Collected Tibetan Works of the Vidyadhara Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche

Collected Tibetan Works of the Vidyadhara Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche


The Collected Tibetan Works of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche (kabum or sungbum) is a four-volume Tibetan-style (pecha) publication of all the dharma written in Tibetan, whether composed or revealed as terma, by the Vidyadhara. Most of his writings from Tibet were collected by his nephew Karma Senge Rinpoche over nearly twenty years of traveling wherever his uncle had gone and meeting over ninety of his students who had some of these writings. Writings in Tibetan from India, Bhutan, the United Kingdom, and North America are also included. This does not include teachings given originally in English.

These texts of the Vidyadhara’s teachings are an elegant representation of the dharma, suitable for placement on your shrine, a teacher’s side table, the Vidyadhara’s CD audio archive, or in your dharma library.

Each volume is beautifully wrapped in fine cloth with ornamental brocade squares, color-coded to indicate the specific volume utilizing the buddha family colors—vajra blue, ratna yellow, padma red, and karma green—to distinguish the volumes named E, VAM, MA, YA by Karma Senge Rinpoche. “Evam maya” are the first two words in the Sanskrit opening of most sutras and tantras, “Thus I have heard . . . .”

4 volumes, Tibetan pecha-style, 2,100 pp.,


These volumes are restricted to tantrikas, those who are authorized vajrayana practitioners. If you are a tantrika, type “I have received pointing-out instruction and permission to engage in vajrayana practice from (name of teacher) in (year).”

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