Tibet House US Publishing Project

Man of Peace – Graphic Novel

by Robert Thurman (Author) , William Meyers (Author) , Michael G. Burbank (Author)

Paperback: 304 pages Publisher: Tibet House US; III edition (December 13, 2016) Language: English ISBN: 9781941312049 Size: 8.5 x 11 inches Printed in Canada by Friesens Corporation CLICK HERE TO BUY ON AMAZON “If we really want the next millennium to be happier, more peaceful and more harmonious, we will have to make the effort to… Read more »

Distinguishing the Middle from the Extremes

by Mario D’Amato (Translator) , Maitreya, Vasubandhu (Author)

Maitreyanātha’s Distinguishing the Middle from the Extremes (Madhyāntavibhāga) was transmitted to us by the noble Asaṅga, great saint and champion scholar of fourth century CE Indic Buddhism—along with Vasubandhu’s commentary on the text. It is one of the five seminal texts of what the Tibetans call the “magnificent deeds tradition of universal vehicle Buddhism, according… Read more »

Scholastic Sanskrit

by Gary Tubb (Author) , Emory Boose (Author)

This volume gives a complete introduction to the techniques and procedures of Sanskrit commentaries, including detailed information on the overall structure of running commentaries, the standard formulas of analysis of complex grammatical forms, and the most important elements of commentarial style. Since the majority of expository texts in Sanskrit are composed in the form of… Read more »

The Adamantine Songs (Vajragīti)

by Lara Braitstein (Translator) , Saraha (Author)

Presented here in English for the first time is a set of three of Saraha’s “Adamantine Songs” (Skt. Vajragīti; Tib. rdo rje’i glu), poetic works that play a central role in the Great Seal (mahāmudrā) tantric tradition of both India and Tibet. The tantric adept (siddha) Saraha was among the most notable figures from India’s… Read more »

The Range of the Bodhisattva (Ārya-bodhisattva-gocara)

by Lozang Jamspal (Translator)

This is a study and the first complete English translation of the Mahāyāna Sūtra, the Bodhi-sattva-gocara, which presents one of the only Buddhist teachings extant on what might be called a “Buddhist theory of war.” The main body of the text takes the form of a dialogue between King Caṇḍapradyota and the Nirgrantha sage, Satyaka,… Read more »