The bow and arrow is a ranged weapon system consisting of an elastic launching device (bow) and long-shafted projectiles (arrows). Humans used bows and arrows for hunting and aggression long before recorded history, and the practice was common to many prehistoric cultures. They were important weapons of war from ancient history until the early modern period, where they were rendered increasingly obsolete by the development of the more powerful and accurate firearms, and were eventually dropped from warfare. Today, bows and arrows are mostly used for hunting and sports.
The Permission Initiation and the Appendages
This section has two parts, the actual initiation and the appendages to it. Again circumambulating to the right the disciple comes to the northern door and are placed on the initiation seat.
A Mandala is offered to the lame inseparable from the Vajra pristine consciousness of Kalachakra, in order to receive the permission initiation that cleanses the pristine consciousness. Disciples should make the mantra supplication three times, mindful of its .
Dhanusha also called Pinaka or Shiva Dhanush is the bow of Lord Shiva. It is generally carried in the left hand. Lord Shiva uses Dhanusha for the destruction of the "Pralaya."
There is an epic story behind the Dhanusa. As mentioned in Ramayana, Lord Vishwakarma (The principal architect of the universe) crafted two divine Dhanush. The first one was named "Sharanga" and was given to Lord Vishnu. The second one was named "Pinaka" and was .
Kalacakra in a Yi-dam(god protector) who turns the wheel of life. Kalacakra is the title of a work in one of the divisions of the Kangyur.
It is possible that Kalacakra is a personification of that work. Kalacakra is usually as a Yidam with four head on each of which is the third eye.
He may have twelve or twenty-four arms but never has more than two legs. In his Yi-dam form, he is dark blue. .
Begtse Chen is known as the main protector for the Hayagriva cycle of practice. Begtse Chen is a Dharmapala and the lord of war in origin a pre-Buddhist war god of the Mongols. Begtse Chen is known as the Great Coat of Mail in English and Begtse Chen is also known as Prana Atma in Sanskrit.
The iconography of Begtse Chen
In the iconography of Begtse Chen, we are going to learn about his body picture, .
Green Tara is a female Buddha and one of the most well-known goddesses in Buddhist women. She is known as an enlightened being ready to take action to benefit sentient. The color green represents the wind element. She moves quickly as the wind to help others.
The life of the Green tara
In this section, we are going to talk about the life of Green tara, after the short etymological description of the word Green Tara .
Ajita is the 2nd arhat from the set of 16 great arhats. Ajita is known as ma Pham in Tibet, Sthavira Ajita in Sanskrit.
The Life of the Ajita
Ajita had all the signs of great virtue. He and the daughter of King Prasenajit fell in love and, even though he was a commoner, Ajita gradually proved his worthiness to the king and they were married.
The Buddha explained that in a past life they had made .
Shri Kalachakra is also known as a Buddhist Tantra of the Non-dual classification.
Kalacakra is the name of the foundational Buddhisttantric treatise of this tradition, composed in Sanskrit and later translated into Tibetan.
The life of the Kalachakra
In this portion, we will learn about the life f the Kalachakra. And after that, we'll learn about the short etymological description of the word Kalachakraitself.
Etymology of the Kalachakra
Kalachakra is known as Dus Kyi Khor lo in Tibet. .
Great Goddess, Adhi Shakti, is not only wise, violent but she is also the creator. She is very much in touch with her sexuality, fertility and related bodily functions. She is worshipped as yoni in her Kamakhya form. The name Kamakhya literally means ‘Sexual Desire.’
Kamakhya is also known as Siddha Kubjika, is an important HinduTantric goddess of desire who evolved in the Himalayan hills.
She is worshiped as Siddha Kubjika and is also identified as Kali .
Mother Tara sincerely and with strong faith, will protect us from all obstacles and fulfill all our wishes. Since she is a wisdomBuddha, and since she is a manifestation of the completely purified wind element, Tara is able to help us very quickly.
Tara is our common mother, our Holy Mother. When we are young we turn to our worldly mother for help. She protects us from immediate dangers, provides us with all our .