Here are the links to posts, research and translations on Kālacakra.


Kālacakra Texts



The ‘vajra descending’ and ‘authentic completion stage’: the 8th Karmapa and Taranatha on the meaning of ‘vajra’; and ‘non-conceptual primordial awareness’

Ultimate ‘ecstatic union’: the meaning and role of ‘erotic bliss’ in tantra and Kālacakra

The meaning of ‘innate’ (lhan skyes) in generation stage Kālacakra

The Seventeen Lineages of the Kālacakra Six Vajra-Yogas

NEW: Colour and scale images of the Kālacakra Worldly Cosmos according to Jetsun Tāranātha and Bamda Gelek Gyatso

The Chariot that Transports One to the Four Kāyas by Bamda Gelek Gyatso: the Common Preliminaries of Kālacakra

Contemporary Jonang Kalacakra Masters and Dharma Centres

Visiting Vikramashila-Bihar, Nepal: the forgotten and neglected Kālacakra pilgrimage site of Kālacakra lineage holder and Indian master, Vibhūticandra

Vanaratna, the Six Yogas of Kālacakra and the Śāntapurī Vihāra, Swayambhūnath

A memoriam and tribute to Kālacakra scholar, translator and calendar expert: Edward Henning (1949-2016)

Kālacakra as the ‘ultimate pinnacle’ of all the tantras: Jetsun Tāranātha and 8th Karmapa, Mikyo Dorje


Sakya and Kālacakra: the Galo, Śākyaśrī and Vajrayogini lineages and contemporary master, Chogye Rinpoche


The Nyingma Lineage and Kālacakra

Karma Kagyu

The Karmapas and Kālacakra

The ‘nature’ and ‘meaning’ of mantra, tantra and the ten-syllables in Kālacakra by Jamgon Kongtrul

Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye (1813-1899) and Kālacakra, PLUS new english language translation of Kongtrul’s ‘Innate Kālacakra’ text

Kālacakra and the 3rd Jamgon Kongtrul: record of an empowerment and teaching

HE 12th Gyaltsab Rinpoche: ‘Liberating All by Knowing One’ and Kalacakra

Murder plots, omens, black magic and Kālacakra: Tantric hero Jamgon Kongtrul’s dangerous first trip to Jonang monastery

Part I: The Dagpo Kagyu lineage holders of Dro/Jonang Kālacakra

Part Two: Kagyu masters of the Jamgon Kongtrul lineage of Dro/Jonang Kālacakra

The Karma Kagyu and Kālacakra: ‘forgotten lineages and texts’: Tsami and Rechungpa