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Samye. The wondrous temple complex, modeled after the Indian monastery Odantapuri, built by King Trisong Deutsen (790-844) and consecrated by Guru Rinpoche in 814. A major center of the early transmission of Buddhism in Tibet. It is situated in Central Tibet close to Lhasa. It is also known as Glorious Temple of Samye, the Unchanging and Spontaneously Fulfillment of Boundless Wishes. Its three stories are of Indian, Chinese and Tibetan designs. See The Lotus-born (Shambhala Publications) [RY]

Samye. The wondrous temple complex built by King Trisong Deutsen (790-844) and consecrated by Guru Rinpoche. A major center of the early transmission. It is situated in Central Tibet close to Lhasa. It is also known as Glorious Samye, the Unchanging and Spontaneously Accomplished Temple (dpal bsam yas mi 'gyur lhun gyis grub pa - Samye Mingyur Lhungyi Drubpa [RY]

unimaginable, inconceivable [RY]

Samye, in U [RY]

Unchanging and Spontaneously Perfected Temple, Samye [RY]

infinite, Samye [JV]

1) beyond the conceptual realm/ objects of thought; 2) Samye Monastery [IW]

1) limitless; 2) inconceivable; 3) place lho kha grva nang rdzong; 4) Samye monastery [IW]