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'''Kumari''' ([[wyl.]] ''gzhon nu ma'') also called 'Red young girl (kumari) with the head of a yellow bear' ([[Wyl.]] ''gzhon nu mar mo dred kyi mgo'') was the maid servant of [[Kungamo]]. [[Guru Rinpoche]] met her when he went to Kungamo to request teachings, and has he displayed some miracles to draw her attention, she sliced open her heart centre revealing the [[mandala]] of the [[Hundred peaceful and wrathful deities]], adding "I am only a servant."
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'''Kumari''' ([[wyl.]] ''gzhon nu ma'') also called 'Red young girl (kumari) with the head of a yellow bear' ([[Wyl.]] ''gzhon nu mar mo dred kyi mgo'') was the maid servant of [[Kungamo]]. [[Guru Rinpoche]] met her when he went to see Kungamo to request teachings, and as he displayed some miracles to draw her attention, she sliced open her heart centre revealing the [[mandala]] of the [[Hundred peaceful and wrathful deities]], adding "I am only a servant."
  
 
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Revision as of 10:00, 8 October 2007

Kumari (wyl. gzhon nu ma) also called 'Red young girl (kumari) with the head of a yellow bear' (Wyl. gzhon nu mar mo dred kyi mgo) was the maid servant of Kungamo. Guru Rinpoche met her when he went to see Kungamo to request teachings, and as he displayed some miracles to draw her attention, she sliced open her heart centre revealing the mandala of the Hundred peaceful and wrathful deities, adding "I am only a servant."