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  • The art in the galleries upstairs - much of it by an artist called Dorje Chang Buddha III, whose followers believe he's the incarnation of the primordial Buddha - is equally eclectic.

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  • A ruthless devil such as Dorje must be, in receipt of information that his agents had produced major disasters in a dozen countries, would be likely to order them all to cut loose and wreak general havoc.


  • Let’s take a look at the Vajra Mudra in this way; Vajra meaning a diamond thunderbolt is also called a Dorje in Tibet and is symbolised by a small sceptre made up of several parts.

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  • "We have caught your twin sister," I said, "and she tells us that your Dorje is only one of a committee, that her Dorje is the real one.


  • "Dorje," remarked Benjamin, "will go by way of Chak-sam because there he has a relay post.


  • "Dorje," she said, "has elements of greatness, but he won't last.


  • "Dorje," I said to McGowan, as we began to drive at greater speed at last through quieter streets toward the hospital, "must have been at this game quite a long time.


  • "Dorje," she answered, "don't show these blunderers the new one.


  • The songs from the album Chö are a series of invocations, praises, supplications and other practices taken from a cycle of Chö teachings developed by the Third Karmapa Rangjung Dorje 1284-1339, head of one of the four main lineages of Tibetan Buddhism, the Kagyü.

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  • "What we are seeing in Tibet is nothing short of an uprising," said Tenzine Dorje, 32, of Tibetan origin, who helped organize the protest on behalf of Students for a Free Tibet.

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