the Savior. Brought up in an atmosphere of talented culture, he was a talented violinist...

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Biography Lama Ole Nydahl

Lama Ole Nydahl is one of the very few Westerners who is a fully qualified Lama and meditation master in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. In 1968 he and his wife, Hannah, met their first Buddhist teacher, Lopon Tsechu Rinpoche, while on their honeymoon in Nepal.

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Biography - Dagpo Rinpoche

Dagpo Rinpoche, also known as Bamchoe Rinpoche, was born in 1932 in the region of Kongpo, in southeastern Tibet. At the age of two, he was recognised by the Thirteenth Dalai Lama as the reincarnation of Dagpo Lama Jampel Lhundrup.

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A Brief Biography of His Holiness, Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang Rinpoche

DRIKUNG KYABGON, Konchok Tenzin Kunzang Trinley Lhundrup (Chetsang), was born to the prominent Tsarong family in Lhasa, on the 4th day of the 6th Tibetan month in the Fire Dog Year, 1946. This auspicious day marks the anniversary of the Lord Buddha’s first turning the Wheel of Dharma at Sarnath.

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