The Lion Roars: Interview with the 17th Karmapa

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The current tendency to attend any initiation given by any lama, without prior investigation, and having taken initiation, then to speak against the lama is not good. To the Tibetan language bibliography one may add a text of the Drigung school founder 'Jig rten mGon po (1143-1217) on metal images. 194 193 The Collected Writings [gSung 'bum] of 'Brigung Chos rje 'Jig rten mGon po Rin chen dpal. p. 227. the only so far available Tibetan text on this subject except the well-known Tibetan Classification of Buddhist lmages According to their Style as published by Guiseppe Tucci in 1959.

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Publisher: Pilgrims Publishing (December 1, 2005)

ISBN: 8177692836

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