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Ga Ngawang Lekpa: 1864-1941 [MR]

Galpo Düpa (gal po bsdus pa). Also named Tantra of the General Accomplishment of Knowledge Mantras (rig sngags spyi'i sgrub lugs kyi rgyud). One of the Eighteen Mahayoga Tantras. [ZL] [RY]

Galpo Tantra (gal po); See also Heruka Galpo Tantra [LW1] [RY]

Galpo Tantra; quotation from; quotation from, see also 'Heruka Galpo Tantra' [LWx] [RY]

Gampo Lha Chukhar (sgam po'i lha chu mkhar). [ZL] [RY]

Gampo Mountain (sgam po ri). Lord Gampopa's seat in Central Tibet. [RY]

Gampo Norbu Gyenpa. (sgam po nor bu rgyan pa). The principal pupil of Rigdzin Jatsön Nyingpo. [Peter Roberts]

Gampo Zangpo Dorje (sgam po bzang po rdo rje, born around 1634, passed away before 1700): 1) he is counted among the chief disciples of Minling Terchen (see GC, vol.4, pp. 118-25 and NS, p.833); 2) he is a disciple of Terton Nyima Trakpa and so is Rigdzin Palden Tashi, the next master in the lineage; 3) Rigdzin Palden Tashi was also a disciple of Nyima Trakpa's son, Gyalse Orgyen Tendzin (rgyal sras o rgyan bstan 'dzin, 1701-27/8) who was the immediate reembodiment of Zangpo Dorje. See GC, vol.4, p.444. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gampopa - The collected writings of Gampopa, Sonam Rinchen (sgam po pa bsod nams rin chen, 1079-1153) comprise two volumes of spiritual instructions, and the famed Jewel Ornament of Liberation (dam chos yid bzhin nor bu thar pa rin po che'i rgyan). Gampopa was born in Nyal, eastern Tibet. He first trained as a physician, hence his name Dagpo Lharje (dwags po lha rje), the Physician of Dagpo (the province in which he spend many years). He renounced the world and became ordained at the age of twenty-six after his wife and two children died in an epidemic. After having studied and practiced the Kadampa teachings, at the age of thirty-two he met and became the foremost disciple of Jetsun Milarepa. His own chief disciples were the first Karmapa Dusum Khyenpa (dus gsum mkhyen pa, 1110-93), Phagmo Drupa Dorje Gyalpo (phag mo gru pa rdo rje rgyal po, 1110-70), and Dharma Wangchuk (dharma dbang phyug, 1100-?). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gampopa (1079-1153) Foremost disciple of Milarepa who possessed both supreme realization and great scholarship. He was the author of The Jewel Ornament of Liberation. More details can be found in The Life of Milarepa and The Rain of Wisdom, Shambhala Publications. [RY]

Gampopa (rje btsun sgam po pa). The great father of all the Kagyu lineages. See 'Life of Milarepa' and 'Rain of Wisdom,' both Shambhala Publications. [RY]

Gampopa (sgam po pa) (1079-1153). Foremost disciple of Milarepa, who possessed both supreme realization and great scholarship. He was the author of The Jewel Ornament of Liberation. After he studied and practiced the Kadampa teachings, at the age of 32 he met Jetsün Milarepa, of whom he was to become the foremost disciple. Among his main disciples were the first Karmapa Düsum Khyenpa and Phagmo Drubpa. [Bardo Guide 91] [RY]

Gampopa Norby Gyenpa: 1599- [MR]

Gampopa, Sönam Richen (sgam po pa bsod nams rin chen), 1079-1153. Born in Nyal, Eastern Tibet, he first trained as a physician, hence his name Dagpo Lharje (dwags po lha rje), the Physician of Dagpo (the name of the province in which he was to spend many years), became ordained at the age of 26 after his two children and wife died in an epidemic. After studied and practiced the Kadampa teachings, at the age of 32 he met Jetsün Milarepa, of whom he was to become the foremost disciple. His main disciples were the first Karmapa Dusum Khyenpa; (dus gsum mkhyen pa), 1110-1170, Phagmo Drupa; (phag mo gru pa rdo rje rgyal po), 1110-1170, Dharma Wangchuk; (dhar ma dbang phyug). [MR]

