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Tsadra Foundation

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Tsadra Foundation is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization.

Founded in New York in 2000, the foundation offers programs and scholarships to develop and nurture Tibetan Buddhism in the west. Lama Drupgyu Tenzin (Drupgyu Anthony Chapman), a student of Kalu Rinpoche, is the director of programs.

One of the foundation's aims is to make authentic and authoritative texts from the Tibetan traditions available in English and as such has published a series of biographies and Gsung-'bum in conjunction with Snow Lion Publications.

The foundation's name comes from Jamgön Kongtrül hermitage called Tsa’dra Rinchen Drak.

It was here that Jamgön Kongtrül wrote his Five Great Treasuries.

Source

Wikipedia:Tsadra Foundation