By Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche in Root Institute, Bodhgaya

Commentary on the teachings of Atisha and the Kadampa geshes, the exemplary practitioners of Buddhism in Tibet.

Kadampa Teachings •
Editor's Preface (Ailsa Cameron) •
Kadampa Teachings 1: Bodhgaya, January 2003 •
Kadampa Teachings 2: Bodhgaya, December 2003 - January 2004 •
Kadampa Teachings 3: Bodhgaya, December 2006 •
Kadampa Teachings 4: Bodhgaya, December 2007 •
Appendix 1: Mind Training Removing Obstacles •
Appendix 2: The Jewel Rosary Practice of Bodhicitta •
Appendix 3: The Real Meaning of Guru •
Appendix 4: The Essential Advice of the Kadam Scriptures: A Fine Vase of Nectar •
Translations: Kadampa Teachings •
By Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche in Root Institute, Bodhgaya, India; 26 December 2003 - 02 January 2004

Teachings at Root Institute, Days 1 - 4; includes an oral transmission and commentary on Atisha's Jewel Garland

Day One: The cause of problems •
Day One: Seeing suffering of others and developing the wish to offer them the highest benefit •
Day One: Developing the wish to repay the kindness of others, Dedications •
Day Two: Precious Human Rebirth •
Day Two: Lama Atisha's life story, Oral transmission of Atisha's Jewel Garland, Dedications •
Day Three: Eight Freedoms •
Day Three: Dedications, Awareness of Emptiness, Food Offering •
Day Three: Benefits of offering, prostrating to holy objects •
Day Three: Jewel Garland commentary •
Day Four: Protector prayers, Why we need Highest Yoga Tantra •
Day Four: Persuading oneself to take the essence of the perfect human rebirth •
Day Four: Bodhicitta motivation •
Lama Yeshe at Tushita Meditation Centre, Dharamsala, India, 1973. Photo: Brian Beresford.
By Various lamas

An account of Lama Yeshe's last days, death and funeral, and a collection of tributes written by fellow lamas and students

Account of Lama's Last Days and Funeral •
Address to Funeral Attendees by Lama Zopa Rinpoche •
Tribute by Lama Zopa Rinpoche •
Tribute by Geshe Tegchok •
Tribute by Geshe Jampa Gyatso •
Tribute by Geshe Sopa •
Tribute by Father P. Bernard de Give •
Tribute by Jonathan Landaw •
Tributes by Jeffrey Hopkins and Brian Beresford •