Current activies

The Emory-Tibet Partnership

Since its inception 12 years ago, the Emory Tibetan Studies Program has immersed almost 150 students in the academic and cultural fabric of Dharamsala, India, the capital of the Tibetan exile community and home to His Holinessmain-story the XIV Dalai Lama. The program’s 12th anniversary was commemorated in early March with a celebration that included President James Wagner and Tibetan dignitaries, ...

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The Dharamsala spring program

Since its inception 12 years ago, the Emory Tibetan Studies Program has immersed almost 150 students in the academic and cultural fabric of Dharamsala, India, the capital of the Tibetan exile community and home to His Holinessmain-story the XIV Dalai Lama. The program’s 12th anniversary was commemorated in early March with a celebration that included President James Wagner and Tibetan dignitaries, ...

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The Emory Tibetan Studies Program

Since its inception 12 years ago, the Emory Tibetan Studies Program has immersed almost 150 students in the academic and cultural fabric of Dharamsala, India, the capital of the Tibetan exile community and home to His Holinessmain-story the XIV Dalai Lama. The program’s 12th anniversary was commemorated in early March with a celebration that included President James Wagner and Tibetan dignitaries, ...

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Upcoming events

upcoming-events_imageLearn how to get started with meditation by coming to our Basics of Meditation sessions, every first Sunday of the month. We have two one hour sessions to choose from: one at 9:00 am and the other at 11:00 am.
Each session will begin with a talk by Geshe Lobsang Tenzin, Spiritual Director of Drepung Loseling, on the benefits of meditation and instructions on how to engage with it. Geshe Lobsang will then lead a guided meditation session for participants to engage in the practice of meditation. This will be followed by a question and answer period.

This is an opportunity for newcomers to learn about meditation in a friendly and informal atmosphere. There is no dress code, but you may wish to wear comfortable clothing for sitting. Cushions and chairs are provided. It is also an opportunity to learn about Drepung Loseling, our activities, and membership.