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[[File:Vajrasana-sm.jpg|thumb|240px|right|'''The Vajarasana''',  Bodhgaya, Bihar, India ]]
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[[gan dho la]] - the temple at Vajrasana [RY]
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[[rdo rje gdan]] - [[Bodhgaya]]; Vajrasana, "the diamond throne of enlightenment", (the modern Bodh Gaya, site of the Buddha's [[enlightenment]]); Bodhgaya. diamond seat, place of Shakyamuni Buddha's enlightenment [RY]
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[[rdo rje'i gdan]] - Vajrasana, [Syn Bodhgaya] [RY]
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[[tsa mi lo tsa ba sangs rgyas grags]] - Tsami Lotsawa Sangye Trak, the only Tibetan throne-holder of Vajrasana and Nalanda Buddhist universities [RY]
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Latest revision as of 07:40, 26 March 2013

The Vajarasana, Bodhgaya, Bihar, India

gan dho la - the temple at Vajrasana [RY]

rdo rje gdan - Bodhgaya; Vajrasana, "the diamond throne of enlightenment", (the modern Bodh Gaya, site of the Buddha's enlightenment); Bodhgaya. diamond seat, place of Shakyamuni Buddha's enlightenment [RY]

rdo rje'i gdan - Vajrasana, [Syn Bodhgaya] [RY]

tsa mi lo tsa ba sangs rgyas grags - Tsami Lotsawa Sangye Trak, the only Tibetan throne-holder of Vajrasana and Nalanda Buddhist universities [RY]