Kadampa Buddhism is a Mahayana Buddhist tradition founded by the great Indian Buddhist master Atisha(AD 982-1054). The Kadampa tradition was later promoted by the renowned Tibetan scholar Je Tsongkhapa and his followers, who became known as the ‘New Kadampas’. Read more
Modern Kadampa Buddhism
This special tradition of Mahayana Buddhism is particularly suited to this modern world and offers practical solutions to the problems we experience in our daily lives. Find out more in the booklet Modern Kadampa Buddhism [PDF]
This NEW book, The Mirror of Dharma — Dharma means the teachings of enlightened beings — gives practical advice on how we can solve our daily problems of uncontrolled desire, anger and ignorance, and how to make our human life meaningful.
The author, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, is an internationally renowned meditation master and scholar. In this book, he explains as practical instructions the complete path to enlightenment, based on his deep experience gained from a lifetime spent in meditation.