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Karmey Khenpo Rinchen Dargye. [RY]

Karmey Khenpo. [RY]

Karmey Monastery. [RY]

Karmey Pelbeu. [RY]

karmic action; three kinds of; [LWx] [RY]

Karmic bardo of becoming (srid pa las kyi bar do). The period from emerging in a mental body until entering a womb at the moment of conception. [RY]

Karmic continuity of former practice (sngon sbyangs kyi las 'phro). The continuity of Dharma practice from the previous life. [RY]

Karmic result, karmically governed rebirth (vipaka, (las kyi) rnam par smin pa). that result of an action which consists of a particular state of rebirth. [RY]

Karmo Taktsang [LW1] [RY]

Karmo Taktsang. [RY]

Karmo Taktsang; [LWx] [RY]

Karpo Drak. [RY]

Karpo Tsacho. [RY]

Karsey Kongtrül (ka sras kong sprul). The reincarnation of Jamgön Kongtrül the First who was born as the son of Khakyab Dorje, the 15th Karmapa. [RY]

Karsey Kongtrül (kar sras kong sprul), Jamgön Palden Khyentse Öser [LW1] [RY]

Karsey Kongtrül; [LWx] [RY]

Kasarpani City of Oddiyana. The historical kingdom of Oddiyana was situated in what is now the Swat valley of north Pakistan. To enter it one must cross a high pass, and is still described as being like a hidden paradise. It is at present teeming with Buddhist ruins, and in the seventh century a Chinese pilgrim described it as being permeated by the sound of temple gongs all day. Though the monastic institutions were practically terminated following the Hun invasions of the early seventh century it became the principal centre for the early Tantras and the practice of Mahasandhi. Most Tantras from the later Tibetan schools were also first obtained In Oddiyana by Indian mahasiddhas. It was said to be where the storehouse of the Tantra texts, as yet unknown in this world, was located. It is often described as the land of the dakinis, and when a dakini is practiced, she is usually invited from that area. Kasarpani means "masters of space", and is referring to the city of dakinis and dakas in Oddiyana. [Peter Roberts]

Kasarpani costume. Kasarpani costume: This is the usual costume of the sambhogakaya deities, with its various silk garments and precious jewellery. The name "kasarpani" means someone who has space in his power, a master of space, who employs or uses space, and is sometimes translated into Tibetan as mkha' spyod, and sometimes, as in this case kept in its original Sanskrit. [Peter Roberts]

Kasarpani. [RY]

Kashyapa the Elder ('od srungs bgres po). [ZL] [RY]

Kathang (bka' thang). 'Chronicles.' Usually refers to the biographies of Padmasambhava concealed as terma treasures. [ZL] [RY]

Kathang Sertreng (bka' thang gser phreng). See Golden Garland Chronicles [LW1] [RY]

Kathang Sertreng [LWx] [RY]

Kathang Sheldragma (bka' thang shel brag ma). See Crystal Cave Chronicles [LW1] [RY]

Kathang Sheldragma [LWx] [RY]

Kathog Getse Mahapandita, Gyurme Tsewang Chodrup ('gyur med tshe dbang mchog grub): born 1764? [MR]

Kathog Rigdzin Tsewang Norbu (rigs 'dzin tshe dbang nor bu): 1698-1755. [MR]

Kathog Situ Chökyi Gyatso (si tu chos kyi rgya mtsho): 1880-1925 [MR]

Kathog Situ, Chökyi Gyatso (ka thog si tu chos kyi rgya mthso): ?-1913 or 1880-1925 (TT) [MR]

Kathok (kah thog) Early rNying ma monastery; restored in seventeenth century [RY]

Katok [LW1] [RY]

Katok Ongtrul. [RY]

Katok Situ Pandita Orgyen Chökyi Gyatso [LW1] [RY]

Katok. [RY]

Kaurava. One of the four sub-continents. [RY]

kavali (Skt.). [ZL] [RY]

