gnyis ka

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གཉིས་ཀ
the two, both [RY]

Ubhaya. 'Both' or 'twin.' The second of the three outer sections of tantra, usually known as Upa Yoga. The scriptures appeared first in Mount Jakang Chen and Cool Grove. The name refers to a combination of two aspects: the conduct of Kriya Yoga and the view of Yoga Tantra [RY]

both, the two, two together, pertaining to both [JV]

the two [together], both [IW]

Both, the two together. Sometimes spelled gnyis ga. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]