Brahmin Saraha

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bram ze chen po - Great Brahmin Saraha; Great Brahmin [RY]

bram ze chen po sa ra ha - great Brahmin Saraha [RY]

klu sgrub - expounder of the madhyamaka school, Nagarjuna (also in Guhyasamaja tradition transmitted by mahasiddha Saraha) [JV]

bka' brgyud - Kagyü. The lineage of teachings brought to Tibet by Lord Marpa, received from the dharmakaya buddha Vajradhara by the Indian siddha Tilopa, Saraha, and others. Transmitted by Naropa and Maitripa to the Tibetan translator Marpa, the lineage was passed on to Milarepa, Gampopa, Karmapa and others. The main emphasis is on the path of means which is the Six doctrines of Naropa, and the path of liberation which is the Mahamudra instructions of Maitripa [RY]

bka' babs bzhi - the four special lineages/transmissions; 1) {sgyu lus 'pho ba'i bka' babs: the yoga of illusory body and consciousness transference} 2) {rmi lam gyi bka' babs} the yoga of dreams} 3) {'od gsal gyi bka' babs} the yoga of clear light mind} 4} {gtum mo'i bka' babs}: the yoga of psychic heat. Tilopa's four ordinary special transmissions 1} 1 (mahamudra, from Saraha, lohipa, dharikapa, and dingkipa. Tilo taught that he received these teachings from dingkipa. 2) father tantra, from Bodhisattva ratnamati, nagarjuna, and matangi tilo taught that he received these teachings from matangi 3) mother tantra, from sumati, shinglopa, thanglopa, and karnaripa. tilopa taught that he heard these teachings from karnaripa. 4) luminosity and non-duality, is from Viravapa, dombhipa, bhinasa, lavapa, and indrabodhi. Tilopa taught that he received these teachings from indrabodhi. the four extraordinary special transmissions: 1 candali and dream from Krsnacarya two illusory body and father tantra from nagarjuna. three luminosity and non-duality from Lavapa four mother tantra, ejection, and bardo from sumati Samantabhadri.] [IW]

bka' bzhi brgyud pa - 1) Four Transmitted Precepts. 2) the lineage of. 3) The transmitted precepts of the Great Seal which descended through Vajrapani. 4) Saraha. 5) Lohipa. 6) Dharikapa. 7) Ding-gi-pa. 8) Tilopa. 9) the transmitted precepts of the Father Tantras which descended through Guhyapati. {sa bcu dbang phyug blo gros rin chen}. 10) Nagarjuna. 11) Matangipa. 12) Tilopa. 13) the transmitted precepts of the Mother Tantras which descended through Sumati Samantabhadri. {thang lo pa, shing lo pa}. 14) Karnaripa, and Tilopa. 15) the transmitted precepts of inner radiance which descended through Vajrapani. Dombi Heruka, Bi-na-sa, Lawapa, Indrabhuti and Tilopa [RY]

bka' bzhi brgyud pa - the four lineages of precepts of; 1) mahamudra through Vajrapani, Saraha, Lohipa, Dharikapa, Dinggi pa, Tilopa 2) father tantra which descended through guhyapati {sa bcu dbang phyug blo gros rin chen}, N g rjuna 11) Matang pa, Tilopa 3) mother tantra which descended through Sumati Samantabhadr, {thang lo pa}, {shing lo pa}, Karnaripa, and Tilopa four inner radiance which descended through vajrapani, domb heruka, binasa, lawapa, indrabhuti and tilopa (refer to gyalwang kunga paljor, bka'-brgyud chos-'byung punakha ed, and e g smith, introduction to bka'-brgyud gser-phreng, p three = {bka' babs bzhi}.] [IW]

rgyal po do ha - the Songs for the King, by Saraha [RY]

do ha skor gsum - Doha Khorsum; the three mains "songs of realization" told by the Mahasiddha Saraha. The Doha for the King, the Doha for the Queen, and the Doha for the Subjects [RY]

do ha gsum - the three collections of dohas [Songs by the Indian mahasiddha saraha, rgyal po do ha dang, blon po do ha, dmangs do ha bcas gsum, or also do ha mdzod, rgyal po do ha, btzun mo do ha. las dang po Saraha'i gsung yin la phyi ma gnyis are by the bal po aa sas so But"n teaches] [IW]

do ha gsum - the three dohas [the king's queen's and people's dohas by Saraha] [IW]

dpal gyi ri - Sri Parvata, [the abode of Saraha) [RY]

dpal gyi ri - Sri parvata [the abode of Saraha, mt in S India where Nagarjuna spent his last days, mountain and monastery in tsang] [IW]

dpal mda' bsnun - Shri Saraha [RY]

bu rgyud - scion, descendant, heir, successor, lineage son, offspring, inheritor; {sa ra ha'i bu rgyud} a son of Saraha's lineage [RY]

bram ze chen po - Great Brahmin. See 'Saraha.' [RY]

bram ze chen po - Great Brahmin Saraha; Great Brahmin [RY]

bram ze chen po sa ra ha - great Brahmin Saraha [RY]

bram se chen po - great brahmin Saraha [IW]

bla mas smras pa gang gi snying zhugs pa - lag pa'i mthil du gnas pa'i gter mthong 'dra - The master's words, having entered your heart, Are like seeing a treasure in the palm of your hand. By Saraha;the Indian mahasiddha [RY]

blon po'i do ha - Doha for the Minister, by Saraha [RY]

blon po'i do ha - Minister Dohas [one of Saraha's three collections of songs] [IW]

mi zad pa'i gter mdzod man ngag gi glu - the inexhaustible treasury instruction song, the "Queen Doha" by Saraha [RY]

mi zad pa'i gter mdzod man ngag gi glu - the inexhaustible treasury instruction song, the Queen Doha by Saraha [IW]

dmangs do ha - Common people dohas [one of Saraha's do ha gsum [IW]

zla grags - Candrakirti (7th century Madhyamaka also in Guhyasamaja tradition transmitted by mahasiddha Saraha) [JV]

ri khrod dbang phyug - {sha ba ri} Lord Shavari, a disciple of Saraha. Lord of Hermits, heart son of Nagarjuna. Syn {sha ba ri} Lord Shavari, a disciple of Saraha. Lord of Hermits, heart son of Nagarjuna [RY]

sha ba ri pa - Shavaripa. A great Indian master and the guru of Saraha [RY]

sa ra ha - Saraha [IW]

sa ra ha - {dpal sa ra ha pa} Saraha [RY]

sa ra ha - Saraha. One of the mahasiddhas of India and a master in the Mahamudra lineage. See 'The Royal Songs of Saraha,' Shambhala Publications [RY]

sa ra ha pa mda' mkhan kyi tshul du yod pa - Saraha lived as an arrow smith [RY]

sa ra has kyang - as Saraha says: [RY]