Younge Khachab Rinpoche

About us

Khachab Rinpoche’s family were refugees from Kham in Eastern Tibet. He grew up herding sheep and yak in Dolpo, Nepal.

His father Younge Gyurme Tulku was a student of the previous Khachab Rinpoche. His father related many stories of his previous lives to the present Khachab Rinpoche, and saw many amazing events and signs. The previous Khachab Rinpoche was a Dzogchen meditation master who was also highly accomplished in Chakrasamvara, the 6 yogas of Naropa and Medicine Buddha.

Tags: buddhism dzogchen kagyu madyamika mahamudra nyingma sutra tantra thogal tibetan trekcho tummo

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  • Jesse Berg   October 11, 2017

      Accessable, warm and direct teacher

    Khachab Rinpoche presents teaching in a direct and clear manner. He is very invested in his students' learning, and he is humble and accessible with those new to practice or those who have many years of practice.

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