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'''Geshe Ngawang Wangyal''' (1901-1983)--a Kalmyk-Mongolian lama who who was the first to come to America and teach in 1955. He established the Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center in 1958 in New Jersey as the first Tibetan Buddhist Dharma center in the West.
 
'''Geshe Ngawang Wangyal''' (1901-1983)--a Kalmyk-Mongolian lama who who was the first to come to America and teach in 1955. He established the Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center in 1958 in New Jersey as the first Tibetan Buddhist Dharma center in the West.
  
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Geshe Ngawang Wangyal (1901-1983)--a Kalmyk-Mongolian lama who who was the first to come to America and teach in 1955. He established the Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center in 1958 in New Jersey as the first Tibetan Buddhist Dharma center in the West.