Gampopa, Sönam Rinchen (dwags po lha rje, bsod nams rin chen) : 1079-1153 [MR]

Gampopa: 1079-1153. [RY]

Ganachakra (tshogs kyi 'khor lo) A feast offering; a practice in which attachment and habitual sense perceptions are transformed into being part of the path. A feast assembly is performed by Vajrayana practitioners to accumulate merit and purify the sacred commitments (samayas).[Primer] [RY]

ganachakra (tshogs kyi 'khor lo) [LW1] [RY]

Ganachakra, feast offering (tshogs kyi 'khor lo). A feast assembly performed by Vajrayana practitioners to accumulate merit and purify the sacred commitments (samayas). [EMP] [RY]

Ganachakra, Wheel of gathering (tshogs kyi 'khor lo). See 'Wheel of gathering.' [RY]

ganachakra; [LWx] [RY]

Gandavyuha (sdong po bkod pa) [LW1] [RY]

Ganden Offering of the Twenty-fifth (dga' ldan lnga mchod): lnga, fifth, being an abbreviation for twenty-fifth) is the yearly offering, at Ganden and other monasteries, commemorating the anniversary of the death of Je Tsongkhapa on the twenty-fifth of the tenth lunar month. Especially, many butter-lamps are offered on the roofs of monasteries and houses when night comes. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gandharva (dri za). 1) A class of sentient being who lives on scents. 2) A type of celestial musicians living on the rim of Mt Sumeru. A 'city of the gandharvas' (gandharva nagara, dri za'i grong khyer) is an imaginary city in the sky, like a fairy castle in the clouds.[Primer] [RY]

Gandharva (dri za). 1] A class of sentient being who lives on scents. 2] A type of celestial musicians living on the rim of Mt Sumeru. [RY]

Gandharva (dri za). Class of celestial spirits, noted for their musical talents. They have healing powers but can also cause insanity. A 'city of the gandharvas' (gandharva nagara, dri za'i grong khyer) is an imaginary city in the sky, like a fairy castle in the clouds. [RY]

gandharva [LW1] [RY]

Gandharva. A mythical spirit that feeds on fragrance and gives forth in a fragrant odor. Gandharvas are Indra's musicians. [RY]

Gandharvas - beings living in the desire realm in cloud-like castles; they are know for their beautiful music. [RY]

Gandharvas (dri za), a class of spirit-gods who have exceedingly melodious voices and who feed on odors alone. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

gandharvas. Gandharvas are from the Indian tradition as are the other three types of beings in the other directions. Literally "smell-eaters" the term is also used in accordance with native Tibetan tradition for disembodied spirits. But here the meaning is the demigods who are the musicians of the samsaric deities. [Peter Roberts]

Gandhavyuha; quotation from [LWx] [RY]

Gandhola, in Tibetan dri gtsang khang, "fragrant mansion", refers to a temple. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Ganesha (tshogs bdag). n. for a Hindu god with an elephant's head, who both creates and removes obstacles, lord (*lhsa) of the troop (gana) of subordinate gods attendant on shiva. His title Vinayaka 'Remover (of obstacles)' is deliberately misinterpreted by Buddhist as 'leader astray' (log 'dren). [RY]

gang zag snyan brgyud - wo1 240 [RY]

Ganga Devi [LW1] [RY]

Gangchentso (gangs chen mtsho). [RY]

Ganges. [RY]

Ganjira, a golden pinnacle, filled with relics and holy scriptures, that is set at the top of monasteries and temples. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gar Drubchen. A Tibetan accomplished master who was an emanation of Nagarjuna. [RY]

Gar. [RY]

Garab Dorje (dga' rab rdo rje) [LW1] [RY]

Garab Dorje (dga' rab rdo rje), Skt. Surati Vajra, Prahevajra, Pramoda Vajra. The incarnation of Semlhag Chen, a god who earlier had been empowered by the buddhas. Immaculately conceived, his mother was a nun, the daughter of King Uparaja (Dhahenatalo or Indrabhuti) of Uddiyana. Garab Dorje received all the tantras, scriptures and oral instructions of Dzogchen from Vajrasattva and Vajrapani in person and became the first human vidyadhara in the Dzogchen lineage. Having reached the state of complete enlightenment through the effortless Great Perfection, Garab Dorje transmitted the teachings to his retinue of exceptional beings. Manjushrimitra is regarded as his chief disciple. Padmasambhava is also known to have received the transmission of the Dzogchen tantras directly from Garab Dorje's wisdom form. Garab Dorje means 'Indestructible joy.' [AL] [RY]

