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About Devi

Devī is the word for “goddess”; the masculine form is Deva. Devi – the feminine form, and Deva – the masculine form, mean “heavenly, divine, anything of excellence”, and are also gender specific terms for a deity in .

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Explaining Buddhist Deity Green Tara

is a female and one of the most well-known in women. She is known as an 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 In this section, we are going to talk about the life of Green tara, after the short etymological description of the word .

Gelug Lineage Thangka Interpreted

Lineage’s field for the Accumulation of Merit with Tsongkapa at the Center is surrounded by the incarnation lineage above and with meditational deities, Confession , and protectors below. This is created from a block print image. The multitude of figures is presented as if seated in a tree rising from a blue pond below at the bottom of the . The viewer sees it as figures arrayed on .

Explaining Lama Teacher Sakya Pandita Kunga Gyaltsen

PanditaKunga Gyeltsen was a and scholar and the fourth of the Five Sakya Forefathers. He is held in the tradition to have been an emanation of Manjusri, the embodiment of the of all the . The Viability of Kunga Gyaltsen In this portion, we are going to talk about the life of Sakya PanditaKunga Gyeltsen. After a short etymological description of the word Sakya PanditaKunga Gyeltsen .

Depicting Indian Adept Damarupa Thangka

In the , Damarupa and Avadhutipa are known as Siddhas. On the left is the Siddha Damarupa holding upraised in his right hand a and a skullcup in the left. On the viewer’s right is Avadhutipa holding a skullcup to the heart with the left hand and pointing downwards with the right hand. Description of the Damarupa Between the two Siddha figures at head level is a very small depiction of white .

Depicting Panchen Lama Thangka

Lobzang Palden Yeshe is known as the who was born in 1738 in Tashitse, Shang district, Tsang Province. The recognized him as the of Panchen . He received from the 7th his novice ordination and many instructions. In 1762 he declared at Tashi Lhunpo the recognition of the to whom he gave the upaseka ordination and the name .

Depicting Lama Teacher Pagmodrupa Dorje Gyalpo Thangka

Pagmodrupa Dorje Gyalpo was born in 1110. Pagmadrupa Dorje Gyalpo was one of the three principal students of . Padmadrupa Dorje Gyalpo was the founder of the Pagdru School. Eight of his students went on to found eight further schools; Drigung, Taglung, Drugpa, Yamzang, Tropu, Martsang, Yelpa, and the Shugseb. These became known as the Eight Smaller Schools of the Kagyu Tradition.  Description of Pagmodrupa Dorje Gyalpo In 1158 DPagmodrupa Dorje Gyalpo built .

Depicting Lama Teacher Rangzom Chokyi Zangpo Thangka

was born in  1012. Rangzom Chokyi Zangpo is known as a great translator of the early Nyingmapa Tradition. Rangzom Chokyi Zangpo traveled extensively and studied in with many teachers. This from a much larger set that depicts the pre-incarnations of Taranata. He was born in Tsang rong and met in his youth. Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo mastered the of both and Sarma traditions. He translated many .

Depicting Lama Teacher Jamgon Kongtrul Thangka

was the teacher. Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye was born in 1813. Jamgon Kongtrul was known as a central pillar of the Rime movement of 19th century Eastern . At the top left of the Jamgon Kongtrul, there is the presence of the primordial . Vajradhara is blue in color. Vajradhara is with one face and two hands crossed at the heart. On the right side of the Jamgon Kongtrul, there .

Depicting Lama Teacher Gampopa Thangka

Lord was born in 1079. Lord Gampopa teaches his student Dusum Khyenpa, the 1st . Lord Gampopa is with a portion of the Thousand of this Aeon above and the lineages of and at the bottom. Biography of Gampopa Gampopa was born in the Nyal district, Central and from an early age was a student of in the Indian, Chinese and medical traditions. Later in his .

Depicting Vajrabhairava Thangka

with the consort Vetali surrounded by the main protectors of the Gelugpa School. Vajrabhairava is also called as . He is a meditational deity of the Classification of . As the supreme meditational deity of the Tradition Vajrabhairava is also looked upon as the Lord or . Vajrabhairava is also looked upon by the various protector deities of the Gelug Tradition. Within the and traditions, .