For centuries, Tibetan monks have held an annual month-long debating session called Jang Gonchoe, an integral part of their Buddhist practice. The practice of debate joins logical thinking with a deeper understanding of Buddhist philosophy. It is an essential part of monastic education in the Tibetan tradition.
Nuns can attend a month-long debating session and take a step closer to educational equality. Your donation will help with a nun’s expenses so she can attend this important session, once only available to monks.
To donate now
Here’s a short video made a number of years ago by the nuns at Dolma Ling Nunnery about the importance of monastic debate.
To support the annual inter-nunnery debate you can:
- Make a gift online – see below.
- Call our office in Seattle, US at 1-206-652-8901 (Monday-Friday, 8-4)
- Mail a check to:
The Tibetan Nuns Project
(for Debate Scholarships)
815 Seattle Boulevard South #216
Seattle, WA 98134 USA