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Visiting Tibet Buddhist Institute

  • Source : VTIBET.com Author : Tenzin Woebom Time : 04/20/2017 Editor : Tenzin Woebom

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    Situated at Nyetang village of Chushur county in Lhasa, Tibet Buddhist Institute is the first comprehensive high-level Buddhist theological academy, gathering living Buddhas and eminent monks from five sects of Tibetan Buddhism. Learned from China’s Advanced College for Tibetan Buddhism Studies, Tibet Buddhist Institute uses a combination of modern and traditional mode of teaching for reference, setting up three departments of Esoteric Buddhism, Exotoric Buddhism and Living Buddha for the first time.

     

    Focusing on cultivation of young reincarnated living Buddha under the age of 16, Tibet Buddhist Institute has decided to set up a class for "young living Buddha" since the Buddhist Institute was restored in 2011. At present, there are a total of 6 young living Buddha studying Buddhist theory as well as national compulsory education.

     

    Students at the Buddhist Institute come from various temples and monasteries of Tibet. Except for learning Buddhist courses, they also need to learn the legal and cultural courses.

     

    Featuring a distinctive Tibetan architecture style, the institute has a clean and wonderful environment.

     

     

    Young monks debate Buddhist sutra at Tibet Buddhist Institute in Nyetang village of Chushur county, Lhasa. These monks fully show the profound and extensive Buddhist knowledge they’ve learned. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

     

     

    Young students take a group photo at Tibet Buddhist Institute in Nyetang village of Chushur county, Lhasa. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

     

     

    Students at the Buddhist Institute come from various temples and monasteries of Tibet. Except for learning Buddhist courses, they also need to learn the legal and cultural courses. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

     

     

    Students at the Buddhist Institute come from various temples and monasteries of Tibet. Except for learning Buddhist courses, they also need to learn the legal and cultural courses. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

     

     

    Students take notes carefully during the class. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

     

     

    Students walk out of the hall after finishing the class. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

     

     

    A young living Buddha receives an interview. [Photo/Chinanews.com]

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