Garab Dorje (dga' rab rdo rje), Skt. Surativajra, Prahevajra, Pramoda Vajra). The incarnation of Semlhag Chen, a god who earlier had been empowered by the buddhas. Immaculately conceived, his mother was a nun, the daughter of King Uparaja (Dhahenatalo or Indrabhuti) of Uddiyana. Garab Dorje received all the tantras, scriptures and oral instructions of Dzogchen from Vajrasattva and Vajrapani in person and became the first human vidyadhara in the Dzogchen lineage. Having reached the state of complete enlightenment through the effortless Great Perfection, Garab Dorje transmitted the teachings to his retinue of exceptional beings. Manjushrimitra is regarded as his chief disciple. Padmasambhava is also known to have received the transmission of the Dzogchen tantras directly from Garab Dorje's wisdom form. [ZL] [RY]

Garab Dorje (dga' rab rdo rje); mention of [LWx] [RY]

Garab Dorje (dga' rab rdo rje, Prahevajra/ Pramoda Vajra). The forefather of the Dzogchen lineage who received the transmission from Vajrasattva. [RY]

Garab Dorje. In order to spread the Dzogchen teachings in our world, the Jambu Continent, Vajrasattva emanated from his heart the deva prince Semlhag Chen who then incarnated in the human world in the family of King Indrabhuti as the child Garab Dorje also known as Rolang Deva. Garab Dorje received all the tantras, scriptures and oral instructions of Dzogchen from Vajrasattva in person and thus became the first human vidyadhara in the Dzogchen lineage. [RY]

Garab Dorje: 55 ? [MR]

Garab Dorje's former life as a god (lha'i bu sems lhag can) - wo1 230; story, dreams etc [RY]

Garab Wangchuk [LW1] [RY]

garbha [LW1] [RY]

garbha; explanation of the word; meaning of; [LWx] [RY]

Garbu Nubkyi Khapho. [RY]

Garbu. [RY]

Garland of Instruction Tantra (man ngag phreng ba'i rgyud). One of the Twenty-five Tantras of the Great Perfection taught by Shri Singha to Vairochana. [ZL] [RY]

Garland of Jewels; expl.; quotation from; [LWx] [RY]

Garland of Jewels; quotation from third Neten Chokling [LW1] [RY]

Garland of Jewels; Ratnavali; (rin chen phreng ba); Nagarjuna, 1st-2nd century. [PK] [RY]

Garland of Rebirths (Skt. Jatakamala, Tib. skye pa'i rabs gyi phreng ba, T 4150) by Aryasura. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Garpön (sgar dpon): one of the two commissioners of Tö (stod sgar dpon) who supervised the four districts (rdzong) and the numerous nomad clans of Ngari (mnga' ris). See Petech, 1973, p.13. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gartse (mgar rtse,) a nomad area near Tsang (gtsang), under Ragya (rwa rgya) Monastery. See AC, vol 2, p. 283. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Garuda (mkha' lding). The mythological bird, able to travel from one end of the universe to the other with a single movement of its wings. It is also known to hatch from the egg fully developed and ready to soar through the sky. [RY]

Garuda (mkha' lding). The mythological bird, able to travel from one end of the universe to the other with a single movement of its wings. It is also known to hatch from the egg fully developed and ready to soar through the sky. [ZL] [RY]

Garuda (nam mkha' lding). A large mythical bird, which eats snakes. [RY] garuda (T: khung) A bird of Indian mythology said to hatch fully grown and hence symbolizes the awakened state of mind. [Rain of Wisdom]

garuda [LW1] [RY]

Garuda bird (bya khyung). The mythological bird, able to travel from one end of the universe to the other with a single movement of its wings. It is also known to hatch from the egg fully developed and ready to soar through the sky. In the Dzogchen teachings, the garuda symbolizes the inner accomplishment of a meditator for whom the spontaneously present qualities of the buddha nature become fully manifest at the moment of death; the attainment of buddhahood occurs simultaneously with leaving the physical body behind. [RY]

