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'''Dagam''' ([[Wyl.]] ''zla gam'') is a cape worn in practice assemblies. Literally the Tibetan dagam means 'half-moon', and is the a reference to the fact the cape forms a half-circle shape when worn. It is one of the robes of [[Guru Rinpoche]], and as such wearing it a key points of group practice, such as invocation of the wisdom deities helps us assuming being  Guru Rinpoche.  
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'''Dagam''' ([[Wyl.]] ''zla gam'') is a cape worn in practice assemblies. Literally the Tibetan dagam means 'half-moon', and is the a reference to the fact the cape forms a half-circle shape when worn. It is one of the robes of [[Guru Rinpoche]], and as such wearing it, together with the Lotus hat both unique to Guru Rinpoche, at key points of group practice, such as invocation of the wisdom deities helps us assuming being  Guru Rinpoche.  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:58, 16 March 2016

Dagam (Wyl. zla gam) is a cape worn in practice assemblies. Literally the Tibetan dagam means 'half-moon', and is the a reference to the fact the cape forms a half-circle shape when worn. It is one of the robes of Guru Rinpoche, and as such wearing it, together with the Lotus hat both unique to Guru Rinpoche, at key points of group practice, such as invocation of the wisdom deities helps us assuming being Guru Rinpoche.