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  • Shuk-den is presented in the rare texts where he appears prior to the contemporary period, that is, as a worldly deity ( 'jig rten pa'i lha) who can be propitiated but not worshiped.

    The Shuk-den affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part I)

  • ‚ Dpal bsam yas lhun gyis grub pa'i gtsugs lag khang gi srung ma phrin las kiy mgon pa kun khyab rdo rje drag po rtsal gyi spyan 'dren bskang pa phrin bcol, 12. b-16.a.

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  • [60] They share human emotions such as anger or jealousy, which makes them more effective than the more remote supra-mundane deities ( 'jig rten las' das pa'i lha), but also more prone to take offense at the actions of humans or other protectors.

    The Shuk-den Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part II)

  • Drak-ba Gyel-tsen (sprul sku grags rgyan skye bar grags pa'i khang zhi bde skyid rgyal po) (Rehu mig,) 70.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part I)

  • I examine how Shuk-den is presented in the rare texts where he appears prior to the contemporary period, that is, as a worldly deity ( 'jig rten pa'i lha) who can be propitiated but not worshiped.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part I)

  • Eia hou ho'i, 'o ka mea ma'a mau i nā' aha ho'okolokolo 'Amelika ka pa'i mālie wale' ana nō i ka lima o ia 'ano' u'a.

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  • The main title of the book "The Play of the Omniscient" is a literal translation of the title in Choekey (thams cad mkhyen pa'i rol mo) and is typical of the flowery title of great masters 'biographies.

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  • (dge ldan bstan bsrung ba'i lha mchog sprul pa'i chos rgyal chen po rdo rje shugs ldan rtsal gyi gsang gsum rmad du byung ba'i rtogs pa brjod pa'i gtam du bya ba dam can can rgya mtsho dgyes pa'i rol mo,)

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  • [18] gad kha sa lags a rgyal gyi 'phrul la brten ngag dbang bsod nams dge legs dpal bzang gyi sku skye rdzus ma lam du song ba smon lam log pa'i dam srid gyur te/.

    The Shugden Affair: Origins of a Controversy (Part I)

  • [43] kun gzigs lnga pa chen po grub mtha 'gsar rnying thams cad' dzing skyong spel bar mdzad pas/chos skyong chen po 'dis sngon gyi thugs smon gyi dbang gis' jam mgon bla ma'i ring lugs dri ma med par bsrung zhing skyong ba'i phyir/rgyal dbang mchog la shin tu 'jigs su rung ba'i rnam' gyur sna tshogs ston pa'i gzigs snang byung ba na/

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