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For a most recent discussion with further references see Amy Heller, "The Silver Jug of the Lhasa Jokhang. C., show a model Buddhist delighting in calling himself "the beloved of the Gods"; and in the Barhut Stupa of the second century B. Volume 1. org/wiki/Mantras Mantra Marga on Hindupedia (http://www.wikipedia. additional terms may apply.php?title=Mantra&oldid=587624872" Categories: Mantras Chants Hindu philosophical concepts Indian poetics Meditation Mysticism Spiritual practice This page was last modified on 25 December 2013 at 12:27.

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