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The '''Butön Gong Khukma''' ([[Wyl.]] ''bu ston gong khug ma'') or Chimé Tsedrup ([[Wyl.]] ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>chi med tshe sgrub'') is a [[terma]] revealed by [[Guru Chöwang]], and transmitted through the [[Shalu Monastery|Shalu]] and [[Sakyapa]] traditions via [[Butön Rinchen Drup]]—which is why it is known as the ''Butön'' Gongkugma in these traditions.  A "''gong khug''" is a small pouch worn around the neck or in the breast pocket of a shirt, close to the heart.  
 
The '''Butön Gong Khukma''' ([[Wyl.]] ''bu ston gong khug ma'') or Chimé Tsedrup ([[Wyl.]] ''<nowiki>'</nowiki>chi med tshe sgrub'') is a [[terma]] revealed by [[Guru Chöwang]], and transmitted through the [[Shalu Monastery|Shalu]] and [[Sakyapa]] traditions via [[Butön Rinchen Drup]]—which is why it is known as the ''Butön'' Gongkugma in these traditions.  A "''gong khug''" is a small pouch worn around the neck or in the breast pocket of a shirt, close to the heart.  
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== Text ==
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Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Taye. ''rin chen gter mdzod chen mo''. Kathmandu: Shechen Publications, 2007, vol. 6 p. 369-406.
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Revision as of 08:00, 22 April 2016

The Butön Gong Khukma (Wyl. bu ston gong khug ma) or Chimé Tsedrup (Wyl. 'chi med tshe sgrub) is a terma revealed by Guru Chöwang, and transmitted through the Shalu and Sakyapa traditions via Butön Rinchen Drup—which is why it is known as the Butön Gongkugma in these traditions. A "gong khug" is a small pouch worn around the neck or in the breast pocket of a shirt, close to the heart.


Text

Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Taye. rin chen gter mdzod chen mo. Kathmandu: Shechen Publications, 2007, vol. 6 p. 369-406.


External Link