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'''Machig Phug'''  (མ་གཅིག་ཕུག [[ma gcig phug]])
 
'''Machig Phug'''  (མ་གཅིག་ཕུག [[ma gcig phug]])
[[Image:Machig Phug (Paro Taksang).jpg|thumb|256px|right|'''Machig Phug''']]
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[[Image:Machig Phug (Paro Taksang).jpg|thumb|256px|right|'''Machig Phug''']
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One of the nine sacred caves at [[Paro Taksang]]. This is the cave where the great woman practitioner [[Machig Labdron]] ([[ma gcig lab sgron]] 1031-1129) meditated.  The cave is located above the ravine of the Shelkarchu waterfall.
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Today there is a Lhakhang containing an image of [[Machig Labdron|Machig]], a foot print of Machig and a drubchu. People visit here to practice [[Chod]].
  
 
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Revision as of 04:55, 19 August 2008

Machig Phug (མ་གཅིག་ཕུག ma gcig phug) [[Image:Machig Phug (Paro Taksang).jpg|thumb|256px|right|Machig Phug]

One of the nine sacred caves at Paro Taksang. This is the cave where the great woman practitioner Machig Labdron (ma gcig lab sgron 1031-1129) meditated. The cave is located above the ravine of the Shelkarchu waterfall.

Today there is a Lhakhang containing an image of Machig, a foot print of Machig and a drubchu. People visit here to practice Chod.