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**Indian Lineages
 
**Indian Lineages
 
***Hinayana Lineages
 
***Hinayana Lineages
**Mahayana Lineages
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***Mahayana Lineages
**Vajrayana Lineages
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***Vajrayana Lineages
 
**Tibetan Lineages
 
**Tibetan Lineages
 
***Nyingma Lineage
 
***Nyingma Lineage

Revision as of 04:17, 3 May 2006

  • People
    • Historic Figures
    • Buddhist Masters
      • Indian Masters
      • Tibetan Masters
        • Nyingma Masters
        • Sakya Masters
        • Kagyu Masters
        • Kadampa Masters
        • Gelug Masters
        • Chod Masters
        • Jonang Masters
    • Contemporary Teachers (Do we only list them here? or do we put them into their particular lineage too?)
  • Places
    • Places in India
    • Places in Tibet
    • Places in South Asia (do we need this? Maybe put everything into India (i.e. nepal and pakistan) or make separate categories?)
    • Heavens
    • Pure Realms
  • Lineages
    • Indian Lineages
      • Hinayana Lineages
      • Mahayana Lineages
      • Vajrayana Lineages
    • Tibetan Lineages
      • Nyingma Lineage
      • Kagyu Lineage
      • Sakya Lineage
      • Gelug Lineage
      • Kadam Lineage
      • Chod Lineage
      • Jonang Lingeage
      • Kalachakra Lineage
  • Teachings & Terms
  • Hinayana Terms (Do we say "terms" for these categories or just "Hinayana" for example? Or something else?)
    • Abhidharma Terms
    • Vinaya Terms
  • Mahayana Terms
    • Madhyamaka Terms
    • Yogachara Terms
  • Vajrayana Terms
    • Outer Tantra Terminology
    • Inner Tantra Terminology
    • Annuttara Yoga Tantra Terminology
    • Mahayoga Terminology
    • Anuyoga Terminology
    • Dzogchen Terminology
  • Literature
  • Indian Literature
    • Sutras
    • Tantras
    • Treatises/Shastras
  • Tibetan Literature
    • Nyingma Literature
      • Dzogchen Literature
    • Sakya Literature
      • Lamdre Literature
    • Kagyu Literature
      • Mahamudra Literature
    • Kadam Literature
    • Gelug Literature
    • Chod Literature
    • Jonang Literature
    • Kalachakra Literature