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Kunkhyen Choku Ozer: Master of the Kalachakra & Guhyasamaja Tantras

Feb 19, 2021
Kunkhyen Choku Ozer: Master of the Kalachakra & Guhyasamaja Tantras

The great Choku Ozer was given the epithet ‘Kunkhyen’, which means “all-knowing”, for his special insight into the Buddhist teachings. He was able to penetrate their meaning merely by glancing through the great Buddhist treatises...

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Langlab Jangchub Dorje

Apr 20, 2018
Langlab Jangchub Dorje

b.early 11th cent. – d.late 11th cent. Tradition: Nyingma རྙིང་མ། Geography: Purang County སྤུ་ཧྲེང་རྫོང། Historical Period: 11th Century ༡༡ དུས་རབས། Name variants: Jangchub Dorje བྱང་ཆུབ་རྡོ་རྗེ། ; Langlab ལང་ལབ། Langlab Jangchub Dorje’s (lang lab byang chub rdo rje) life is heavily shrouded in legend, closely wrapped in the lineage history of the Vajrakīla tradition. He is said to have suffered greatly at the hands of his paternal relatives. To help him through his difficulties, Dre Atsara Sale (‘bre a tsara sa le), an accom...

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