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The '''Vimalaprabha''' ([[Wy.]] ''dri med 'od'') translated as ''Stainless Light'' or ''Immaculate Light'' is the main commentary on the [[Kalachakra]] tantra. Composed by Pundarika the second [[Kalkin king]] of [[Shambala]], and introduced in Tibet in the 11th century it is the basis for all Kalachakra commentaries.  
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The '''Vimalaprabha''' ([[Wyl.]] ''dri med 'od'') translated as ''Stainless Light'' or ''Immaculate Light'' is the main commentary on the [[Kalachakra]] tantra. Composed by Pundarika the second [[Kalkin king]] of [[Shambala]], and introduced in Tibet in the 11th century it is the basis for all Kalachakra commentaries.  
  
 
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The Vimalaprabha (Wyl. dri med 'od) translated as Stainless Light or Immaculate Light is the main commentary on the Kalachakra tantra. Composed by Pundarika the second Kalkin king of Shambala, and introduced in Tibet in the 11th century it is the basis for all Kalachakra commentaries.