Geshe Nyima Wangchuk (Geshe Lharampa)

Geshe Nyima Wangchuk (Geshe Lharampa)

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Phone no: – 9108421082


Honourable Ven. Nyima Wangchuk was born in a small town called Othok in Lithang county of Tibet. His family was depending on nomadic life and was living a very simple life. When he was young, he attended a Chinese school where he studied basic Chinese, Mathematics etc. His father did not want him to attend Communist school and was convinced to drop out. Since then, he became monk and stayed in monastery for several years. In November 1990, he escaped Tibet and took refuge in India to pursue his further studies in Buddhist philosophy with rest of the monks at Drepung Monastery located at Karnataka state of south India.

In 2007, he attended in the most difficult examination after years of learning, debating and practising Buddhism. Finally, he completed all the classes and graduated with his Geshe Lharampa degree after appearing for so called ‘Geluk Great Exams’ as a distinguished or first division student among thousands of examiners in 2012. In the same year, he continued his further studies in Tantric education at Gyutoe Monastery which is in Himachal Pradesh. There he was titled as the best Ven in tantric studies and won a huge recognition in tantric studies. After graduating all his studies, he worked in many organizations and ended up in lecturing Buddhist, Philosophy and Psychology at Dalai Lala Institute for Higher Education since from 2016.


  • UG – Madhyamika (U -ma) for 2 years

-Abhidharma (Dzod) for 2 years

-Vinaya (Dhuwal) for 2 years

  • PG: –   Karam 1(for 1years)

-Karam 2 (for 1 year)

  • MPhil: – Lob Pun studies (for 2 years)
  • PHD: – Geshe Lharam (Doctorate in Buddhist Philosophy) and (5 major Treaties of Buddhism)

: – Ngagram in Tantric (4 classes of Buddhist Tantra) and (Doctor of Philosophy in Tantra)


–  Published an article on “Buddhist Psychology and its Relevance to Modern Psychological Remedies”

2010 – Attended in Science and Buddhist Philosophy Debate at Emory University, Drepug

2017 – Presenter of National Conference at DIHE – (15 – 17 September)

Secular Ethics Workshop at Sera Organised by CTA – (22nd December)

2018 – Conference on Tibetan Science with Reference to Buddhism – 27th September

2019 – Participated in 5th Young Tibetan Research Scholars’ Conference – 3rd September

600th Anniversary of Je Tsongkhapa’s Nirvana International Conference – 20th December

2023 – Speech on Buddhist Psychology at Mentsekhang


Worked at Drepung Gomang Monastery for more than 14 as a Buddhist Philosophy and Tibetan studies lecturer for hundreds of monks from which many of them graduated and some of them even attained Geshe Lharampa degree.


“Buddhist Philosophy and Psychology”