Difference between revisions of "Khandro Yangtik"

From Rigpa Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
m
Line 1: Line 1:
'''Khandro Yangtik''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mkha' 'gro yang thig'') 'The Innermost Heart Drop of the Dakinis' — one of the 'Four Sections of Nyingtik' ([[Nyingtik Yabshyi]]). The main and longest text in the Khandro Yangtik—the ''Cloud-bank of Ocean-like Profound Meanings''—is a commentary composed by the Omniscient [[Longchen Rabjam]] on the [[Khandro Nyingtik]]. The Khandro Nyingtik is known as the 'mother' text, while the Khandro Yangtik is known as 'child' text.
+
'''Khandro Yangtik''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mkha' 'gro yang thig''), 'The Innermost Heart Drop of the Dakinis' — one of the 'Four Sections of Nyingtik' (Tib. [[Nyingtik Yabshyi]]). The main and longest text in the Khandro Yangtik, the ''Cloud-bank of Ocean-like Profound Meanings'', is a commentary composed by the Omniscient [[Longchen Rabjam]] on the [[Khandro Nyingtik]]. The Khandro Nyingtik is known as the 'mother' text, while the Khandro Yangtik is known as 'child' text.
  
 
[[Category:Texts]]
 
[[Category:Texts]]

Revision as of 09:30, 8 August 2013

Khandro Yangtik (Wyl. mkha' 'gro yang thig), 'The Innermost Heart Drop of the Dakinis' — one of the 'Four Sections of Nyingtik' (Tib. Nyingtik Yabshyi). The main and longest text in the Khandro Yangtik, the Cloud-bank of Ocean-like Profound Meanings, is a commentary composed by the Omniscient Longchen Rabjam on the Khandro Nyingtik. The Khandro Nyingtik is known as the 'mother' text, while the Khandro Yangtik is known as 'child' text.