Kawa Dorje Chang Wang (ka ba rdo rje 'chang dbang), also called Kathok Dorje Wangpo (ka thog rdo rje dbang po), is one of the Four Sons of Kathok (ka thog bu bzhi) who where contemporaries of King Trisong Detsen. Dorje Chang Wang came to Amdo and meditated at Chuchik Shel where he attained the rainbow body. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Kawa Paltseg / sKa ba dPal brtsegs raksita - Direct disciple of both Padmasambhava and Shantarakshita; important translator [RY]

Kawa Paltsek (ska ba dpal brtsegs). Direct disciple of both Padmasambhava and Shantarakshita; important contributor to the translation of the Tibetan Tripitaka and the Nyingma Gyübum. Born in Phen Valley, he became an eminent translator in accordance with a prophesy by Padmasambhava and took ordination from Khenpo Bodhisattva among the seven first Tibetan monks. He received Vajrayana teachings from the great master Padma and attained unimpeded clairvoyance. [ZL] [RY]

Kawa Paltsek (ska ba dpal brtsegs). Direct disciple of both Padmasambhava and Shantarakshita; important contributor to the translation of the Tibetan Tripitaka and the Nyingma Gyübum. Born in Phen Valley, he became an eminent translator in accordance with a prophecy by Padmasambhava, and was among the first seven Tibetan monks ordained by Shantarakshita. He received Vajrayana teachings from the great master Padma and attained unimpeded clairvoyance. Kawa is a place name and Paltsek means 'Mountain of resplendence.'[AL] [RY]

Kawa Paltsek. A translator, he translated numerous texts from Sanskrit into Tibetan at Samye during the reign of King Trisong Detsen, and became the principal translator at Samye. He was a disciple of Padmasambhava and Shantarakshita. He was one of the first seven people ordained by Shantarakshita. He also helped reinstate Vairochana, after Vairocana was exiled to Tshaba Rong. Vairocana was accused of having received impure teachings from India. He is the author of 1. "Manual of Key Buddhist Terms, Categorization of Buddhist Terminology with Commentary." (lo tsa ba ka ba dpal brtsegs kyis mdzed pa'i chos kyi rnam grangs dang, chos kyi rnam grangs kyi brjed byang bzhuks so) 2. Seventeenfold Appearance of the Sequence of the View, lta rim snang ba bcu bdun pa [RY]

Kawa Paltsek [LW1] [RY]

Kawa Paltsek [LWx] [RY]

Kawading. [RY]

Kaya (sku). 'Body' in the sense of a body or embodiment of numerous qualities. [RY]

Kaya (sku). The 'Bodies' of a Buddha, usually counted as three, sometimes, to make four Kayas, the Dharmakaya is divided into two, the jnana dharma kaya or Dharmakaya of Wisdom-knowledge and the Svabhavika kaya or 'Natural Body', respectively the Buddha's Mind and its Ultimate Nature. [RY]

KAYAS (sku). 'Body' in the sense of a body or embodiment of numerous qualities. When speaking of two kayas: dharmakaya and rupakaya. The three kayas are dharmakaya, sambhogakaya and nirmanakaya. See also 'three kayas.'[AL] [RY]

Kayas (sku). See 'three kayas'.[Primer] [RY]

Kayas and wisdoms (sku dang ye shes). The four kayas and five wisdoms. [RY]

kayas and wisdoms (sku dang ye shes); five wisdoms; four kayas; pure dependent phenomena [LW1] [RY]

kayas and wisdoms; as pure dependent phenomena; expl. [LWx] [RY]

kayas. See kayas and wisdoms [LW1] [RY]

Kayas; (sku): Various aspects, or states of buddhahood. One recognizes two, three, four or five kayas. Two Kayas: Dharmakaya, the absolute body, and Rupakaya, the body of form. Three Kayas: The Dharmakaya, or absolute body, the Sambhogakaya, or body of divine enjoyment, and the Nirmanakaya, or manifested body. These correspond to the mind, speech and body of an enlightened buddha, and are expressed as the five wisdoms. Four Kayas: The Svabavikakaya, or essential body, is to be added to the three former ones, and represents their inseparability. Five Kayas: To the Three Kayas one adds the avikaravajrakaya, "Unchanging Vajra Body," and the Abhi SamBodhi Kaya, "Body of Total Enlightenment." [MR]

kayas; expl. [LWx] [RY]

