Siddhas of Ga: Remembered by Khenpo Karthar Rinpoche

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Tokyo: Daizō Shuppan, 1973–1978. [BQ 2689 H 37] Extremely valuable index to Sanskrit and Tibetan equivalences for Hsüan-tsang’s Chinese translations. For the purpose, a person needs to develop the qualities of self-control and acceptance. Kun-zande-ch'en (" The N obly Virtuous")— Nan-sa' sfather (wears a red mask). Western Tibet.: A Rejoinder to Amy Heller’s book review of Andreas Gruschke’s The Cultural Monuments of Tibet’s Outer Provinces.

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Publisher: KTD Publications; Bilingual edition (May 25, 2013)

ISBN: 1934608378

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