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CLIP 8373

Tibetan Buddhist beliefs about life after death (pt 1/2)

Tibetan Buddhist beliefs about life after death (pt 1/2)
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Key Info
  • Tibetan Buddhist beliefs about life after death (pt 1/2)
  • Duration: 02:45
  • An exploration of Tibetan Buddhist beliefs about life after death. Presenter Reverend Peter Owen-Jones visits the Tibetan Buddhist monastery at Jonsom in Nepal to find out about Buddhist beliefs, and learns about karma, rebirth and nirvana.
  • Subject:

    Religious Education

       Topic:

    Buddhism

  • Keywords: Buddhist, Buddhism, meditation, karma, rebirth, nirvana, monk, monastery, Tibetan, Nepal, Peter Owen-Jones
Ideas for use in class
  • Students with questions about Eastern beliefs about life after death could use this to find out key information. Together with clip 2 in this set, they could compare their own way of life with that of the young Buddhist monk.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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