Kazi Bhimsen Thapa ruled as prime minister of Nepal for thirty-one years (1806-37) under three successive kings. When Shabkar wrote his letter, King Rajendra Bikram Shah (1816-81, dethroned in 1847) was an infant, and the power was in the hands of Bhimsen Thapa and the regent queen grandmother, Tripura Sundari. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Kegon - Japanese hua-yen school, introduced in eight century [RY]

Kegon - Japanese Hua-yen school, introduced in eighth century. [Tarthang]

Kela Chokling [LW1] [RY]

Kela Chokling. [RY]

Kela Monastery [LW1] [RY]

Kela Monastery. [RY]

Kela. [RY]

Key That Opens One Hundred Doors to Accomplishment [LW1] [RY]

Key that Opens One Hundred Doors to Accomplishment; [LWx] [RY]

Key-like Wheel of Magic ('khrul 'khor lde'u mig lta bu). Text belonging to the Sadhana Section of Mahayoga composed by Guru Rinpoche. [ZL] [RY]

Kha byang - see gter ma. [RY]

Kha Dampa Desheg, Sherab Senge?= (shes rab seng ge), founder of Kathok: 1122-1192 [MR] Khachöma (mkha' spyod ma, Skt. Khecari) is an aspect of the wisdom dakini extensively practiced in the Sakya and Geluk traditions. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Khadira (seng ldeng). Acacia catechu, a tree with very hard wood used for the points of ploughshares, the axle-pins of chariots, amulets, etc. Its resin is used medicinally. [RY]

Khakhyab Dorje, Karmapa XV: 1871-1922 [MR]

Khakhyab Dorje. See Karmapa [LW1] [RY]

Khakyab Dorje (mkha' khyab rdo rje). 1871-1922. The fifteenth Karmapa. One of the predicted lineage holders of Chokgyur Lingpa's termas. See 'The History of the Karmapas, Prajna Press.' [RY]

Khakyab Rangjung Dorje (mkha' khyab rang byung rdo rje). Same as Khakyab Dorje. [RY]

Khala Cliff (kha la brag). [ZL] [RY]

Khala Rong-go [LW1] [RY]

Khala Rong-go; [LWx] [RY]

Kham [RY]

Kham (khams) A province in eastern Tibet. [Rain of Wisdom]

Kham (khams). See also Tibet and Kham [LW1] [RY]

Kham (khams). The eastern provinces of Tibet. [RY]

Khampa Dorgyal (khams pa rdor rgyal). Phagmo Drupa; Dorje Gyalpo (phag mo gru pa rdo rje rgyal po), (1110-1170): [RY]

Khamsum Copper Temple (khams gsum zangs khang gling). A temple at Samye built by Lady Margyen of Tsepang, a queen of king Trisong Deutsen. [ZL] [RY]

Khamtrul III, Ngawang Kunga Tenzin: 1680 [MR]

Khamtrul Karma Tenphel 1rst : 1598-1638 [MR]

Khamtrul Rinpoche. [RY]

Khamtrul VIII, Dongyu Nyima: 1930-1979 [MR]

khanda permit A travel permit. [Rain of Wisdom]

Khandro Bumdzong. [RY]

Khandro Gongdu Nyingpo. [RY]

Khandro Gongdu. [RY]

Khandro Kunga Bum: 14** [MR]

Khandro Kunga Bum: 14. [RY]

Khandro Nyingthig {mkha' gro snying thig}. The Heart-drop of the Dakinis. This is the Dzogchen teaching that was given by Guru Rinpoche to King Trisong Detsen's dying daughter, Lhacham Pema Tsel at Samye Chimphu. [RY]

Khandro Nyingtig (mkha' 'gro snying thig). Khandro Nyingtig means 'Heart Essence of the Dakinis.' A profound collection of Dzogchen teachings transmitted through Padmasambhava to Princess Pema Sal. Is included within the famous Nyingtig Yabshi. [AL] [RY]

Khandro Sanglam. [RY]

Khandro Yangthig {mkha' 'gro yang thig}. Part of the Fourfold Heart Essence {snying thig ya bzhi), which is the most profound cycle of Great Perfection teachings written by Longchen Rabjam. [RY]

Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal (mkha' 'gro ye shes mtsho rgyal). See Yeshe Tsogyal. [ZL] [RY]

Kharchen; clan [LW1] [RY]

Kharchu at Lhodrak (lho brag mkhar chu). The retreat place of Padmasambhava's mind. It is situated one day's walk from Lord Marpa's house in Lhodrak. [ZL] [RY]

Kharchu Phuk (mkhar chu phug) [LW1] [RY]

Khardo Chökyi Dorje (mkhar rdo chos kyi rdo rje), see Appendix 2 and chap.14. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Khardo is located on a northern hill facing Lhasa, on the way to Phenpo. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Khatvanga (kha tvam ga). A staff carried by tantric adepts and representing the secret consort and transformation of the three poisons. [ZL] [RY]

Khatvanga, a staff surmounted by a double vajra, by a long-life vase, by three heads--a fresh head, a decomposing head, and a dry skull, and a vajra (here the vajra replaces the trident usually found on Guru Rinpoche's Khatvanga). This Khatvanga represents Vajravarahi's male consort in hidden form. On the symbolism of the Khatvanga see Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1989, p.23). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Khatvanga. A staff surmounted by a freshly-severed head, a withered one and a skull, and a triple point, carried by Tantric adepts and representing the secret consort. [RY]

Khatvanga. The tantric staff held in the crook of Guru Rinpoche's left arm. [RY]

Khechara (mkha' spyod), the Buddhafield of Vajravarahi.. See also chap.11, note 10 for mkha' spyod as a general sky abode. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Khedrup Je, Gelek Palsang: 1385-1438 [MR]

Khedrup Je, Gelek Palzang, (khas grub rje dge legs dpal bzang, 1385-1438) and Gyaltsap Je, Dharma Rinchen, (rgyal tshab rje dharma rin chen, 1364-1432). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

Khen (mkhan). Abbreviation for 'khenpo,' learned one. [RY]

Khenchen Bodhisattva (mkhan chen bo dhi sa tva). See Shantarakshita. [RY]

Khenchen Changchup Sempa Sönam Trakpa (mkhan chen byang chub sems dpa' bsod nams grags pa), 1273-1345 [MR]

Khenchen Changtse (lo chen byang chub rtse mo): 1303-1380 [MR]

Khenchen Tashi Özer (mkhan chen bkra shis 'od zer): 1836-1910 [MR]

Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche. See Thrangu Rinpoche [LW1] [RY]

Khenpa Valley (mkhan pa ljong) [LW1] [RY]

Khenpo (mkhan po). A title for having completed the major course of studies of about ten years' duration of the traditional branches of Buddhist philosophy, logic, vinaya and so forth. Can also mean abbot of a monastery or the preceptor from whom one receives ordination. [RY]

Khenpo (mkhan po). A title for one who has completed the major course of studies of about ten years' duration of the traditional branches of Buddhist philosophy, logic, Vinaya and so forth. Can also refer to the abbot of a monastery or the preceptor from whom one receives ordination. [Bardo Guide 91] [RY]

KHENPO (mkhan po). A title for one who has completed the major course of studies of about ten years' duration of the traditional branches of Buddhist philosophy, logic, Vinaya and so forth. Can also refer to the abbot of a monastery or the preceptor from whom one receives ordination.[AL] [RY]

Khenpo Bodhisattva (mkhan po bo dhi sa tva). The Indian master who ordained the first monks in Tibet. See Shantarakshita. [ZL] [RY]

Khenpo Bodhisattva. See Shantarakshita [LW1] [RY]

Khenpo Bodhisattva; alias Shantarakshita [LWx] [RY]

Khenpo Bodhisattva; Usually known under the name Shantarakshita, the Indian master who ordained the first monks in Tibet.. [Daki] [RY]

Khenpo consecrates the ground: 797 [MR]

Khenpo Gangshar (20th century) Root guru of both Chogyam Trungpa and Thrangu Rinpoche. He is mentioned in Born in Tibet by Chogyam Trungpa. In addition to being a learned scholar he is known to have performed many deeds as a crazy yogi. [RY]

Khenpo Karma Ratna Wangchuk (mkhan po ka rma rat na dbang phyug). See Karmey Khenpo Rinchen Dargye. [RY]

