PUBLIC TALK: How to Practice Loving Kindness with Ven. Ngawang Tenzin - Canberra
Ven. Ngawang Tenzin was born in Mustang, Nepal, in 1988. After eight years of study, he graduated from Sakya College, Dehra Dun, India, with the Ka-Chu-Pa Degree/ Shastri Degree (equivalent of B.A.) in Tibetan Buddhist Studies. Fluent in Tibetan and English, as well as Hindi and Nepali, Ngawang Tenzin has a profound understanding of Buddha Dharma and an exceptionally clear manner when explaining its concepts to foreign students. He has translated both oral teachings and texts from Tibetan into English, and is highly sought after within the Sakya tradition for his excellent translation skills and knowledge.
On his arrival to Canberra, Ven. Ngawang Tenzin will be presenting a public talk entitled "How To Practice Loving Kindness In Everyday Life". This topic is always timely and relevant for practitioners and newcomers alike.
This topic is a perfect way to introduce those who are new to the practical and warm heartedness of Buddhism, so please invite your friends!
Book now to avoid missing out, as places are limited!
25 Alderman Street
|Members and concession||$ 20.00|
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