Geshe

Geshe (Tib. dge bshes, short for dge-ba`i bshes-gnyen, `virtuous friend`; translation of Skt. kalyāņamitra) is a Tibetan Buddhist academic degree for monks and nuns. The degree is emphasized primarily by the Gelug lineage, but is also awarded in the Sakya and Bön traditions. ==History== The title Geshe was first applied to esteemed Kadampa m......
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geshe

1. Degree like Doctor of Theology, awarded by the principal monastic colleges of the GELUGPA tradition. 2. Title of some masters of the Old KADAM tradition.
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Geshe

[woreda] Geshe is one of the woredas in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia. Located at the eastern edge of the Ethiopian highlands in the Semien Shewa Zone, Geshe is bordered on the south by the Menz Gera Midir, on the west and north by the Debub Wollo Zone, and on the east by Antsokiyana Gemza; the Wanchet River defines its western boundary. Th...
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