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Article Index

History of Gyuto Tantric Monastery
Jetsun Sherab Senge
Ramosche Temple
Jetsun Kunga Dondrub's Disciples
Admission Procedure
The Monastery's Administration
Present Situation of the Monastery
Annual Activities in the Monastery
The Syllabus and Course of Studies Ngagrampa Studies
Kyerimpa Studies
Tantra and the Role of Gyuto
Monastic Training and Daily Schedule

History of Gyuto Tantric Monastery

Due to the untiring efforts of enlightened leaders, scholars and translators, Buddhism was established in Tibet with the translation of the Buddhist canon and transmission of uninterrupted oral traditions. Tibet became a Buddhist country possessing the complete teachings of sutra and tantra. Gradually four lineages developed based on specific lineages of teaching, different interpretations and different locations.

The last of these, the Gelug lineage, was pioneered by the great saint scholar Tsongkhapa who revitalized and reformed the practice of sutra and tantra. His tradition of tantric teaching was mainly established in the tantric monasteries Gyudme and Gyuto where it was promulgated and practiced. 

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