Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando

Mount Madonna School Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando This interview with Rinchen Khando took place as part of a journey to India in April of 2011 called the <i>Vidya Dharma Project</i>. Fifteen twelfth grade students from the Mount Madonna School "Values in World Thought" program participated as part of a year long project. Vidya Dharma translates roughly as "Path of Knowledge." The journey then was to discover both self-knowledge and knowledge of another culture. Rinchen Khando Choegyal is the founder and director of the Tibetan Nuns Project, a former Minister of Education in the Tibetan Government-in-Exile, founding President of the Tibetan Women's Association, and sister-in-law of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. She resides in Dharamsala, India. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando

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Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando
Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando
Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando

Vidya Dharma Project 2011: Interview with Rinchen Khando

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This interview with Rinchen Khando took place as part of a journey to India in April of 2011 called the Vidya Dharma Project. Fifteen twelfth grade students from the Mount Madonna School “Values in World Thought” program participated as part of a year long project. Vidya Dharma translates roughly as “Path of Knowledge.” The journey then was to discover both self-knowledge and knowledge of another culture.

Rinchen Khando Choegyal is the founder and director of the Tibetan Nuns Project, a former Minister of Education in the Tibetan Government-in-Exile, founding President of the Tibetan Women’s Association, and sister-in-law of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. She resides in Dharamsala, India.