Jamspal, L.

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Lozang Jamspal(b. 1933 - ) 

Dr. Lozang Jamspal received an Acharya degree in Sanskrit, Hindi, and Buddhist and Indian philosophy at Sanskrit University, Benares. At the university, he served as a librarian and Tibetan language instructor, and helped to establish the Central Institute of Tibetan Studies where he later worked as lecturer. He also worked as a lecturer of Sanskrit and classical Tibetan language at the University of Delhi. After moving to the U.S. in 1974, he taught at the Bslab gsum bshad grub gling in New Jersey. In 1991, he earned his Ph.D. from Columbia University, where he taught classical Tibetan. Currently he is a regular professor at the International Buddhist College. (Source Accessed April 30, 2020)

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Affiliations & relations

  • International Buddhist College (IBC) · workplace affiliation
  • Columbia University · secondary affiliation
  • Interview with Lozang Jamspal · websites