Robin Kornman on the The Rain of Wisdom

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Robin talks about the Kagyü Gurtso and some of the early history of the Nalanda Translation Committee. Recorded in Milwaukee, circa 2005.

Audio recovery by Alex Meade. Thank you to Andrei Foldes for pointing out the need for audio recovery on this recording.
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Robin Kornman
Robin Kornman -- professor of comparative literature, senior dharma teacher, and member of the Nalanda Translation Committee -- died in 2007. In the decade before his passing, he focused mainly on translating the Epic of Gesar of Ling, now published by Penguin Random House. For more about Robin's life please visit Remembering Robin.