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'''Maitripa''' was one of great [[mahasiddha]]s of India, and one of [[Marpa Lotsawa]]'s main teacher. He found ''[[Distinguishing Dharma and Dharmata]]'' and the ''[[The Sublime Continuum]]'' of [[Maitreya]].
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'''Maitripa''' (Skt.; Tib. [[མཻ་ཏྲི་པ་]], [[Wyl.]] ''mai tri pa'') (1007-1078?) was one of the great [[mahasiddha]]s of India, and a disciple of [[Naropa]] and [[Saraha]]. He found ''[[Distinguishing Dharma and Dharmata]]'' and the ''[[The Sublime Continuum]]'' of [[Maitreya]]. Maitripa is an important figure in [[Tibetan Buddhism]] because he was one of the main teachers of [[Marpa Lotsawa]] and [[Khyungpo Naljor]] who brought his lineage of teachings to Tibet.
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==External Links==
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*{{TBRC|P44|TBRC profile of Maitripa}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:14, 17 May 2018

Maitripa

Maitripa (Skt.; Tib. མཻ་ཏྲི་པ་, Wyl. mai tri pa) (1007-1078?) was one of the great mahasiddhas of India, and a disciple of Naropa and Saraha. He found Distinguishing Dharma and Dharmata and the The Sublime Continuum of Maitreya. Maitripa is an important figure in Tibetan Buddhism because he was one of the main teachers of Marpa Lotsawa and Khyungpo Naljor who brought his lineage of teachings to Tibet.

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