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'''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.
 
'''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.
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==Alternative Translations==
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*The Quintessence of the Dakinis (Cortland Dahl)
  
 
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Revision as of 10:30, 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.

Alternative Translations

  • The Quintessence of the Dakinis (Cortland Dahl)