Garuda Monastery, Chakyung Gonpa, Thekchen Yönten Dargye Ling (bya khyung theg chen yon tan dar rgyas gling) in Domey (Amdo) was founded by Chöje Dondrup Rinchen (1309-?) following a prediction of Tronyer Chenma (khro gnyer can ma), a wrathful manifestation of Jetsun Drolma. (See AC, vol.II, p.1-45). It has 18 branch monasteries. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Garuda Remedy Sadhana (gnyen po khyung gi sgrub pa). [ZL] [RY]

Garwang Chökyi Drakpa (gar dbang chos kyi grags pa). Probably identical with Chen-ngawa Chökyi Trakpa (spyan snga chos kyi grags pa), the fourth Shamar Rinpoche (1453-1524), a disciple of the Seventh Karmapa, Chödrak Gyamtso.[EMP] [RY]

Gate-keeping pandita (sgo bsrung ba'i pan di ta). At the major monastic institutions in ancient India, it was the custom to nominate competent scholars to the position of defending the view of Buddhism through debate, one at each of the gates in the four directions of the monastery. [ZL] [RY]

Gates, three (T: sgo gsum) Body, speech, and mind. The three gates or modes through which one relates to the phenomenal world. [Rain of Wisdom]

Gateway to Knowledge (mkhas 'jug) by Mipham Rinpoche [LWx] [RY]

Gathering accumulations (tshogs bsags pa). The virtuous practices of perfecting the 'two accumulations' of merit and wisdom. [RY]

Gaush" (ga'u shod). [ZL] [RY]

Gautama {go'u ta ma}. Personal name of the Buddha Shakyamuni. [RY]

Gawalung (dga' ba lung) in Powo (spo bo), Orgyen Dzong (o rgyan rdzong) in Rishö (ri shod), Phugmoche (phug mo che) in Puri (spu ri), Tsechen Drak (rtse chen brag), Sang-ngak Gatsel (gsang sngags dga' tshal) in Tsari (tsa nang), Samye Chimphu (bsam yas mchims phu), Samye Tamdrin Ling (rta mgrin gling), Yamalung (g.ya ma lung) near Samye, Shtö Terdrom or Titro (gzho stod gter sgrom or ti sgro) in Drigung, at Chakpori (lcags po ri), Chuwori (chu bo ri), Dzakar in Upper Dagpo (dwags stod dza dkar), Gyaltago in Lower Dagpo (dwags smad rgyal rta mgo), Karzug Trang in Kongpo (kong po dkar zug 'phrang). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gayagori Sutra (ga ya go ri'i mdo) [LW1] [RY]

Gayagori Sutra (ga ya go ri'i mdo) [LWx] [RY]

Gayagori Sutra, [RY]

Gaylse Sönam Detsen: 17th century [MR]

Gedun Chöpel (dge 'dun chos 'phel): 1905-1951 [MR]

Gedun Drup: 1391-1475. [RY]

Gegtor (bgegs gtor). A torma offering given to spirits and negative forces who may obstruct the sadhana practice. [RY]

Gegyal Sertsa Gon. [RY]

Gegye Jema Temple (dge rgyas bye ma gling). A temple at Samye built by Lady Jangchub Men of Tro, a queen of king Trisong Deutsen. [ZL] [RY]

Gelong (dge slong, Skt. bhikshu) is a fully ordained monk who takes for life the full set of 253 vows. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Gelug (dge lugs pa). The Tibetan school of Buddhism founded by Lord Tsongkhapa as a reformation of the tradition of Atisha Dipamkara. The present head is H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama. [RY]

Gelug (dge lugs). The Tibetan school of Buddhism founded by Lord Tsongkhapa as a reformation of the Kadam tradition of Atisha Dipamkara. The present head is H.H. the 14th Dalai Lama. [Bardo Guide 91] [RY]

Gelug / The dGe lugs school was founded by Tsong kha pa (15th century), a master of the Vinaya lineage who was revered as an incarnation of Manjushri. His Lam rim chen mo, based on Atisha's lam rim texts, became the central focus of the practice and study of this school, which thus assimilated much of the bKa' gdams pa tradition. Tsong kha pa's two main disciples, rGyal tshab rje and mKhas grub rje, continued the lineage. [RY]

