He is eminently suited to do this as he is not only the current lineage holder of the Martsang Kagyu Order of Tibetan Buddhism (the Martsang lineage was founded by Chöje Marpa-SherabYeshe (1134-1203)) and the reincarnation of the Eleventh Gangri Karma Rinpoche, but also an exceptional scholar of the Dharma who has played a key role internationally exploring the interface of Buddhism with modern science and psychology.
Rinpoche’s Dharma knowledge encompasses the four traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and includes the Kagyu, Nyingma, Gelug and Sakya.
He is the author of many books published in India, Taiwan and Tibet including "A Commentary to the Prajnaparamita Hrdaya Sutra”, which was highly popular and this book has been collected by the library of Tibet in India. A book of “The Bright Mind between Death and Birth” soon to be published in UK.
Rinpoche was recognised on the 11th the reincarnation of the Eleventh Gangri Karma Rinpoche of October 1989 by H.H. Dalai Lama and H.H.Sakya Trizin as a visionary saint and major ‘Siddha’ who has realized the rainbow body; a rare accomplishment recognized as the sign of complete realisation of the Dzogchen view.