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Dusum Khyenpa's Songs and Teachings Dusum Khyenpa's Songs and Teachings

Contains several songs of realization (dohas) of, and teachings on, Mahamudra by the first Karmapa, Dusum Khyenpa. All of the texts are taken from Dusum Khyenpa's Collected Works. Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $20.00
The Great Living Tree Tibetan Grammars The Great Living Tree Tibetan Grammars

This book features the "Great Living Tree" Tibetan grammars, which are the standard beginner’s texts used for studying Tibetan grammar in Tibetan schools and monasteries in general. Tibetan grammar has often been taught by westerners in a way that does not reflect how Tibetans understand their own grammar.  This and our other books in the series on Tibetan grammar have the special feature that, for the first time, they present native Tibetan grammar works in English, works that show how Tibetans understand their own grammar.  Therefore, this book is the recommended textbook for anyone beginning a study of Tibetan grammar. The author of the book has included his own commentary, written in easy-to-understand English, to clarify the meaning of the two Tibetan grammars. The extensive introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.  Go here for
a complete listing of all of our works on Tibetan grammar.

: $20.00

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The Prayer of Threefold Ground, Path, and Fruition by Jigmey Lingpa, with Three Commentaries The Prayer of Threefold Ground, Path, and Fruition by Jigmey Lingpa, with Three Commentaries

This book makes the prayer called “The Prayer of Threefold Ground, Path, and Fruition” available for the first time in English for practitioners of the Dzogchen teaching. The Prayer came through the Longchen Nyingthig tradition of the Dzogchen teaching.  In Tibet, daily recitation of the Prayer is an essential part of the practice of those who follow these teachings.  More than that though, it is such an amazing presentation of the most profound level of Dzogchen teaching that it is widely used by Dzogchen practitioners in general.  With that in mind, this book was produced so that all English-speaking practitioners of the Dzogchen teaching would have full access to the prayer.  Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.

: $35.00
The View and Practice of Quintessence Dzogchen, Three Rare Texts on Nyingthig Dzogchen from Dza Patrul's Collected Works The View and Practice of Quintessence Dzogchen, Three Rare Texts on Nyingthig Dzogchen from Dza Patrul's Collected Works

The Collected Works of Dza Patrul contains a number of teachings on Nyingthig Dzogchen or Quintessence Great Completion. PKTC has translated and published many of them already.  This book presents the remaining three texts that have not been translated into English.  Each text covers a different aspect of Quintessence Great Completion.  A highlight of the texts is the one that tells the story of Jigmey Gyalway Nyugu's "post-death" teaching that he gave after he had died to his main disciple, the fourth Dzogchen Rinpoche.  These texts will be of great interest to anyone who is studying and practising Great Completion.  However, these texts all belong to the Longchen Nyingthig transmission so will be of special interest to those practising that system.

: $25.00

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Tibetan Grammar: Situ's Words Tibetan Grammar: Situ's Words

This book presents a native Tibetan grammar text by Ngulchu Dharmabhadra.  It is the standard amongst Tibetans for studying a medium to advanced Tibetan grammar. Ngulchu Dharmabhadra is recognized by Tibetans in general as one of the greatest grammarians in Tibetan history.  The text here reflects his knowledge and is strongly recommended for anyone who is studying Tibetan grammar. His nephew, Yangchen Drubpa’i Dorje, was his primary student for grammar, and also became known as a particularly eloquent and knowledgable grammarian. Yangchen’s grammar texts for beginners, “The Great Living Tree” grammars, should also be read by anyone studying Tibetan grammar and are available in another book in our series on native Tibetan grammars.  Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.  Go here for
a complete listing of all of our works on Tibetan grammar.

: $25.00
Tibetan Grammar: The Application of Gender Signs Clarified Tibetan Grammar: The Application of Gender Signs Clarified

This book explains Thumi Sambhota’s sixth defining treatise on grammar called “Application of Gender Signs”. The book presents a pair of native Tibetan grammar texts that explain the difficult but important topics of that treatise.  The texts are advanced, but very important, grammars that cover how several topics related to the application of gender signs, such as how transitive and intransitive verbs work in Tibetan language. The texts in this book are the standard amongst Tibetans for studying these topics. This is a book that translators in particular need to study. Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.  Go here for a complete listing of all of our works on Tibetan grammar.

: $25.00
Tibetan Grammar: The Essence of Situ's Elegant Explanation Tibetan Grammar: The Essence of Situ's Elegant Explanation

This book presents a native Tibetan grammar text by Khenpo Ngedon Gyatso, a khenpo at Tsurphu, the main Karma Kagyu monastery in Tibet, during the 19th century.  It is a standard amongst Tibetans for studying Tibetan grammar. It is a medium to advanced level Tibetan grammar that summarizes the eighth Situ, Chokyi Jungnay’s great grammar, which is regarded as the most complete explanation of Tibetan grammar ever written. Khenpo Ngedon’s text has become the standard text for the study of Tibetan grammar in Karma Kagyu monasteries. It is an excellent companion to another Tibetan grammar text available in our series of books on native Tibetan grammar called “Tibetan Grammar: Situ’s Words”. Introduction, translations, ample footnotes, glossary, and book design by Tony Duff.  Go here for a complete listing of all of our works on Tibetan grammar.

: $25.00