Ngor Mandalas of Tibet plates

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Published by Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies in Tokyo, Japan .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Mandala (Buddhism)

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StatementbSod nams rgya mtsho and Musashi Tachikawa.
SeriesBibliotheca codicum Asiaticorum ;, 2
ContributionsBsod-nams-rgya-mtsho, d. 1987., Tachikawa, Musashi.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBQ5125.M3 N46 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxvii, 149 p. :
Number of Pages149
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1764235M
ISBN 104896566017
LC Control Number92113190

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Mandalas existed at early Buddhist centers in central Asia, e.g. Dunhuang and Khotan, both frequented by Tibetans during the eighth and ninth centuries. 17 Sketches of mandalas are found in the eighth through tenth century Dunhuang manuscripts which are among Tibet's earliest written records.

18 Samye (bsam-yas), Tibet's first monastery founded. List of Yamantaka/Vajrabhairava Forms. According to the Ngor Mandalas which correspond to the mandalas of the rgyud sde kun btus (collection of initiation texts, sadhanas, and explanations for those deities) the following individual variations can be distinguished.

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