Yulia Sheynkman

Yulia Sheynkman is an organizational consultant and leadership development coach, who focuses individuals and  organizations be more effective during periods of rapid change. Yulia’s work also includes designing and leading executive development programs. Prior to her...
Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary

Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary

Khyentse Foundation has made a commitment to fund Buddhist Studies programs at the Institute of East Asian Studies at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) in Budapest, Hungary. With this funding the university will establish an additional faculty position and offer more...
Part VIII: Prince Shotoku of Japan

Part VIII: Prince Shotoku of Japan

When Prince Shotoku was born, Japan was not much more than a riverbank populated by barbarian hordes. By the time he died, though, Buddhism was the state religion, and the Golden Age had begun. In the middle of the sixth century in Japan, the Imperial Court was,...
Part I: King Ashoka of India

Part I: King Ashoka of India

By Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche It is beyond doubt that the past glory of Buddhism is due to its followers’ courage in seeking the true meaning beyond a material life. But we should never forget that this glory was also due to the support provided by people and nations...
Part II: King Tenpa Tsering

Part II: King Tenpa Tsering

Part II in a series of discussions with Rinpoche King Tenpa Tsering (1678-1738), lived in Derge, Eastern Tibet in the era of the 8th Tai Situ, Chökyi Jungney (1700-1774). “He was one of the greatest patrons of Buddhism,” says Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche. “Patrons are...