Khenpo Rinpoche was born in 1934 to a nomad family in Eastern Tibet. Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso Rinpoche is a Buddhist master, renowned for possessing the intellect and knowledge of a scholar and the realization, humor, and creativity of a yogi. He is a teacher of H. H. the Seventeenth Gyalwang Karmapa and other high-ranking lamas of the Kagyu lineage.
Rinpoche is committed to providing nuns with the same opportunities for study and practice that monks traditionally have. To that end, he established one nunnery in Nepal and one in Bhutan. The women at these nunneries study and practice the profound view and meditation, and sing and dance to the profound songs of realization. Rinpoche has retired from traveling and teaching publicly, and spends his time between his nunneries in Bhutan and Nepal.
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