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'''The Four Female Demons''' (Tib. ''Dümo Shyi'') <ref> * The notes on ''Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo'', ''Entering the Path of Wisdom'', by Jamyang Drakpa, as recorded by Jokhyab Rinpoche, from ''Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo'', ''Vol. 2'', published by Rangjung Yeshe Publications, ISBN 962-7341-33-9, page205. Original source mentioned in the notes is Ratna Linpa’s Tukdrub Yangdü. </Ref> are female protector deities of Tibet bound under oath by Guru Padmasambhava.
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'''The Four Female Demons''' (Tib. ''Dümo Shyi'') <ref> * The notes on ''Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo'', ''Entering the Path of Wisdom'', by Jamyang Drakpa, as recorded by Jokhyab Rinpoche, from ''Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo'', ''Vol. 2'', published by Rangjung Yeshe Publications, ISBN 962-7341-33-9, page205. Original source mentioned in the notes is [[Ratna Lingpa]]’s Tukdrub Yangdü. </Ref> are female protector deities of Tibet bound under oath by Guru [[Padmasambhava]]. They are:
  
 
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#Great Sovereign - Dorje Kundrakma
'''Four dümo''':
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#Glorious Hari - Dorje Yama Kyong
 
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#Turquoise Mist of Snow Mountains - Dorje Kuntu Zang
Great Sovereign - Dorje Kundrakma
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#Tamer of the Hordes of the Vast Pastures - Dorje Gek kyi Tso
 
 
Glorious Hari - Dorje Yama Kyong
 
 
 
Turqoise Mist of Snow Mountains - Dorje Kuntu Zang
 
 
 
Tamer of the Hordes of the Vast Pastures - Dorje Gek kyi Tso
 
  
 
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* [[Twelve Tenma Sisters]]
 
* [[Twelve Tenma Sisters]]
  
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[[Category: Dharma Protectors]]  
 
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Revision as of 06:51, 26 May 2011

The Four Female Demons (Tib. Dümo Shyi) [1] are female protector deities of Tibet bound under oath by Guru Padmasambhava. They are:

  1. Great Sovereign - Dorje Kundrakma
  2. Glorious Hari - Dorje Yama Kyong
  3. Turquoise Mist of Snow Mountains - Dorje Kuntu Zang
  4. Tamer of the Hordes of the Vast Pastures - Dorje Gek kyi Tso

References

  1. * The notes on Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo, Entering the Path of Wisdom, by Jamyang Drakpa, as recorded by Jokhyab Rinpoche, from Lamrim Yeshe Nyingpo, Vol. 2, published by Rangjung Yeshe Publications, ISBN 962-7341-33-9, page205. Original source mentioned in the notes is Ratna Lingpa’s Tukdrub Yangdü.

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