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The '''two images of Buddha Shakyamuni''' (Tib. སྟོན་པ་རྣམ་གཉིས་, ''tönpa nam nyi''; [[Wyl.]] ''ston pa rnam gnyis''), aka '''two crowned buddhas''' (Tib. ཇོ་བོ་རྣམ་གཉིས་, ''jowo nam nyi''; Wyl. ''jo bo rnam gnyis'') or '''Twin Buddhas''' are the two most sacred representations of the Buddha that were brought to Tibet. They are:  
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The '''two images of Buddha Shakyamuni''' (Tib. སྟོན་པ་རྣམ་གཉིས་, ''tönpa nam nyi'', [[Wyl.]] ''ston pa rnam gnyis''), aka '''two crowned buddhas''' (Tib. ཇོ་བོ་རྣམ་གཉིས་, ''jowo nam nyi'', Wyl. ''jo bo rnam gnyis'') or '''Twin Buddhas''' are the two most sacred representations of the Buddha that were brought to Tibet. They are:  
  
 
# [[Jowo Rinpoche]] in the [[Jokhang]], and
 
# [[Jowo Rinpoche]] in the [[Jokhang]], and

Latest revision as of 12:29, 9 March 2018

The two images of Buddha Shakyamuni (Tib. སྟོན་པ་རྣམ་གཉིས་, tönpa nam nyi, Wyl. ston pa rnam gnyis), aka two crowned buddhas (Tib. ཇོ་བོ་རྣམ་གཉིས་, jowo nam nyi, Wyl. jo bo rnam gnyis) or Twin Buddhas are the two most sacred representations of the Buddha that were brought to Tibet. They are:

  1. Jowo Rinpoche in the Jokhang, and
  2. Jowo Mikyö Dorje in the Ramoche temple.

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