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The story seems founded on the Brahmanical legend of Indra (Jupiter) obtaining from the sea the talismanic banner which conferred victory over his enemies; cf. Its local genii are the Five nymphs of long Life (Ts'erin-ma), whose images, accompanied by that of Hayagriva, guard the entrance. A Dictionary of Japanese Buddhist Terms: Based on References in Japanese Literature. Khentrul Rinpoche is a Vajra Master of the Jonang Kalachakra Tradition and known for his pure morality, extensive learnings and deep compassion.

Pages: 176

Publisher: Dudjom Buddhist Association (July 18, 2007)

ISBN: 9889981157

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Kim-sheng died during an outbreak of smallpox sometime between 739 and 741. The rise of anti-Buddhist factions in Tibet following the death of the Chinese princess began to blame the epidemic on the support of Buddhism by the king and queen. [14] This forced the monks to flee once again; first to Gandhara, and then to Kosambi in central India where the monks apparently ended up quarrelling and slaughtering each other. [15] Padmasambhāva, founder of the Nyingmapa, the earliest school of Tibetan Buddhism; note the wide-open eyes, characteristic of a particular method of meditation [16] Tibetan king Khri srong lde btsan (742–797) invited the Chan master Mo Ho Yen (和尚摩訶衍) (whose name consists of the same Chinese characters used to transliterate “ Mahayana ”) (Tibetan: Hwa shang Mahayana) to transmit the Dharma at Samye Monastery pdf. Nyingma. the free encyclopedia http://en. 1800-). the proper object of scholarship.org/wiki/Nyingma decentralized and often decisions are made in an oligarchy or community of the senior sangha within a given jurisdiction or locale.[8] For Zhenga and his followers. Meditations on Living, Dying and Loss: The Essential Tibetan Book of the Dead.

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