Tarab Tulku


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Tarab Tulku, L.R.G.S, Dr.Phil., (1934-2004) was a Tibetan lama educated at the University of Drepung Monastery in Tibet.  Here, he achieved the highest academic degree of a Lharampa Geshe in Buddhist philosophy and metaphysics, as well as in meditation disciplines including Tantra.

Tarab Tulku, L.R.G.S, Dr.Phil., (1934-2004) was a Tibetan lama educated at the University of Drepung Monastery in Tibet.  Here, he achieved the highest academic degree of a Lharampa Geshe in Buddhist philosophy and metaphysics, as well as in meditation disciplines including Tantra.

His work included lecturing at Copenhagen University, and researching at the Royal Library of Copenhagen.  Tarab Tulku was also known for creating his own adaptation  of Tibetan Buddhist techniques, and establised a four year education in "Unity in Duality" which he taught in Europe.

Books by this author

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A Brief History of Tibetan Academic Degrees in Buddhist Philosophy

This survey offers important insights into the history and structure of the Tibetan scholastic tradition, and the changes that it has undergone over the last eight hundred years. The original survey may function as an introduction to further inquiries into the unique nature of the Tibetan methodology for the academic study of Buddhist philosophy.

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