Title: Lord of the Dance: The Autobiography of a Tibetan Lama
Author: Chagdud Tulku
Edition Year: 2001
Abstract: Son of Dawa Drolma, one of Tibet’s most renowned female lamas, Chagdud Rinpoche was recognized early in life as a Tulku, or incarnation of a realized master, and was rigorously trained by many great lamas. Forced into exile by the Chinese invasion, his was the last generation to inherit the highest teachings and methods of Buddhism in Tibet. This candid autobiography helps Westerners understand the astonishing culture that is bound up with Vajrayana teachings.
Remarks: B&W Photographs.
Edition: First Pilgrims Edition
Size(mm): 140 x 220