Machapuchare, "Fish Tail" (22943 feet') in the Annapurna Range, Nepal (March 2015)
Young and old, all come to welcome Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche on his return to Shechen in eastern Tibet after thirty years in exile. (1985)
Articles in the New York Times and other news agencies reported on the latest scientific findings on climate change and global warming. How does this relate to what is called sustainable development? The term, sustainable development, is a contradiction. Quantitative growth has proven not to be sustainable because infinite quantitative growth...
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Tibetan pilgrims in Amnye Machen, Golok province, Eastern Tibet. (2003)
A group of Tibetan monks on horseback leads the caravan of the great master Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, after having crossed the Gose-La pass, rising over 16,400 feet in Kham province, on their way to Palpung Monastery in eastern Tibet. (1988)
Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1910-1991), one of the greatest masters of Tibetan Buddhism, seated on the steps of the great stupa of Bodhnath, Kathmandu, surrounded by some of the incarnate lamas who gathered in Nepal on March 24, 1978 to receive an extensive cycle of teachings and initiations from him. The ceremonial hats worn by some of the la...