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“The Chinese envoys that were sent to Tibet, however, the so-called “Golden Document Holders” (gser-yig-pa), were murdered there.”
“In Necklace of Gzi, Namkhai Norbu asserts that the form of the letters in the Tibetan script was derived from an older Zhang-zhung alphabet, called “Maryig” (smar-yig), which ultimately would have also derived from an Indian script.”
“Buddhists on both sides of the border sought mediation, resulting in the Doring peace treaty (rDo-ring yig-cha) in 821 reaffirming the boundaries of the treaty of 783.”
“Moreover, within the Gelug tradition, various monasteries follow the textbook (yig-cha) traditions of different great masters.”
“In addition, each follows one of several textbooks (yig-cha) that developed to explain the fine points.”
“Jangtsey College follows the sutra textbooks (yig-cha) of Jetsunpa Chokyi-gyeltsen (rJe-btsun-pa Chos-kyi rgyal-mtshan) (1469-1544), in common with Sera Jey and Sera Ngagpa”
“The meaning of a vajra expression that one can derive from relying merely on dictionaries and grammar books is its literal meaning (yig-don).”
“Kha-chems rlung-la bskur-ba'i 'phrin-yig (A Last Testament Letter Cast to the Wind).”
“Blo-sbyong zhen-pa bzhi-bral-gyi khrid-yig zab-mo gnad-kyi lde'u-mig (A Key to the Essential Profound Points: Discourse Notes on the Cleansing of Attitudes, [Manjushri's] Parting from the Four [Stages of] Clinging).”
“Notes from a Discourse on the Gelug Tradition of Mahamudra (dGa-ldan phyag-rgya chen-po'i khrid-yig).”
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