Tsangyang Gyatso is the Sixth Dalai Lama, and one of Tibet’s most famous poets. He was also known as a great lover of liquor and of women. His famous dharma songs, beloved among the Tibetans, are now being translated into Chinese, English and other languages.
Traveling commentary through dharma songs
Authored by Long Rinchen
Translated by Palgon gyab
The book “Traveling Commentary Through Dharma Songs of Tsang-yang Gyatso”, based on the brief and astonishing life of the sixth Dalai Lama Tsangyang Gyatso, follows his steps traveling to Qinghai, Lhasa, Sichuan, Inner Mongolia, and India among other places. With such a book, you can follow Tsang-yang Gyatso’s footsteps, travel to Tibet, and relive his journey. At the same time, “Traveling Commentary Through Dharma Songs of Tsang-yang Gyatso”, with beautiful photos of the scenes and Thangka paintings, is a religious flavored cultural tourism book. Moreover, the book, which contains 124 poems of Tsang-yang Gyatso and translated by Tibetan author Long Rinchen, is one of the most faithful translations of the poems.