Khyentse Foundation Overview

Khyentse Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the support and enhancement of Buddhist study, practice and scholarship throughout the world. Founded by Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche in 2001, its primary aim is to extend the Buddha’s wisdom and compassion as widely as possible, in order to benefit all beings. LEARN MORE

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KF Visiting Professorship Established at Pune University, India

Feb 17th, 2015

Announcement Made During Rinpoche’s Three-Day Teaching on Shantideva’s Bodhicharyavatara

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2014 International Conference of East Asian Buddhist Thought and Culture

Feb 11th, 2015

(Taipei, Taiwan) — More than a hundred scholars and specialists in Buddhist studies from Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and Singapore attended the 2014 International Conference of East Asian Buddhist Thought and Culture, organized by Center for Buddhist Studies of National Taiwan University, from October 31 through November 2, 2014. Khyentse Foundation was one…

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Buddhist Texts in Sanskrit Conference offered by Professor Harunaga Isaacson

Feb 7th, 2015

  Khyentse Foundation supports academic development activities in Buddhism around the world. The next such event, cosponsored by KF through the Ratnākara grant, is “Buddhist Texts in Sanskrit: Intensive Readings at Mahidol University” in Bangkok, February 12 through 25, 2015.

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Application Window for Translation Scholarships Opens Feb. 1

Jan 28th, 2015

Working in partnership with 84000, Khyentse Foundation has developed a dedicated scholarship for translators in training. The KF Translation Studies Scholarship supports students in advanced degree programs in translation studies and Buddhist philosophy with the express purpose of training the translators of the future.

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A Great Gathering of Translators

Jan 26th, 2015

The Tsadra Foundation organized a landmark conference for the community of translators of Tibetan Buddhist texts into Western languages. The Translation and Transmission Conference, held October 2-4, 2014, in Keystone, Colorado, brought more than 250 top translators together for a rare opportunity to

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KF Ashoka Grant Application Window Opens

Jan 15th, 2015

Khyentse Foundation is accepting applications for grants to support individuals and organizations engaged in projects that increase Dharma activity around the world. Past recipients of these special grants have included children’s educational programs and organizations dedicated to helping people in prison through Buddhist meditation and principles.

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