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ta tha' ga ta grub par snang ba la sogs pa las kyi rigs mtha' yas pa - the Tanthagata Siddhyaloka and the countless Tathagatas of the Action Family [RY]

ta tha' ga ta shri bE ro tsa na la sogs pa de bzhin rigs kyi rgyal ba mang po - the Tathagata Shri Vairochana and many other Conquerors of the Tathgata Family [RY]

de bzhin gshegs pa rdo rje'i rigs rnam - the Tathagatas of the Vajra Family [RY]

mi bskyod pa - Akshobhya, Buddha of the Vajra Family. Syn {mi 'khrugs pa} [RY]

tshangs gsar - Tsangsar Family, also referred to as {pha bu bco brgyad} [RY]

tshangs gsar - thangsar Family, also referred to as {pha bu bco brgyad} [IW]

rigs kyi bdag po - Family lord. The chief figure of that particular buddha family [RY]

rigs kyi bdag po - Family lord, individual tantras's chief deity [IW]

rigs kyi bdag po - Family lord [RY]

rigs rnam gnyis - ambhogak ya, 2-fold Buddha, the two types of affinity/ Enlightened Family [The enlightened family which naturally abides {rang bzhin gnas pa'i rigs} and the enlightened family of inner growth {rgyas 'gyur gyi rigs] [IW]

rigs rnam gnyis - sambhogak ya, 2-fold Buddha, the two types of affinity/ Enlightened Family/ gotra [IW]

rigs rnam gnyis - the two types of affinity/ Enlightened Family/ gotra, dvikrama [The enlightened family which naturally abides {rang bzhin gnas pa'i rigs} prak ti hagotra and the enlightened family of inner growth {rgyas 'gyur gyi rigs samud n gotra] [IW]

rigs bzhi - four castes, Four Enlightened Families, according to Ubhaya tantra. four castes. 1) {bram ze} brahman, the priestly caste. 2) {rgyal rigs} ksatriya, the warrior or royal caste, 3) {rje'u rigs} vaisya, the merchant or tradesman caste, 4) {dmangs rigs} sudra, the servant or laborer caste. In addition to the above cited three enlightened families, the Ubhaya tantra adds a fourth which combines the Action Family {las kyi rigs} or karmakula. with the Jewel Family {rin chen rigs} or ratna aula. four enlightened families of Ubhaya tantra; Four Enlightened Families, according to Ubhaya tantra. In addition to the above cited three enlightened families, the Ubhaya tantra adds a fourth which combines the Action Family {las kyi rigs}. or (karmakula. with the Jewel Family {rin chen rigs}. or ratnakula. four castes. 1) {bram ze} brahman, the priestly caste. 2) {rgyal rigs} ksatriya, the warrior or royal caste, 3) {rje'u rigs} vaisya, the merchant or tradesman caste, 4) {dmangs rigs} sudra, the servant or laborer caste [RY]

rigs bzhi - four castes/ Enlightened Families [four castes ; 1) *{bram ze}* - brahman, the priestly caste, 2) *{rgyal rigs}* - ksatriya, the warrior or royal caste, 3) *{rje'u rigs}* - vaisya, the merchant or tradesman caste, 4) *{dmangs rigs}* - sudra, the serwant or laboror caste. In addition to the above cited three enlightened families, the Ubhayatantra adds a fourth which combines the Action Family *{las kyi rigs}* or karmakula with the Jewel Family *{rin chen rigs}* or ratnakula- [Tserig]. sngar rgya gar gyi mi'i rigs rim pa bzhi ste, bram ze'i rigs dang, rgyal rigs, rje rigs, dmangs rigs sam gdol rigs rnams so, rigs so so'i bar gyi dbye mtsams ha cang gsal bas phan tsun bar mnyam du bza' btung dang, 'gro 'ong, sdod gnas, gnyen sgrig sogs byas mi chog pa dang, rigs 'og ma'i mi rnams kyis rigs gong ma'i las ka don gnyer byas mi chog] [IW]

rigs bzhi - four castes/ Enlightened Families [according to Ubhayatantra [four castes ; 1) *{bram ze}* - brahman, the priestly caste, 2) *{rgyal rigs}* - ksatriya, the warrior or royal caste, 3) *{rje'u rigs}* - vaisya, the merchant or tradesman caste, 4) *{dmangs rigs}* - sudra, the serwant or laboror caste In addition to the above cited three enlightened families, the Ubhayatantra adds a fourth which combines the Action Family *{las kyi rigs}* or karmakula with the Jewel Family *{rin chen rigs}* or ratnakula- [Tserig]. sngar rgya gar gyi mi'i rigs rim pa bzhi ste, bram ze'i rigs dang, rgyal rigs, rje rigs, dmangs rigs sam gdol rigs rnams so, rigs so so'i bar gyi dbye mtsams ha cang gsal bas phan tsun bar mnyam du bza' btung dang, 'gro 'ong, sdod gnas, gnyen sgrig sogs byas mi chog pa dang, rigs 'og ma'i mi rnams kyis rigs gong ma'i las ka don gnyer byas mi chog] [IW]

rigs gsum mgon po - Lords of the Three Families, Three Family Lords, Three Protectors. Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani [RY]

rin chen rigs - the Jewel Family [IW]

rin chen rigs - the Jewel Family, ratna family [RY]

rin 'byung - rin chen 'byung gnas - Ratnasambhava. N. of a Buddha, Lord of the Jewel Family [RY]

las kyi rigs - Action Family. Karma family, the action-family; karma/ activity family; the action-family [RY]

las kyi rigs tshogs - Action Family; karma-kula [RY]

gshin rje gshed - Yamantaka. A wrathful form of Manjushri, representing wisdom that subdues death. Among the Eight Sadhana Teachings he is the wrathful buddha of the Body Family. Yamantaka means 'Slayer of Yama,' the Lord of Death. Also named 'Manjushri Body,' {'jam dpal sku} [RY]

gsang chen rigs gcig - Single Family of the Great Secret. Sadhana text of Mahayoga composed by Padmasambhava [RY]