Establishing Appearances As Divine: Rongzom Chökyi Zangpo On

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Some saints are to the country of Hon' he subjected all the Dam-sri, And going to Rong-lung-nag-p> he subjected all the Srin-po. Still, with all their strivings and the costly services of their priests, the Tibetans never attain peace of mind. Friendships also are explained by them on this principle. The family lived in a large stone house that consisted of three stories held in place by a large central pillar and supporting columns - a mansion in comparison to the modest homes of his neighbors.

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Publisher: Snow Lion (April 28, 2008)

ISBN: 1559392886

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