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Dorje Shugden Cham Dance in Nyemo Gyelche Monastery, Tibet

Sep 8, 2018
Dorje Shugden Cham Dance in Nyemo Gyelche Monastery, Tibet

There are several variations and interpretations of the history and lineage of Dorje Shugden. However, the source most referred to and heavily relied on by contemporary Gelugpas is the Collected Works (or Sungbum) on Dorje Shugden written by His Holiness Kyabje Trijang Dorje Chang. This is also considered the most accurate account of the manifestation...

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