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  • paldon

    I loved reading this piece. Thank you Buchungla.

  • Kunsang

    “Tibetan scholars have translated over 4000 Buddhist texts from India. The total number of words translated is said to be over seventy million, which is roughly ten million words for each living Tibetan. This awards us the highest per capita words translation in the world.” The above statement is confusing. Clear the confusion arising from contradiction.

    Editor’s note: Thank you for pointing out this discrepancy. It has now been corrected.

  • bhumo

    Bhuchung, why is late Dawa Norbu not mentioned here? His works are immensely read and applauded.

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