Gelugpa / dGe lugs pa - Tibetan school of Buddhism established in the fifteenth century by Tsong kha pa; also known as the new bKa' gdams pa [RY]

Geluk (dge lugs) [LW1] [RY]

Gemang monastery in Dzachuka (rdza chu kha dge mang dgon). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

gems, three (T: nor bu rnam gsum) The three teachings that Tilopa received from Vajrayogini: the tsakali of body, the seed syllable of speech, and the mudra of mind. These correspond to the lineage holder, the path that ripens, and the path that frees. [Rain of Wisdom]

Gendundrub / (dge 'dun grub) - Tibetan master who became a disciple of Tsong kha pa; later recognized as the first Dalai Lama [RY]

General and special preliminaries (@). The general preliminaries are the four contemplations on precious human body, impermanence and death, cause and effect of karma, and the defects of samsara. The special preliminaries are taking refuge, arousing bodhicitta, recitation and meditation of Vajrasattva, mandala offerings, and guru yoga. [RY]

General Discourses (mdo sde); aspect of excellent speech [LW1] [RY]

General ground of samsara and nirvana ('khor 'das kyi spyi gzhi). [RY]

general meaning (spyi don); according to the development stage; among the four modes [LW1] [RY]

general meaning (spyi don); according to the development stage; among the four modes; for people of dull faculties (dbang brtul la spyi don); for people of sharp faculties (dbang rnon la spyi don) [LWx] [RY]

general meaning for people of dull faculties (dbang brtul la spyi don) [LW1] [RY]

general meaning for people of sharp faculties (dbang rnon la spyi don) [LW1] [RY]

General outer preliminaries (thun mong phyi'i sngon 'gro). See preliminaries. [RY]

General outer preliminaries (thun mong phyi'i sngon 'gro). The four contemplations on precious human body, impermanence and death, cause and effect of karma, and the defects of samsara. [RY]

General preliminaries (thun mong gi sngon 'gro). Same as the Four Mind-changings. [RY]

General samayas (spyi'i dam tshig).The general precepts for Hinayana, Mahayana and the three outer tantras. [RY]

General Secret Rite: (gsang ba spyi chog). Also known as gsang ba spyi rgyud. Text 806 in Derge Kangyur. Vol. Wa, pages 141-168. The Sarvamandala Samanyavidhinam Guhya Tantra. No known Sanskrit originial survives, but there are also Chinese and Japanese translations. [Peter Roberts]

general torma offering to the samaya-bound protectors (dam can spyi gtor) is a condensed offering ritual to the protectors of the Mindroling tradition, written by Terdak Lingpa (see above). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

General vehicles (thun mong gi theg pa). Hinayana and Mahayana. Same as the 'common vehicles.' [RY]

General, particular, and additional samayas (spyi khyad par dang lhag pa'i dam tshig). [RY] generation and completion phase practices. Generation phase. Sanskrit: utpattikrama. Tibetan: bskyed rim. This is generally the practice of the visualisation of the deity and its mandala. Completion phase. Sanskrit: sampannakrama. Tibetan: rdzogs rim. Generally the practices that involve the subtle channels and airs within the body, and a direct recognition of the nature of the mind. [Peter Roberts]

Generation phase {bskyed rim}. A yoga to purify one's habitual clingings to the four types of birth by meditating on forms, sounds and thoughts as being the nature of deities, mantras and wisdom. It is also called development stage. [RY]

Generation Phase of the Mahayoga". The Sadhana of the Three Yogas and the Generation Phase of the Mahayoga", to give it its full title. "Yoga-gsum gyi sgrub-thabs dang ma-ha' yo-ga'i bskyed-rim". This is a five folio text, the fourteenth of a compilation of thirty-five texts that make up the Köncho Chidu terma text as in the volume published by Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche. This volume is itself the first of the six volumes of the discovered teachings of Rigdzin Jatson Nyingpo. They are accompanied in this edition by a seventh volume of related texts by other masters, including this commentary by Jamgön Kongtrül. The quotation given here occurs on page 3a, lines four to six, this being page 207 of the whole volume. It is preceded by these lines: "The mantra recitation: Om ah vajra guru padma siddhi hum. By reciting these words uninterruptedly, the divine assemblies of Vidyadharas will choicelessly bless you. This is because all the blessings of my, Padma's mind have merged into these three letters." [Peter Roberts]

generosity (sbyin pa); four impure aspects; four objects; four pure aspects; of bestowing fearlessness; of giving Dharma teachings; of giving material things [LW1] [RY]

generosity; expl.; four impure aspects; expl.; four objects; four pure aspects; expl.; of bestowing fearlessness; of giving Dharma teachings; of giving material things [LWx] [RY]

