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The ''''curved knife'''' (Tib. Wyl. ''gri ‘gug'') is a symbolic instrument that symbolizes the severing of the [[four maras|four demons]]. <ref>*bskyed rim gyi zin bris cho ga spyi ’gros ltar bkod pa man ngag kun btus/ kun mkhyen bstan pa’i nyi ma. Quoted in the glossary of ''Deity, Mantra & Wisdom'', Translated by Dharmachakra Translation Committee.</ref>
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The '''curved knife''' (Tib. [[གྲི་གུག་]], ''driguk'', [[Wyl.]] ''gri gug'') is a symbolic instrument that symbolizes the severing of the [[four maras|four demons]].<ref>''bskyed rim gyi zin bris cho ga spyi ’gros ltar bkod pa man ngag kun btus/ kun mkhyen bstan pa’i nyi ma''. Quoted in the glossary of ''Deity, Mantra & Wisdom'', Translated by Dharmachakra Translation Committee.</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:33, 8 March 2018

Curved knife held in the right hand of the dakini, from a tangka of Yeshe Tsogyal

The curved knife (Tib. གྲི་གུག་, driguk, Wyl. gri gug) is a symbolic instrument that symbolizes the severing of the four demons.[1]

References

  1. bskyed rim gyi zin bris cho ga spyi ’gros ltar bkod pa man ngag kun btus/ kun mkhyen bstan pa’i nyi ma. Quoted in the glossary of Deity, Mantra & Wisdom, Translated by Dharmachakra Translation Committee.

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