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The realm of '''Ngayab Ling''' (Skt. ''Chamara''), sometimes called Ngayab Langké Ling is, according to Buddhist cosmology, one of the two sub-continents surrounding our human world ([[Jambudvipa]]) and located to its southwest. This is where the pure realm of [[Guru Rinpoche]], [[Zangdokpalri]], is.
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The realm of '''Ngayab Ling''' (Tib. རྣ་ཡབ་གླིང་, [[Wyl.]] ''rna yab gling''; Skt. ''Cāmara''; Eng. 'Tail Fan Island'), sometimes called Ngayab Langké Ling is, according to Buddhist cosmology, one of the two sub-continents surrounding our human world ([[Jambudvipa]]) and located to its southwest. It is inhabited by [[rakshasa]]s and is the site of the pure realm of [[Guru Rinpoche]], [[Zangdokpalri]].
  
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Latest revision as of 01:51, 17 January 2018

The realm of Ngayab Ling (Tib. རྣ་ཡབ་གླིང་, Wyl. rna yab gling; Skt. Cāmara; Eng. 'Tail Fan Island'), sometimes called Ngayab Langké Ling is, according to Buddhist cosmology, one of the two sub-continents surrounding our human world (Jambudvipa) and located to its southwest. It is inhabited by rakshasas and is the site of the pure realm of Guru Rinpoche, Zangdokpalri.