His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche in Stockholm

03jun(jun 3)10:0004(jun 4)17:00His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche in StockholmIN PERSON & ONLINE: The first visit of His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche, a highly respected and prominent master of Sutra and Tantra in Tibetan Buddhism

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3 (Lördag) 10:00 - 4 (Söndag) 17:00(GMT+02:00)

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Jhado Rinpoche (Tenzin Jungne) was born in 1954 to a nomadic family living in the area of Namtso Lake, 220 kilometers north of Lhasa, Tibet. At the age of three he was recognized and enthroned as the 6th incarnation of the abbot of Jhado Monastery.

From 1992 until 1996, Rinpoche served as a teacher at Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala, the personal monastery of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In 1997, Rinpoche was appointed to the post of Abbot of Namgyal Monastery, and served the institution in that capacity until 2004.

Jhado Tulku Rinpoche is one of the most highly esteemed lamas in the Geluk lineage today. In addition to his excellent education in the Geluk monastic college system, over the years Rinpoche has also received many oral transmissions and empowerments from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his two main tutors, as well as from many great teachers from other traditions, including the famous Nyingma master Trulshik Rinpoche and Chogye Trichen Rinpoche.

Renowned for his keen intelligence and dynamic teaching style, Jhado Rinpoche is also highly acclaimed for his ability to engage Western students in ways that are interesting and personally relevant. In addition to these qualities, Rinpoche is also well known and loved for his gentle demeanor and his kindness.

His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche will give teachings on Lama Atisha’s text Bodhisattva Jewel Mala. 

The Jewel Garland was written down in Tibet by Atisha ((Dipamkara Atisha 982-1054), in response to questions from his student Dromtopa. It is a short and concise poetic text and stands in the tradition of mind training, called Lojong. The verses carry advice and instructions that can be just as powerful and helpful today in our Western society as they were in Tibet.

This brief text carries advice and instruction for daily practice. It’s called a garland of jewels because each gem of advice shines on its own, and when strung together, makes a precious garland of instruction worn—in the sense of being practiced—by bodhisattvas. Behind each line, there is a wealth of philosophy and views, which will be presented by His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche in his teaching.

Practical information and how to register

Course dates: June 3 & 4
Weekday: Satuday & Sunday
Time: Saturday 10-17 & Sunday 10-17 (with lunch break)
Language: Jhado Rinpoche will teach in Tibetan, there will be consecutive translation into English.
Location: The Museum of Ethnography
Last day of registration: same day
Registration: You register for the course by purchasing a ticket here on the website, see “Tickets” below.

Important Note:

On Saturday 3rd of May there is also Stockholm Marathon. This may involve some changes to public transport at certain times of the day. The nearest Underground stations to the Museum of Ethnography are ”Karlaplan” and ”Gärdet” (a bit over 20 min walk). The roads will be open at the time of the start of the event which means that going by car should be fine.


In the event that you can’t drive, nor walk by foot or cycle, please get in touch on [email protected] and we can help to organise someone to pick you up from Gärdet tube station!

All the Best,

Yeshin Norbu Team

During the teaching, we will be using these prayers. Feel free to access them digitally:

https://atishacentre.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/bodhisattvas_jewel_garland_web.pdf

Prayers for His Emminence Jhado Rinpoches teachings, June 3-4 2023

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    His Eminence Jhado Rinpoche

    Jhado Rinpoche (Tenzin Jungne) was born in 1954 to a nomadic family living in the area of Namtso Lake, 220 kilometers north of Lhasa, Tibet. At the age of three he was recognized and enthroned as the 6th incarnation of the abbot of Jhado Monastery.

    From 1992 until 1996, Rinpoche served as a teacher at Namgyal Monastery in Dharamsala, the personal monastery of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In 1997, Rinpoche was appointed to the post of Abbot of Namgyal Monastery, and served the institution in that capacity until 2004.

    Jhado Tulku Rinpoche is one of the most highly esteemed lamas in the Geluk lineage today. In addition to his excellent education in the Geluk monastic college system, over the years Rinpoche has also received many oral transmissions and empowerments from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his two main tutors, as well as from many great teachers from other traditions, including the famous Nyingma master Trulshik Rinpoche and Chogye Trichen Rinpoche.

    Renowned for his keen intelligence and dynamic teaching style, Jhado Rinpoche is also highly acclaimed for his ability to engage Western students in ways that are interesting and personally relevant. In addition to these qualities, Rinpoche is also well known and loved for his gentle demeanor and his kindness.

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