Reader Translator Package II: The Jewel Ornament of Liberation (JOL)

 


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This course is designed for those wishing to further their understanding of both Tibetan and Dharma through the study of this fundamental text. Often called "The Lama's Manual," Jewel Ornament of Liberation by Je Gampopa is very useful to dharma students studying Tibetan in terms of grammar, vocabulary, and basic Dharma.

 

The package contains the following items:

JOL Ch. 1 Workbook (Cause: Buddha Nature)

The entire Tibetan text from the chapter explaining Buddha nature, laid out for ease of translation and note taking, with just 4 lines of Tibetan per page. Table of Contents.

$30.00

Jewel Ornament of Liberation, by Khenpo Konchog Gyaltsen Rinpoche

A masterful translation of the text which includes an appendix on Gampopa’s life, another on the stories referred to in the text, an outline of the text, titles of works cited, and excellent glossary, notes, bibliography and index.

$29.95

Suggested additional Tibetan language materials and reading:

Je Gampopa’s Jewel Ornament of Liberation (commentary by Thrangu Rinpoche)

 $29.95

Tibetan Sadhana Vocabulary

 $24.00

Tibetan English Dharma Vocabulary

 $15.00

A Tib-Eng Dictionary (H. Jaschke)

 $25.00

How to Read Classical Tibetan

$39.95
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NOTE: Any of the items listed in the package can be purchased separately.

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