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[[bla ma gsang 'dus]] - terma on [[Padmasambhava]] revealed by {[[gu ru chos dbang]]} [RY]
 
[[bla ma gsang 'dus]] - terma on [[Padmasambhava]] revealed by {[[gu ru chos dbang]]} [RY]
  
[[yang snying 'dus pa]] - terma on [[Avalokiteshvara]] revealed by {[[gu ru chos dbang]]} called {[[thugs rje chen po yang snying 'dus pa]]}. Revealed at [[lho brag mkhar chu dpal gyi phug ring]]. {[[gu ru chos kyi dbang phyug]]} 1212-1273 [RY]
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[[yang snying 'dus pa]] - terma on [[Avalokiteshvara]] revealed by {[[gu ru chos dbang]]} called {[[thugs rje chen po yang snying 'dus pa]]}. Revealed at [[lho brag mkhar chu]] [[dpal]] [[gyi]] [[phug]] [[ring]]. {[[gu ru chos kyi dbang phyug]]} 1212-1273 [RY]
  
 
[[gsang rdzogs]] - Syn {[[bka' brgyad gsang ba yongs rdzogs]]} terma text in six volumes by {[[gu ru chos dbang]]} [RY]
 
[[gsang rdzogs]] - Syn {[[bka' brgyad gsang ba yongs rdzogs]]} terma text in six volumes by {[[gu ru chos dbang]]} [RY]

Revision as of 09:51, 18 February 2006

gu ru chos kyi dbang phyug - Guru Chökyi Wangchuk (1212-1273). see {gu ru chos dbang} [RY]

gu ru chos dbang - Guru Chöwang. One of the Five Tertön Kings. (1212-1270). For details, see the H.H. Dudjom Rinpoche's The Nyingma Lineage, its History and Fundamentals, Wisdom Publications. Guru Chöwang means 'Master Lord of the Dharma.' [RY]

bla ma gsang 'dus - terma on Padmasambhava revealed by {gu ru chos dbang} [RY]

yang snying 'dus pa - terma on Avalokiteshvara revealed by {gu ru chos dbang} called {thugs rje chen po yang snying 'dus pa}. Revealed at lho brag mkhar chu dpal gyi phug ring. {gu ru chos kyi dbang phyug} 1212-1273 [RY]

gsang rdzogs - Syn {bka' brgyad gsang ba yongs rdzogs} terma text in six volumes by {gu ru chos dbang} [RY]