Path to Geshe (35 mins) explores the world of the Tibetan monastery Sera-Jey in South India. BQ 6331 .K372 P48 2011 DVD Hayden Lower Level
Rethinking Tibet's Dark Age: Demons, Tantras, and the Formation of Tibetan Buddhism from the Buddhist Studies at UC Berkeley. The inaugural Khyentse Foundation lecture in Tibetian Buddhism. Lecturer Jacob Dalton. Available as a Wecast or a Podcast.
Zans-dkar nas 'grul bskyod = Journal from Zanskar: a monks vow to children (90 mins). A documentary concerning Buddhist monks who traveled to Zanskar to select children for tradition Tibetan and Buddhist education. In English and other languages.
Mirrors of the Heart-Mind: The Rezk Collection of Tibetan Art from the Permanent Collection of the Southern Allligehenies Museum of Art. Presented by Huntington Archive of Buddhist and Related Art.
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