Venerable Geshe Damcho Yonten

To be in the presence of an experienced and learned Tibetan Buddhist Geshe is scarce indeed. Venerable Geshe Damcho Yonten is from a rapidly disappearing era in the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition. He entered the great monastic university of Drepung near

His Eminence The Gaden Tripa Kyabje Rizong Sras Rinpoche

His Eminence, The Jangtse Chöje, Rizong Sre Rinpoche

We were Blessed to receive Teachings from His Eminence in South Africa in 2007. His Eminence Rizong Rinpoche is one of the most highly respected lamas alive today.

Geshe Lobsang Dhonden

Geshe Lobsang Dhonden is from the  Drepung Loseling Monastic Gya House, which is the same house as Geshe Dhamcho -la. He was a born in Tibet in 1971  and travelled to South India in 1980. He  became a monk  at

Geshe Gelek

We were delighted to announce the arrival of Geshe Ngawang Gelek, a Tibetan monk who was trained in and graduated from the prestigious academic tradition of Drepung Loseling monastery in India. He visited South Africa for three months, during which

Geshe Samten

We are very fortunate to have Geshe Samten Gyatso-la as a resident teacher at our centre from the beginning of July to 16 September 2010. Geshe-la was born in Amdo, Eastern Tibet in 1969. He has two brothers and a sister. From

Geshe Phende

Geshe Phende has a Dr of Philosophy in Buddhist Studies.  He is passionate about helping people find true meaning in their lives and has extensive knowledge and experience. He has taken a break from his duties as Resident Teacher at

Venerable Geshe Damcho Yonten

Lam Rim’s Spiritual Director, the Venerable Geshe Damcho Yonten escaped the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959. Years later in India, as a fully qualified Lharampa Geshe, students requested that he come to the West to impart his knowledge of

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