Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1910-1991) was one of the great masters of Tibetan Buddhism. He was a principal teacher of the present Dalai Lama. His inner journey had led him to a rare depth of understanding and he was a wellspring of love, wisdom, and compassion for everyone that met him. Hermit, scholar, poet, and artist, he was a leading custodian of Tibet's spiritual culture. Along with spending thirty years in contemplative retreat, he worked tirelessly to preserve and make known the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism and his life was the living example of what he taught. He left twenty-five volumes of teachings on Buddhist theory and practice and countless disciples in all the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He founded Shechen Monastery in Nepal and was the inspiration for all its activities. He is seen here, at the request of some of his disciples, in the guise of Padmasambhava at the monastery of Shechen in Nepal. 1983. Treat yourself with an exhibition quality, fine art photographic print, signed by the hand of Matthieu Ricard, buddhist monk, photographer and author. He has also been the French interpreter of His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama since 1989. Some of the photographs in his collection are printed in limited edition, signed, numbered and delivered with a certificate of authenticity.
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