Geney (dge gnas). [ZL] [RY]

Genyen (dge bsnyen). [ZL] [RY]

Genyen Borang. [RY]

Geru [LW1] [RY]

Geshe (dge bshes), a high academic degree in Buddhist philosophy. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Geshe (dge bshes). 1) A spiritual teacher according to the Mahayana teachings. 2) A learned teacher according to the Kadam and Gelug traditions. [RY]

Geshe (dge bshes). 1) A spiritual teacher according to the Mahayana teachings. 2) A learned teacher according to the Kadam and Gelug traditions.[EMP] [RY]

geshe (T: dge bshes; abbreviation for dge ba'i bshes gnyen; S: kalyana mitra; spiritual friend) A title given in recognition of scholarly and meditative accomplishment primarily by the Gelukpa school of Tibetan Buddhism. [Rain of Wisdom]

Geshe Cha-yulwa (dge bshes bya yul ba). (1075-1138). Also known as Shönnu Ö (gzhon nu 'od), this early master in the Kadam lineage was one of the teachers of Gampopa, the great Kagyü master.[EMP] [RY]

Geshe Gonpa; (dge shes dgon pa dbang phyug rgyal mtshan), one of the four great spiritual sons of Atisha. He Came from Kham rus 'dzongs was endowed with higher perceptions and miraculous powers. Stayed at Radreng. Lived seventy years. [MR]

Geshe Karak Gomchung; (dge shes kha rag sgom chung) was one the most perfect example of a renunciant who has given up all other activities beside spiritual practice. Thinking of the impeding coming of death, he would not even cut steps to and remove thorny bushes at the entrance of his cave, thinking what a waste of time this would have been he if were to die the same day. He was famous for his unlimited compassion. His Seventy Exhortations (ang yig bdun bcu pa), are said to condense the essence of the Kadampa teachings. He was the foremost disciple of Geshe Gonpa; (dge shes dgon pa), and among his own students were Ngul Tön; (rngul ston) and Dharma Kyap; (dhar ma skyaps). [MR]

Geshe Potowa, Rinchen Sal; also known as Rinchen Sal (po to ba rin chen gsal), 1031-1105, one of the Three Brothers, the three main disciples of Dromtönpa;. About his disciples see DZ Vol.3 pp. 439/6-440. [MR]

Gewa Namrol. [RY]

Ghosts (mi min). [RY]

Ging (ging). [ZL] [RY]

ging [LW1] [RY]

Gingchen Sogdak (ging chen srog bdag). [ZL] [RY]

Giving and taking (gtong len). A bodhicitta practice of giving one's virtue and happiness to others and taking their suffering and misdeeds upon oneself. [RY]

Giving Refuge, abhaya mudra, (skyabs sbyin). Hand gesture similar to Boon-granting but with the hand the other way up, i.e. palm outward, fingers extended parallel pointing upwards. [RY]

Glacier Rock Sky Mountain (mkha' ri gangs brag). [ZL] [RY]

Glang-dar-ma - Brother of Ral-pa-can who persecuted the Sangha in cen­tral Tibet during a five year reign, initiating a period of anarchy and disruption. [Tarthang]

Glorious and Spontaneous Fulfillment of Boundless Wishes (dpal bsam yas lhun gyis grub pa). [ZL] [RY]

Glorious Black Goddess (dpal ldan lha mo nag mo). [ZL] [RY]

Glorious Black Protector (dpal mgon nag po). [ZL] [RY]

Glorious Blazing Wrathful Goddess Tantra (dpal 'bar ba khro mo'i rgyud). A Mahayoga scripture. A tantra of this name is found in PA of the Nyingma Gyübum. [ZL] [RY]

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