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The '''Thirteen Golden Dharmas''' ([[Wyl.]] ''gser chos bcu gsum'') of the [[Tsar]] branch of the [[Sakya]] school are listed in the ''[[Great Tibetan Dictionary]]'' as:  
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The '''Thirteen Golden Dharmas''' (Tib. གསེར་ཆོས་བཅུ་གསུམ་, ''ser chö chusum'', [[Wyl.]] ''gser chos bcu gsum'') of the [[Tsar]] branch of the [[Sakya]] school are listed in the ''[[Great Tibetan Dictionary]]'' as:  
 
*(1-3) the three Khechara [[Vajrayogini]]s,  
 
*(1-3) the three Khechara [[Vajrayogini]]s,  
 
*(4-6) the three major red deities,  
 
*(4-6) the three major red deities,  
 
*(7-9) the three minor red deities,  
 
*(7-9) the three minor red deities,  
 
*(10) Amaravajradevi,  
 
*(10) Amaravajradevi,  
*(11) Red [[Jambhala]],  
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*(11) Red [[Dzambhala]],  
 
*(12) [[Simhamukha]], and  
 
*(12) [[Simhamukha]], and  
 
*(13) Black [[Manjushri]].
 
*(13) Black [[Manjushri]].

Latest revision as of 07:46, 1 January 2018

The Thirteen Golden Dharmas (Tib. གསེར་ཆོས་བཅུ་གསུམ་, ser chö chusum, Wyl. gser chos bcu gsum) of the Tsar branch of the Sakya school are listed in the Great Tibetan Dictionary as:

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