26th October 1974. Budapest, Hungary
Philosopher - TKBF
Anthropologist - ELTE BTK
Literature and Linguistics Graduate - ELTE BTK DELL
Institution: Eötvös Lóránd University of Sciences
Faculty of Arts (ELTE BTK)
The Gates of Dharma Buddhist College (TKBF)
Northern-India (1995), South-Tunisia (1996), Ladakh-Zanskar-Nepal (1998)
] I received scientific and
traditional education for four years at the Gates of Dharma Buddhist College in
Budapest, where I specialized on the study of Buddhist philosophy and Eastern
thought. I also studied philosophy of religion specializing on Indian culture
and Indian religions. I wrote my thesis on Hindu Tantra.
- As a teacher of the Buddhist College I have been giving lectures since
Check out the Gates of Dharma Buddhist College Website
] I have studied Cultural
Anthropology at the ELTE BTK specializing on anthropology of religion,
regionally concentrating on Middle- and South-Asia, more specifically India,
Nepal, and Tibet. Asian religious phenomena lay in the focus of my studies
(especially the intersections of Buddhism and Hinduism), therefore my research
area is the religious customs and believes of Indian and Nepalese culture. I
wrote my thesis on the Cult of Siva.
- As a lecturer of the Cultural Anthropology
Department I have been giving lectures since 1997.
] I have studied English
Literature and Linguistics at the ELTE BTK specializing on British literature
and British culture. I wrote my thesis on the Visionary Poetry of William Blake.
] I have been teaching English as a foreign language at the Danubius Language School since 1995. In 1997 I participated in the post graduate education of teachers organized by the PHARE-Program. Since 1998 I take part in the testing process of the ECL Language Certificate supervised by the European Community.
Check out the Danubius Language School Website
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