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Way of Compassion

Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism - coverCompassion in Tibetan Buddhism
— translated by Jeffrey Hopkins

Kensur Lekden (1900-71) - an embodiment of the unified practice of sutra and tantra and transmitter of the ancient Tibetan knowledge of meditation - was abbot of the Tantric College of Lower Lhasa prior to the invasion of Tibet by China.

TsongkhapaPart One of this book is comprised of a series of lectures, given by Kensur Lekden in the spring of 1970 at Tibet House in Cambridge.

Part Two is a translation of the first five chapters of Tsongkhapa's commentary to Chandrakirti's Supplement to the Middle Way (Madhyamakavatara), which Kensur Lekden taught along with Jamyang Shayba's sub-commentary, while at Tibet House.

These teachings shine with the sun of Buddha's doctrine reflected so brightly in snowy Tibet.
— From the Introduction

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