Sans Rgyas R Gya Mtsho: Vol. 4, pt. 1: Life of the 5th Dali

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To walk around in the lucky way was called Deasll by the Gaels, and the contrary or unlucky way withershins or widdersinnis by the lowland Scotch. The phurba can also hold demons in place. The first Lama may be said to be Pal- bans, who succeeded the Indian abbot Santa-rakshita; though the first ordained member of this Tibetan order of monks was Bya-Khri-gzigs. 1 The most learned of these young Lamas was Vairocana, who translated many Sanskrit works into Tibetan, though his usefulness was interrupted for a while by the Tibetan wife of Thi-Sron Detsan; who in her bitter opposition to the King's reforms, and instigated by the Bon- pa priests, secured the banishment of Vairocana to the eastern province of Kham by a scheme similar to that practised by Poti- phar's wife.

Pages: 478

Publisher: Aditya Prakashan; 2007 edition (January 1, 1999)

ISBN: 8186471472

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