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*[http://www.songtsen.org/chanteloube/EN/dp_homage_buddhas.php English translation and Tibetan transliteration from Padamakara]
 
*[http://www.songtsen.org/chanteloube/EN/dp_homage_buddhas.php English translation and Tibetan transliteration from Padamakara]
  
 
[[Category: Prayers and Practices]]
 
[[Category: Prayers and Practices]]

Latest revision as of 10:52, 27 September 2012

Homage to the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas — a practice of homage and prayer to some of the principal buddhas and bodhisattvas, composed by Kyabjé Trulshik Rinpoche, and arranged for recitation by practitioners of all levels.

Table of Contents

  1. Our Compassionate Teacher, Shakyamuni
  2. Glorious Vajrasattva
  3. Amitayus, Buddha of Limitless Life and Wisdom
  4. Amitabha, Buddha of Limitless Light
  5. Buddha Ratnashikhin
  6. Bhaishajya Guru, Buddha of Medicine
  7. Buddha’s Regent, the Protector Maitreya
  8. Noble Avalokiteshvara
  9. Noble Lord Manjushri
  10. 'The Vajra Subduer': Vajra Vidarana
  11. Noble Vijaya, Goddess of Victory
  12. The Revered and Noble Tara
  13. Prayer to the Guru, the Embodiment of All the Buddhas
  14. Finally, the Wrathful Union of Hayagriva, Vajrapani and Garuda

Oral Transmission Given to the Rigpa Sangha

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