About Professor Khenpo Ugyen Tashi (PhD in Tibetan Buddhism)

Khenpo Ugyen Tashi, has completed his studies (Tibetan Buddhism) successfully from Zhemgang Monastery (Monastery of Bhutan Government) in 15 years,

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Nepal Darthang Nyingme Institute for 8 Years and  Takse  Ningma Higher Buddhist research Centre for 5 years  (Gangtok Sikkim, India) and also awarded the rank of khenpo (Tibetan Buddhist PhD).

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Khenpo studied  Chinese speaking and writing step by step, translation from Tibetan to Chinese, Chinese religious and computer program  in Dharma Drum Mountain University, Taipei (Taiwan) for the period of 6 years .

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After completion of his studies, Khenpo then taught to Taiwan people about Tibetan Buddhism through the  Chinese Language for 8 years.

 

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Khenpo’s experience:

(1)  Khenpo served as a Teacher for Rituals program in Zhemgang Dratsang Since 1980~1985 , followings are the subjects which are Khenpo taught :

  1. Cymbal རོལ་མོ།
  2. Drum རྔ།
  3. Tune of Rituals རྒྱ་གླིང་།
  4. Horn རྡུང་།
  5. Dharma Dance གར་འཆམ།
  6. Driglam Namzhag བསྒྲིག་ལམ་རྣམ་གཞག།

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Khenpo translated Tibetan book Abidharma Kosha Karika into Chinese, translated Tibetan basic book into Chinese language and taught Chinese people, it’s called <<Tibetan basic learning book mirror of appear all letter >>..

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(2) Khenpo served as a Teacher in Darthang Nyingma Institute in Nepal Since 1994~1995 ,  followings are the subjects which are Khenpo taught:

  1. Jipai Dagyig བྱིས་པའི་དག་ཡིག།

2.Legshed  Joenwang ལེགས་བཤད་ལྗོན་དབང་།

3.Nagdroen ངག་སྒྲོན།

  1. Khyadparphagsbstod ཁྱད་པར་འཕགས་བསྟོད།

 

(3) Khenpo served as a Teacher in Nyingma Institute Taktse, Sikkim (India), since 1996~1999, followings are the subjects which are Khenpo taught:

  1. Bodhisatocaryavatara བྱང་ཆུབ་སེམས་དཔའི་སྤྱོད་པ་ལ་འཇུག་པ།
  2. theree Sets of Precepts སྡོམ་གསུམ།
  3. Madhyamakavatara དབུ་མ་ལ་་འཇུག་པ།
  4. Abhidharmakoshakarika དམ་པའི་ཆོས་མངོན་པ་མཛོད།

(4)Khenpo served as a Teacher in Jalsa Monestery in Solo Khumbu Nepal,

In 2000. Followings are the subjects which are Khenpo taught:

  1. Jipai Dagyig བྱིས་པའི་དག་ཡིག།
  2. LegshedJoenwang  ལེགས་བཤད་ལྗོན་དབང་།
  3. Nagdroen ངག་སྒྲོན།
  4. Khyadparphagsbstod ཁྱད་པར་འཕགས་བསྟོད།

(5)Khenpo served as a Teacher in  Foundation Taipei (Taiwan)matter Monga  Longshan Temple Banchaw Cultural Square, from 2013~2014, followings are the subjects which are Khenpo taught:

 

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  1. Door of Gateway to method of Wise མཁས་པའི་ཚུལ་ལ་འཇུག་པའི་སྒོ།
  2. Thirty-seven practice of a Bodhisattva རྒྱལ་བའི་སྲས་ཀྱི་ལག་ལེན་སོ་བདུན་མ།
  3. Tibetan basic learning book mirror appear of all letters. བོད་ཡིག་སྦྱོང་དེབ་ཡིག་ཀུན་གསལ་བའི་མེ་ལོང་།

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(6) Khenpo served as a Teacher in Taipei (Taiwan) Mercy Awalokit Buddhist Society from 2008~2009, followings are the subjects which are khenpo taught:

  1. Best Guru Precept ཀུན་བཟང་བླ་མའི་ཞལ་ལུང་།

 

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(7) Khenpo Ugyen Tashi, currently Teaching (From 12/02/ 2016) Buddhist Philosophy and  Chinese Language in Ugyen International Language and Culture Tranning Institute in Thimphu, capital city of Bhutan.

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(7) Khenpo speaks 6 different Languages they are:

(1)Tibetan

(2)Bhutanese

(3) Hindi

(4)Nepali

(5)Chinese

(6) English

(8) Khenpo writes  4 different Countries Letters as given below:

(1) Bhutanese letter .

(2) Tibetan letter.

(3) Chinese letter.

(4) English letter .

(9) Khenpo can read  6 different Countries Letters as given below:

(1) Bhutanese letter .

(2) Tibetan letter .

(3) Chinese letter.

(4) English letter .

(5) Hindi Letter

(6) Nepali Letter.

 

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