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In the [[Longchen Nyingtik]], the Hayagriva practice related to [[Palchen Düpa]] is called "The Play of the Three Realms" (རྟ་མགྲིན་ཁམས་གསུམ་རོལ་པ་, ''rta mgrin khams gsum rol pa'').
 
In the [[Longchen Nyingtik]], the Hayagriva practice related to [[Palchen Düpa]] is called "The Play of the Three Realms" (རྟ་མགྲིན་ཁམས་གསུམ་རོལ་པ་, ''rta mgrin khams gsum rol pa'').
  
[[Sera]] monastery has a [[Nyingma ]]tradition Hayagriva called Hayagriva Very Secret (Tamdring Yang Sang) that is actively practiced.
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[[Sera]] monastery has a [[Nyingma]] tradition Hayagriva called Hayagriva Very Secret (Tamdring Yang Sang) that is actively practiced.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

Latest revision as of 02:08, 19 September 2018

Hayagriva from the thangka of Tendrel Nyesel

Hayagriva (Skt. Hayagrīva; Tib. རྟ་མགྲིན་, Tamdrin; Wyl. rta mgrin) — the wrathful manifestation of Avalokiteshvara who symbolizes enlightened speech, usually depicted as red in colour and with a horse's head protruding from his crown.

Forms

Hayagriva is one of the eight principal deities of Kagyé where he is referred to as Lotus-like Speech (པདྨ་གསུང་, pad+ma gsung). The instructions related to this form of Hayagriva are based on the so-called "three neighs of the horse"[1]

In the Longchen Nyingtik, the Hayagriva practice related to Palchen Düpa is called "The Play of the Three Realms" (རྟ་མགྲིན་ཁམས་གསུམ་རོལ་པ་, rta mgrin khams gsum rol pa).

Sera monastery has a Nyingma tradition Hayagriva called Hayagriva Very Secret (Tamdring Yang Sang) that is actively practiced.

Notes

  1. See Kongtrul (2005), p. 322

Further Reading

  • Jamgön Kongtrul Lodrö Tayé, The Treasury of Knowledge: Systems of Buddhist Tantra, Ithaca: Snow Lion, 2005

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