Diamond Cutter Classics | Making the ancient classics of Tibetan Buddhist literature accessible to the modern world
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Diamond
Cutter
Classics

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Making the ancient classics of Tibetan Buddhist literature accessible to the modern world

Diamond Cutter Classics is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States

 Diamond Cutter Classics Translation Program
Winter 2023: Jan 6 – 19
Dive deep into the language and the philosophy contained within these texts.

Diamond Cutter Classics provides access to translations of these classic texts
as well as seminars and workshops related to their contents free of charge to anyone interested.

Every word counts

Translating the Ancient Books

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Our Project

Learn more about our project to help the world through uncovering the wisdom in this ancient literature

Our Team

Meet our team of talented young translators.

Texts

Texts our team is working on translating during year one

Translator Tools

Our team has developed these programs that no translator should be without

Happily Translating

Our Team

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Translator

Adam Andrade

Translator

Stanley Chen

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Translator

Bets Greer

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Translator

Ben Kramer

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Translator

Nick Lashaw

Translator

Sugeng Shi

Translator

Dr. Eric Wu

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Translator

Word Smith

Translator

Seiji Arao

Translator

Alison Zhou

Project Founder
Translator

Geshe Michael Roach

International teacher, Buddhist scholar and master translator, Geshe Michael Roach founded this project with a vision to translate 10,000 ancient classics in the next 150 years.

Contact us:
diamondcutterclassics@gmail.com

Diamond Cutter Classics
6490 St Rte 179
Sedona, AZ 86351

 

 

 

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