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'''Marpa Chökyi Lodrö''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mar pa chos kyi blo gros'') or '''Marpa Lotsawa''' (1012-1097) was a great Tibetan master and translator, and a disciple of [[Naropa]] and other great [[siddha]]s. He brought many [[tantra]]s from India to Tibet and translated them. These teachings were passed down through [[Milarepa]] and his other disciples, and are the basis of the teachings of the [[Kagyü]] lineage.
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[[Image:Marpa.jpg|frame|'''Marpa Lotsawa''' courtesy of Shechen Archives]]'''Marpa Chökyi Lodrö''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mar pa chos kyi blo gros'') or '''Marpa Lotsawa''' (1012-1097) was a great Tibetan master and translator, and a disciple of [[Naropa]] and other great [[siddha]]s. He brought many [[tantra]]s from India to Tibet and translated them. These teachings were passed down through [[Milarepa]] and his other disciples, and are the basis of the teachings of the [[Kagyü]] lineage.
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 07:41, 6 July 2009

Marpa Lotsawa courtesy of Shechen Archives

Marpa Chökyi Lodrö (Wyl. mar pa chos kyi blo gros) or Marpa Lotsawa (1012-1097) was a great Tibetan master and translator, and a disciple of Naropa and other great siddhas. He brought many tantras from India to Tibet and translated them. These teachings were passed down through Milarepa and his other disciples, and are the basis of the teachings of the Kagyü lineage.

Further Reading

  • Nalanda Translation Committee, The Life of Marpa the Translator. Boston: Shambala Publications, 1995