Lineage of diamond light
Dharma Pub., 1991 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 403 pages
A synopsis of Dharma history including the life of the Buddha, the rise of major schools, Mahayana masters, and the Vajrayana transmission to Tibet. Essential for understanding the sources of Tibetan Buddhism. Translations of two texts by Longchenpa, lineage lists, b&w photos, maps, line drawings.
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Qualities of the Buddha
The Vinaya Tradition
The Later Development of Buddhism in India
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Abhidharma Acarya Anuyoga apprehending Aryadeva Asahga Atiyoga attained became bKa'-ma Bodhisattva body bSam-yas Buddha Buddha's teachings Buddhadharma Buddhist centers century commentaries Dakinl dGa'-rab-rdo-rje Dharma Dharmacakra Dharmaklrti Dharmapala Dignaga disciples doctrines enlightenment existence five gNubs-chen gTer-ma gTer-stons Guru hundred India Indrabodhi Inner Tantras instructions Jam-dbyangs mKhyen-brtse'i-dbang-po Jam-dpal-bshes-gnyen Kah-thog Kashmir Khams Khri-srong-lde-btsan King Klong-chen-pa known Lama Mi-pham later Lo-tsa-ba logic Madhyamika Mahayana Mahayoga Maitreya masters meaning meditation mind monastery monastic monks Nagarjuna Nalanda Nyang Oral transmission origin Padmasambhava panditas paramita path philosophical potentialities for experience practice Prajhaparamita-sutras Prajnaparamita Prasahgika precepts presencing preserved principal rDzogs-chen realization realm received rNying-ma Rong-zom sadhanas samsara Sangha Santaraksita Sarvastivadin Sautrantika scholars schools seven sGro-sbug-pa sGyu-'phrul Siddha sNying-thig spiritual Sri Sirhha studied Stupa sunyata Sutras Svatantrika Tarthang Tulku taught teacher texts Tibet Tibetan tradition translated transmitted treatises Vaibhasika Vairotsana Vajrapani Vajrasattva Vajrayana Vasubandhu Vimalamitra Vinaya Vinaya lineage wrote Yanas ye-shes Ye-shes-mdo Yogacara Zhe-chen Zhig-po