Khenpo lays the foundations : 798 [MR]

Khenpo Ngaga (ngag dbang dpal bzang) : 1879-1941 [MR] Khenpo Ngakchung [RY]

Khenpo Ngak-chung [LW1] [RY]

Khenpo Ngakchung alias Ngawang Palsang (mkhan po ngag dbang dpal bzang). (1879-1941). A khenpo at Katok and a very important reviver of the scholastic lineage of expounding the Dzogchen scriptures. Considered to be incarnation of both Vimalamitra and Longchenpa. Chadral Sangye Dorje is one of his last living disciples. [AL] [RY]

Khenpo Ngakchung. (ngag dbang dpal bzang) :1879-1941 [RY]

Khenpo Palden. [RY]

Khenpo Pema Sherab [LW1] [RY]

Khenpo Pema Trinley Nyingpo. See Jokyab Rinpoche [LW1] [RY]

Khenpo Pema Trinley Nyingpo; alias Jokyab Rinpoche [LWx] [RY]


Khenpo Rinchen Namgyal [LW1] [RY]

Khenpo Rinchen Namgyal; [LWx] [RY]

Khenpo Shenga (gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba): 1871-1927 [MR]

Khenpo Yeshe Rigdzin. [RY]

Khewang Loten Chögyal [LW1] [RY]

Khorsa Chenmo ('khor sa chen mo). [ZL] [RY]

Khotan - Central Asian oasis state; center for Mahayana and Mantrayana [RY]

Khri-srong-lde-btsan - Tibetan Dharma king regarded as an incarnation of Manjusri; invited Padmasambhava and Santaraksita to Tibet. [Tarthang] Khyentse (Wangpo I). Same as Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo. [RY]

Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö [LW1] [RY]

Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö: 1893/6-1959 [MR]

Khyentse Öser. See Karsey Kongtrül [LW1] [RY]

Khyentse Özer (mkhyen brtse'i 'od zer). Here the name refers to H.H. Dilgo Khyentse. [RY]

Khyentse Özer, Karsey Kongtrül: 1904-1953 [MR]

Khyentse Wangpo (mkhyen brtse'i dbang po). Same as Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo. [RY]

Khyentse Wangpo. See Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo [LW1] [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor (khyung po rnal 'byor). (1002-1064). A Tibetan master who brought teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu. Disciple of the female siddha Niguma.[EMP] [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor (khyung po rnal 'byor). A Tibetan master who brought the teachings back from India that were later known as the Shangpa Kagyu. [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor [LW1] [RY]

Khyungpo Naljor: 1002-1064 [MR]

Khyungpo; clan [LW1] [RY]

Khyungtrül Karjam Rinpoche, teacher of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche [LW1] [RY]

Khyungtrül Rinpoche; one of the teachers of Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche; [LWx] [RY]

Kila - lit. 'dagger'; used as a symbol in certain tantric ceremonies. [RY]

Kilaya (phur ba). 1) Sacred dagger used in tantric rituals. 2) Same as Kilaya Activity. [ZL] [RY]

Kilaya (phur ba). Sacred dagger used in tantric rituals. [RY]

KILAYA (phur pa). The tantras about and the tantric deity Vajra Kilaya.[AL] [RY]

Kilaya (phur pa); transmission of [LW1] [RY]

Kilaya (phur pa); transmission of [LWx] [RY]

Kilaya Activity (phur pa phrin las) [LW1] [RY]

Kilaya Activity (phur pa phrin las). The heruka of the karma family or the tantric teachings connected to this deity among the Eight Sadhana Teachings. [ZL] [RY]

Kilaya Display Root Tantra (phur pa rol pa rtsa ba'i rgyud). Tantra belonging to the Sadhana Section of Mahayoga. [ZL] [RY]

king and citizens. King and citizens, is a collective term for Padmakara's twenty-five principal pupils, the king being King Trisong Deutsen. [Peter Roberts]

King and Demoness (rgyal srin). Names of two kinds of malevolent spirits. [RY]

King and twenty-five subjects (rje 'bangs nyer lnga). King Trisong Deutsen and 24 or 25 close disciples of Guru Rinpoche. [RY]

