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Buddhism Observed

Based on extensive field research in Nepal, Buddhism Observed questions traditional assumptions about Buddhism and examines the rarely considered phenomenon

Mahamudra and Atiyoga

Mahamudra and Atiyoga are particular forms of Buddhist spirituality : Mahamudra, the 'Great Seal', is considered by Tibetan teachers to be the essence of both the short path and the final instructions that conclude the gradual common and esoteric paths of Buddhist doctrines; Atiyoga of 'Extreme Union' represents the Buddhist Dzogchen or 'Great Completeness' doctrine.

The Tibetan Book of The Great Liberation

The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation is a storehouse of the most profound teachings handed down to us by

The life of Milarepa

Here is the illustrated biography of Milarepa, the eleventh-century yogi and poet, who is the most renowned saint in Tibetan

The Tibetan Book of the Dead

The Tibetan Book of the Dead contains a detailed portrayal of the teachings that play a major role in the Tibetan understanding of death and dying. It is basically a collection of Buddhist scriptures that offer significant insights into the psychology of death and dying and suggests the importance of meditative practice and knowledge as tools for self-understanding.


This book is replete with authoritative  information gathered by the author during his years  of wandering through the great Himalaya.

Tibetan Healing Handbook

This book informs you about the essential correlations and approaches taken by the Tibetan science of healing .it describes the

Tibetan Healing Handbook

A Practical Manual for Diagnosing, Treating, and Healing with Natural Tibetan Medicine.

Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrines

This book is a successful attempt to place on record carefully made translations of texts which are still a subject of curiosity to Western readers. It also contains a body of orally transmitted traditions and teachings relating to texts collected from the Late Lama Kazi-Dawa-Samdup. W.Y.Evans-Wentz has described in a very lucid manner the philosophy and yoga systems of the great Tibetan yogis including Tilopa, Naropa, and Milarepa.