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This wonderful book is an excellent support and companion to TLI's Level I Workbook. In this manual you will find a most gentle introduction to foundational “pre-primer” skills of learning to read in Tibetan. It is highly recommended by Lama David Curtis.
Having completed the Introduction to the Tibetan Language – Level II Workbook, you are now ready to go deeper into how Tibetan sentences are structured. Experience the joy of learning to read your texts and prayers in Tibetan!
This book acquaints students with essential vocabulary most often encountered in the Tibetan tradition of oral teachings and written Dharma texts.
This small booklet includes:
- The entire Tibetan text on one page
- A line by line translation on the facing page
- It is an excellent companion to TLI’s 37 Practices of Bodhisattvas Translation Workbook.
This Chapter 10 translation workbook includes:
- 4 Verses of Tibetan per page, with English translation on facing page
- Reading practice pages
- Annotated Tibetan-English Glossary
- Appendices: Abbreviations; Verb Classes; Table of Contents for the Tibetan text of the Divine Tree Grammar Poem.
Out of stockWith TLI’s Way of the Bodhisattva Reader/Translation Package, English-speaking students
- Can further their understanding of Classical Tibetan
- Can deepen their understanding of the BuddhaDharma
Chapter 3 directly addresses bodhicitta—this altruistic aspiration. The purpose of this workbook is to provide beginning reading students with a better idea of what is being said in Tibetan and to see how the Tibetan is structured. Delve into this most important Tibetan text.
Out of stockComposed in the 8th century, this text becomes richer and richer with each reading--it combines those rare qualities of scholastic precision, spiritual depth, and poetical beauty.
Sale!Enhance your understanding of the Dharma by reading in Tibetan many of the prayers you may already be familiar with. Save $10 when ordering the Tibetan Language Reader, Parts I and II together.
Become a better reader of Tibetan and engage more deeply with authentic Dharma teachings. The Three Princpal Aspects of the Path by Je Tsongkhapa (1357-1419) is a concise and beautifully crafted text, rich in Buddhist philosophical meaning. In just 14 verses, it offers a brief, highly-polished summary of the path (lamrim) to enlightenment. The Three Principal Aspects of the Path can be regarded as a highly condensed version of the Lamrim Chenmo, Tsongkhapa's magnum opus. Despite being over 600 years old, it is still an important text in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
An excellent resource for developing your translation skills in Tibetan.
This learner-friendly package was designed for students who can read the Tibetan script and use the Tibetan-English dictionary. The package includes the following items:
- Heart Sutra Translation Workbook 2nd ed.
- Tibetan-English Heart Sutra Flash Cards
- Tibetan English Dharma Vocabulary