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'''Khenjuk''' (Tib). ''The Entrance to the Way of the Wise'' or ''Introduction to Scholarship''. [[Mipham Rinpoche]]'s famous treatise that is often one of the first texts to be taught in a [[shedra]]. It teaches the vast, the [[ten topics of knowledge]], the profound, the [[four seals]], and the means of maintaining the profound and vast teachings, the [[four correct discriminations]].
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'''Khenjuk''' (Tib). ''The Entrance to the Way of the Wise'' or ''Introduction to Scholarship'' refers to two texts, one composed in the thirteenth century by [[Sakya Pandita]] and the other written at the turn of the twentieth century by Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche.  
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[[Mipham Rinpoche]]'s famous treatise that is sometimes one of the first texts to be taught in a [[shedra]] teaches the vast, the [[ten topics of knowledge]], the profound, the [[four seals]], and the means of maintaining the profound and vast teachings, the [[four correct discriminations]].
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Sapan's text on the other explains in three sections how to enter into the [[three activities of panditas]], respectively composition, teaching and [[debate]].
  
 
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Revision as of 16:47, 22 January 2007

Khenjuk (Tib). The Entrance to the Way of the Wise or Introduction to Scholarship refers to two texts, one composed in the thirteenth century by Sakya Pandita and the other written at the turn of the twentieth century by Jamgön Mipham Rinpoche. Mipham Rinpoche's famous treatise that is sometimes one of the first texts to be taught in a shedra teaches the vast, the ten topics of knowledge, the profound, the four seals, and the means of maintaining the profound and vast teachings, the four correct discriminations. Sapan's text on the other explains in three sections how to enter into the three activities of panditas, respectively composition, teaching and debate.