The landscape of Buddhist studies is changing in Asia, and especially in Southeast Asia, and the area has the potential to become a well-developed hub for the field.
Khyentse Vision Project, a major translation initiative under Khyentse Foundation, was officially launched in July 2020 on the 200th birth anniversary of the First Khyentse, Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo (1820–92).
A major collection of ancient Gandhari birch bark Buddhist manuscripts was donated to the Islamabad Museum, Pakistan, on December 20, 2022.
Launched by Tarthang Tulku in 2019, the Kangyur Karchag project has been guided and blessed by many eminent lamas.
Support for monastic institutions was the original impetus for the formation of Khyentse Foundation, and it remains the core of KF’s mission to preserve Buddhist heritage and promote the Buddha’s wisdom.
Digital Dharma: Recovering Wisdom provides intimate glimpses into Gene’s pioneering mission.
In 2005, Venerable embarked on another important mission: to seek common ground with other Buddhist traditions and collaborate with them to uplift the training and education of monks from various countries in Asia.