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About Aniruddha

Aniruddha or Anirudh, meaning “unrestrained”, “without obstacles” or “unstoppable” was the son of Pradyumna and Rukmavati and the grandson of . He is said to have been very much like his grandfather, to the extent that he may be a jana , avatar of . The four are considered to be vishnu- or Vishnu’s plenary . Aniruddha is present in every soul as Supersoul.

angaja arhat

Interpreting Buddhist Arhat Angaja

Angaja is the elder of 16 . He is known as Angiraja. In , he is called as Angaja, or Angiraja. ཡན་ལག་འབྱུང་, Yenlak Jung or Yenlak Kyé; Wyl. yan lag ‘byung, or yan lag skyes in . He is one of the arhats among the Sixteen Arhats. The Life of Angaja In this segment, we are going to learn about the life of Angaja. As a householder, Angiraja was immensely wealthy and gave away all his seven , but he realized .
Nyingma refuge tree - Longchen Nyingtik Lineage

Nyingma Lineage tree thangka with explanation chart

The subject depicted in this is called Guruparampara, a “Line of Teachers.” It depicts the family tree of lineage, as it were, and its function is to indicate a line of descent. The meaning of this presentation is to show a refuge for believers. It creates a kind of structure with a number of deities and teachers in whom devotees take refuge, because they will help believers in the course of their spiritual development.  .

The Thirty Two Kings of Shambhala

The Seven Dharma        Reign  Emanation of:  1st     Dawa Zangpo  Khaan Davaasanbo 3 Years, Starting 879 BC    2nd  Sureshvara (Suresha)  Lhawang  Khaan Vaanchugchanbo 876-776 BC  Kshitigarbha  3rd  Teji  Zijichen  Khaan Sivjidtayaa (776-676 BC    4th  Somadatta  Dawejyin  Khaan Davaajinshen 676-576  Sarvanivaranavishkambi  5th  Sureshvara  Lhae Wangchug  Khaan Lkhdeivanchug 576-476  Jambhaka  6th  Vishavamurti  Natshog Zugchen  Khaan Sajivanchüg 476-376  Manaka  7th  Sureshana  Lhae Wangden  Khaan Lkhaeivandan 376-276  Khargarbha The 25 Kalkin or Rigden Kings The thirty-two  reside in a mythical kingdom. They are part of the Indo-Tibetan   tradition  1st (8th)  Yashas  Jampel Dragpa Rigdanjambal Yan 2nd-3rd Century BC  2nd (9th)  Pundarika Karpo Khaan Badmagarbo 176-76 BC  3rd (10th)   Zangpo Khaan Sanbo Tsan 76 BC -227 CE  4th (11th)  Vijaya Nampar Gyäl Khaan Namjalchagyaa 227-327  5th (12th)  Sumitra Shenyen Zangpo Khaan Shenen San 327-427  6th (13th)  Raktapani Rinchen Chag Khaan Dejidzolva 427-527  7th (14th)  Vishnugupta Kyabjug Bäpa Khaan Chavjügva 527-627  8th (15th)  Arkakirtti Nyima Drag Khaan Nyamdagba 627-727  9th (16th)  Subhadra Shintu Zangpo Khaan .