P’a Dampa Sangye’s Advice to the People of Ding Ri – Part 1 – Translation Workbook

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Our text is P’a Dampa’s final teaching to his students in Ding Ri. Revered for nearly a thousand years by lamas and practitioners, his teaching contains practical and profound advice that still speaks to us today. The workbook contains the English translation, workbook pages for the student, an interlinear translation, and reading practice pages.

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P’a Dampa Sangye’s Advice to the People of Ding Ri – Part 1 – Translation Workbook

P’a Dampa Sangye (d. 1117) was a great Indian Buddhist master who travelled several times to Tibet and China. Part of the Mahasiddha tradition, he was one of the profound Tantric masters who played a significant role in transplanting the Dharma from India to Tibet and Bhutan. He is famous for transmitting the Chö Tradition to Machig Labdrön, as well as the Pacificaiton of Suffering ( Zhijay) Tradition.

P’a Dampa lived and taught in the area of Ding Ri, a Tibetan village. Milarepa also spent time in the Ding Ri area, and the meeting of the two masters is recorded in The Hundred Thousand Songs of Milarepa.

Our text is P’a Dampa’s final teaching to his students in Ding Ri. Revered for nearly a thousand years by lamas and practitioners, his teaching contains practical and profound advice that still speaks to us today. Example page

The workbook contains the English translation, workbook pages for the student, an interlinear translation, and reading practice pages.

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Tibetan Language Institute

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