The ‘Precious Vase’, base of the Santi Maha Sangha curriculum, is an ideal text for the study of Tibetan language. It features numerous quotes from a variety of classical texts linked by passages in modern literary Tibetan. The topics discussed are ideal to form an important basic vocabulary of Buddhist terminology.
The winter-spring 2020 schedule will be as follows:
JANUARY 29, 5-7pm CET
FEBRUARY 12 and 27, 5-7pm CET
MARCH 12 and 25, 5-7pm CET
APRIL 8 5-7pm CEST
All lectures will be recorded audio and video recorded and made available to students!
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Pease note that this is a Tibetan language course, not a Santi Maha Sangha course. Students need to be able to read Tibetan and must have basic knowledge of Tibetan grammar. The working language is English.
Terms & Conditions
General infos and packages
In our meetings we use an online platform called zoom.us . You need to download the free basic version in order to be able to follow. You will receive the link for the class one day before or in the morning of the day the meeting is scheduled.
The one session option allows you to participate to one class of the 6 of the current cycle of lectures. Please write to m.pansa@shangshunginstitute.
The six lectures option allows you to participate to all classes of the current cycle. You will receive all the links to participate and the links to watch the recordings. The links will be available for 2 weeks after the end of the cycle of lessons. Please write to m.pansa@shangshunginstitute.
Please be aware that we record the classes and we provide the recordings to allow students to review and study what we have done. All Intellectual Property Rights in the Course Materials, Online Courses and lectures by teachers are, and remain, the intellectual property of the School of Tibetan Language and Translation. You are not authorised to: copy, modify, reproduce, re-publish, sub-licence, sell, upload, broadcast, post, transmit or distribute any of the Course Materials without prior written permission.