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Bandhuka. The flower Pentapetes phoenicia. [RY]

Banner - 'phen, a flat hanging, made of pieces of different colored brocade. [MR-ShabkarNotes]

bar dbus gtsang ru bzhi: Initially the The Four Regions in U and Tsang were described as follows: In U (bdus) 1) Uru (dbu ru) all the regions on the left side of the Kyichu River first and then of the Tsangpo River after Chaksam, where the Kyichu River meets the Tsangpo. 2) Yoru (g.yo ru), the regions on the right sides of these two rivers. In Tsang (tsang) 3) Yeru (g.yas ru), the Right Region (on the right side of the Tsangpo which come from Mt Kailash) and 4) Yönru (g.yon ru), the Left Region, on the left side of the Tsangpo. (this last region was also known as Rulag, ru lag). Later on they also became described as In U 1) Puri (spu ri phug mo che shel gyi brag phug) and 2) Gung-ru (gung ru). In "Tsang 3) Yeru (g.yas ru) and 4) Yönru (g.yon ru). For a discussion about this see the The Ocean-like Annals, part I, p.4. [MR]

Barampa Dharma Wangchuk Dorje Gyalpo: 1100-? [MR]

Baratani - A reference and a teaching from The Light of Wisdom, vol. 1, pg. 181-2, Appendix 6. Rangjung Yeshe Publications

Barawa ('bar ra ba rgyal mtshan bzang po) : 1250-1331 or 1310-1391 (Stein) [MR]

Barawa (chos rje 'ba' ra ba rgyal mtshan bzang po) (1310-1391). Disciple of Zurphugpa, Shuksebpa and Kodragpa Sönam Gyaltsen.[EMP] [RY]

Barbarian (kla klo). A human being in an uncivilized area where the Dharma has not flourished. [RY]

Barchey Künsel (bar chad kun sel) Guru's Heart Practice that Dispels All Obstacles, the external practice. Also see under 'Tukdrub Barchey Kunsel. A cycle of teachings revealed by Chokgyur Lingpa together with Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo consisting of about ten volumes of texts. See foreword to Vajra Heart, and Heart Practice of Guru Rinpoche, Vol. 1