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Deity Practice in Buddhism

Jun 1, 2021
Deity Practice in Buddhism

At the dawn of time, mankind lived in fear amidst primitive conditions. The world seemed to be controlled or influenced by powerful higher beings or gods...

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The Dharma Protector Begtse Chen

Jan 21, 2020
The Dharma Protector Begtse Chen

The practice of ‘Dharmapalas‘, literally meaning ‘Dharma Protectors’ in Sanskrit, was introduced to Tibet during the period of the north Indian Pala Dynasty. It was an era of territorial conquests and Dharma Protectors were used by both secular and religious authorities to protect the State and religion. Dharmapalas are not exclusive to Tibetan culture...

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