Tibetan Buddhism is a religion with a rich culture that emerged from a wide range of practices, which include the complete scope of the Buddha’s teachings from the Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana. One of the renowned masters of this religion is Milarepa. Magician, yogi, poet, hermit - many names have been attributed to this most famous figure of Tibet’s history. This Himalayan saint lived from 1052 to 1135 and his story of personal redemption has continued to be an inspiration to many generations. Through songs called dohas, Milarepa imparted divine teachings on spiritual devotion and wisdom.