© Tertön Sogyal Trust, from the private collection of Sogyal Rinpoche. Painted by Salga.
You developed and elaborated upon the complete path of sūtra and mantra,
Skilfully teaching the profound and vast, the Middle Way tradition
Of appearance and emptiness, in which the two extremes are dispelled through dependent origination and the mere fact of conditionality—
Glorious Candrakīrti, to you I pray!
Texts and teachings related to the celebrated Indian Mādhyamika philosopher Candrakīrti (zla ba grags pa):
- Commentary on the Madhyamakāvatāra—Part 1—Collection of Reasoning by Khenchen Namdrol Tsering | Middle Way
In this teaching, translated from an audio recording, Khenchen Namdrol Tsering explains the background to Candrakīrti's classic work by discussing the texts of the 'collection (or corpus) of reasoning' (rigs tshogs) attributed to Nāgārjuna, the great philosopher and founder of the Madhyamaka tradition.
- Commentary on the Madhyamakāvatāra—Part 2—Title and Translators Homage by Khenchen Namdrol Tsering | Middle Way