A Dialogue with Khen Rinpoche

Khen Rinpoche, Lobzang Tsetan, Teacher of Buddhist philosophy and practice

Stanford Tibetan Language Program, together with the Buddhist Community at Stanford (BCAS) and Stanford Friends of Tibet (SFoT) Invites you to an evening of dialogue with Khen Rinpoche ( Lobzang Tsetan), Abbot of Tashi Lhunpo Monastery - Translated by Robert W. Clark, Coordinator of the Stanford Tibetan Language Program

Khen Rinpoche, Lobzang Tsetan is a teacher of Buddhist philosophy and practice. He is
renowned in Tibet, India, and in Buddhist communities in the West for his deep and extensive knowledge of Buddhist texts and traditions, and for his ability to relate with students and to inspire their studies and practice. He will give a brief talk and will answer questions on any topic related to Buddhist thought and practice, the history of Tibet and Ladakh, the Panchen Lama, and Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, etc. Please come with questions for Khen Rinpoche.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 | 5:00 pm — 6:45 pm
Old Union - Seminar Room 3rd floor

Stanford Tibetan Language Program
Buddhist Community at Stanford
Stanford Friends of Tibet (SFoT)