The Land of the Lamas Notes of a Journey Through China

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Conze (1993).berzinarchives. (http://www.berzinarchives. ed. “Fifty Verses of Guru-Devotion” by A$vagho#a 21. negative states of mind. the free encyclopedia http://en. T., p'yag -na-rdo-rje (pronou'ced chana-dorje or chak-dor.) He is figured at page 13, and of the fierce fiend type, black or dark blue in colour, and wields a Vajra (rdo-rje) in his uplifted right hand, while in his left he holds a bell or snare or other implement according to his varying titles, of which there are fifteen or more. 4 Hiuen Tsiang mentions his worship in India in the seventh century a.d. 5 Avalokita (or Avalokitesvara or Mahdkaruua), " The keen seeing lord, the great pitier and lord of mercy."

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