Definition funny of Tulku:

urbanA word used to mean anything you want. Can be used as a space filler if you dont know what to say. May also be used if you dont have anything better to say.

urbanHey Jason, bring me that uhhh....tulku. Dang I cant find that tulku.

urbanA tulku is a high-ranking lama, or holy man, of the Tibetan Buddhist religion. The famous Dalai Lama is a tulku; the rank is roughly equivalent to an archbishop or a cardinal of the Catholic church. All tulkus are lamas, just as all cardinals are priests, but not all lamas are tulkus. The vast majority of tulkus and other lamas are men, although there are a few women. Reincarnation (the idea that all living things die, then return to life in a new form) is central to Tibetan Buddhism. Tulkus are believed to be the only living beings who are able to know and choose in advance the form and manner in which their spirit will be reborn on Earth. In addition to being reborn many times, and accumulating wisdom in the process, tulku and other Tibetan holy men are also believed to be ongoing, earthly manifestations of bodhisattvas. (Bodhisattvas are semi-divine beings, who symbolize and teach Buddhist spiritual values; they are roughly equivalent to major saints of the Catholic church.) 'Tulku: A Tale of Modern Ninja' is also a very cool book, written by Stephen K. Hayes in 1985 (Contemporary Books, ISBN number 978-0809253326). It is a kick-ass espionage story, and a fun way to learn more about eastern martial arts and the Buddhist traditions of Tibet.

urbanSupplicant: "O wise tulku, isn't there some fast and easy way to reach enlightenment? My flight leaves this afternoon, and I'm kind of in a hurry ..." Tulku: "If I weren't the living embodiment of the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the pinnacle of mercy and compassion, I would kick your lazy ass so hard you wouldn't need to catch a flight."


Songs about Tulku:

songsRoad to Tulku's Palace by Inlakesh from the Album The Dreaming Gate

songsHeart Mantra of Tulku by Akarpa Rinpoche from the Album Awakening Mind ? III

songsLong Life Prayer of Lama Namdrol Tulku (Bonus Track) [feat. Valerie Lin & Evina Chen] by Face the Music from the Album The Swift Refuge

songsTulku by Marc Marzenit from the Album Maya & Tulku EP

songsTulku's Palace (Remix) by DJ Free & Inlakesh from the Album Entering Dreamtime

songsTulku by Tomasz Gwinci?ski / Loco Richter / Arkadiusz Skolik from the Album Gwincinski / Richter / Skolik

songsTulku by Maestro Trytony from the Album Enoptronia


Books about Tulku:

booksTulku by Peter Dickinson (May 1, 1993)

booksBlazing Splendor: The Memoirs of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche by Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche (Aug 19, 2005)

booksChange of Heart: The Bodhisattva Peace Training of Chagdud Tulku by Chagdud Tulku and Lama Shenpen Drolma (Nov 2003)

booksTulku: A Novel of Modern Ninja by Stephen K. Hayes (Sep 1985)

booksIncarnation: The History and Mysticism of the Tulku Tradition of Tibet by Tulku Thondup (Aug 9, 2011)


booksGates to Buddhist Practice (The Living Dharma Series : the Oral Teachings of Chagdud Tulku) by Chagdud Tulku (Jul 1, 1993)


Movies about Tulku:

moviesTulku 2011 G - Runtime: 1 hr 16 mins Starring: Gesar Mukpo, et al. Directed by: Gesar Mukpo


Wiki information Tulku:


Tulku is an honorary title given to a lama recognised in Tibetan Buddhism as reincarnate, either by physical resemblance to an enlightened being or through connection to certain qualities of an enlightened being. According to Tulku Thondup, there are...

Documentary Film, Film

Tulku is a 2009 documentary film, written and directed by Gesar Mukpo. The film details the personal experiences of five young Western men who were identified in childhood as being tulkus, or reincarnated Tibetan Buddhist masters. For over 700 years...


Facebook pages same name Tulku:

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