- Sanglingma Life Story by Nyang Ral Nyima Oser (1124-1192). The first known terma biography; 41 chapters, 202 pages. Tibetan title: (slob dpon pad ma 'byung gnas kyi skyes rabs chos 'byung nor bu'i phreng ba rnam thar zangs gling ma'o). Included by Jamgön Kongtrül the First in the Rinchen Terdzö.
The Sanglingma exists also in a longer version of 286 pages. This version, also revealed by Lord Nyang, is so far unpublished but is found at the National Archives, Kathmandu, Nepal. Tibetan title: (u rgyan gu ru pad ma 'byung gnas kyi rnam thar 'bring po zangs gling mar grags pa). The Sanglingma is also present in an extensive two volume version which was banned in Central Tibet due to some clear and damaging predictions about certain ministers’ involvement in the decline of Buddhism in Tibet in the twentieth century. This version, 1260 pages, was found in the Mustang region of Nepal and is also available at the National Archives, Kathmandu, Nepal.