Venerable Thubten Lhatso

Born in the 1930s, Sramanerika Thubten Lhatso ordained as a nun when she was a child and practiced in her native province of Kham, Tibet, before going to Lhasa. Wanting to practice the Dharma in freedom, she left Chinese-occupied Tibet in the 1980s and went to India. There she was instrumental in establishing Jangchub Choeling Nunnery in South India, where she is now one of the senior nuns.

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A nun in exile: From Tibet to India

A Tibetan-born nun emigrates out of Chinese-occupied territory to South India, where she is instrumental…

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