with Khenchen Gyaltsen Rinpoche
Khenchen Gyaltsen Rinpoche
The venerable Khenchen Kochog Gyaltsen Rinpoche was born in 1946 in the village of Tsari, one of the most sacred places in Tibet and spent his early years there. In 1959, Khenchen Rinpoche fled to India with his family during the political changes in Tibet. In October 1967, Rinpoche travelled to Varanasi, India to further his studies in the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Sutdies. There, Rinpoche began 9 year course of stuyd which included Madhyamika,,, Abhidharma, Vinaya, Bhisamayalamkara, Uttaratantra, as well as history, logic, and Tibetan grammar. in early 1968, he took full monastic ordination from the great Kalu Rinpoche. Back in 1982, Khenchen Rinpoche travelled to the United States with the requests many practitioners. By late 1983, the Tibetan Meditation Center was well established in Washington D.C., but later moved to Frederick Maryland where there are innumerable teachings, practices, and retreat.
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Schedule – All times are PST
Nov 4th 6-8PM Teaching
Nov 5th 10-12 & 2-4PM Teaching
Nov 6th 10-12 & 2-4PM Teaching