Tashi Lama


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Tashi Lama

(ˈtɑːʃɪ ˈlɑːmə)
n
(Buddhism) another name for the Panchen Lama
[from Tashi (Lumpo), the name of the Tibetan monastery over which this Lama presides]

Ta•shi La•ma

(ˈtɑ ʃi ˈlɑ mə)
n.
a Tibetan monk and spiritual leader second in rank to the Dalai Lama.
Also called Panchen Lama.
[after Tashi (Lumpo), the monastery of which this Lama is abbot]
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As noted by Slok Gyawali, a columnist in the Earth Island Journal, Tashi Lama, a 52 year old farmer from Karnali region in Nepal, does not know much about jalavauparivartan (climate change), but he is wary of the misfortunes the acute drought has brought to Nepal.
Thus, there was no alternative but to borrow some lamas from other temples, including Tashi Lama from Pingquan County and Gao Lama from nearby Anyuan Temple.
is a copy of the Parajika Pali in Sinhalese characters which was acquired by the late Lama from some Sinhalese pilgrim in India, when he visited Buddhist sacred places with His Holiness the Tashi Lama in 1905 A.C.