King Ashoka. [Daki] [RY]

King Gesar: 1038 ?? [MR]

King Indrabodhi (rgyal po in dra bo dhi) / bhuti. An Indian king during the time of the Buddha who became a great accomplished master. He symbolizes the person of the highest caliber who can utilize sense pleasures as the path of practice. [RY]

King Ja (rgyal po dza) [LW1] [RY]

King Jah (rgyal po dza); mention of [LWx] [RY]

King Jah (rgyal po dza:). The recipient of the Mahayoga teachings. [RY]

King Jah (rgyal po dzah). The first human recipient of the Mahayoga teachings and an important figure head in the transmission of Anu Yoga. [ZL] [RY]

King Kanishka's Council of the Sarvastivadins: 147 or 78 BC [MR]

King Leksher (rgyal po legs gzher rje). [ZL] [RY]

King Lhasey (rgyal po lha sras) (9th Century). The second son of King Trisong Deutsen. [EMP] [RY]

King Namri Songtsen (gnam ri srong btsan) [LW1] [RY]

King Ngonshe Chen. [Daki] [RY]

King Nyatri Tsenpo (rje gnya' khri btsan po), [RY]

King Nyatri Tsenpo ascends the throne as first King of Tibet: 127 BC [MR]

King Nyatri Tsenpo. See Nyatri Tsenpo [LW1] [RY]

King of Consciousness [LW1] [RY]

King of Contemplations, Samadhiraja [MR]

King of Mountains (ri yi rgyal po). Same as Mount Sumeru. [RY]

King of Samadhi Sutra (Skt. Samadhiraja-sutra, Tib. ting nge 'dzin rgyal po'i mdo, T 127). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

King of Samadhi Sutra (Skt. Samadhiraja-sutra, Tib. ting nge 'dzin rgyal po'i mdo, T 127). [MR-ShabkarNotes]

King of Samadhi Sutra (ting 'dzin rgyal po'i mdo). A sutra belonging to the third turning of the Wheel of the Dharma. [RY]

King of Space; In Sanskrit:"Kasarpani". This is Avalokiteshvara. [Peter Roberts]

King of Supreme Joy [LW1] [RY]

King of the Shakyas (sha kya rgyal po). Buddha Shakyamuni. [RY]

King of the Shakyas. See Buddha Shakyamuni [LW1] [RY]

King of the Shakyas; [LWx] [RY]

King of Victorious Ones; [LWx] [RY]

King of Victorious Ones; Padmasambhava [LW1] [RY]

King Pekar of the Warrior-spirits (dgra lha'i rgyal po pe kar). [ZL] [RY]

King Rajendra Bikram Shah, who had ascended to the throne 1816 at the age of 2. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

King Shingja Chen (rgyal po shing bya can). [ZL] [RY]

King Tenpa Tsering [LW1] [RY]

King Tri Ralpachen: 866-901 [MR]

King Tride Tsenpo: 847-877 [MR]

King Triral (rgyal po khri ral) [LW1] [RY]

King Triral [LWx] [RY]

King Trisong Deutsen (khri srong lde'u btsan), details of; mention of his great deeds [LW1] [RY]

King Trisong Deutsen (rgyal po khri srong lde'u btsan). See Trisong Deutsen. [ZL] [RY]

King Trisong Deutsen; mention of his great deeds; [LWx] [RY]

King Vajra Bearer (dbang po rdo rje 'chang ba) [LW1] [RY]

King Vajra Bearer (dbang po rdo rje 'chang ba) [LWx] [RY]

King Vajra Bearer (dbang po rdo rje 'chang ba). One of the ten guardians of the directions (phyogs skyong bcu) [RY]

King Virtuous (dge 'dzin). [ZL] [RY]

King Yama (gshin rje rgyal po). The Lord of Death. The terrible judge of the dead. Also a personification of impermanence, the unfailing law of karma and one's inevitable mortality. [ZL] [RY]

king, subject, and companion (rje 'bangs grogs gsum) [LW1] [RY]

King, subjects and the companion (rje 'bangs grogs gsum). King Trisong Deutsen, Lotsawa Vairochana, and Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal. [RY]

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