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Title: Biografia di Lama Tzongkhapa - Lama Tsongkhapa: a biography
Other Title: Lama Tsongkhapa: a biography
Teacher: Dagyab Rinpoche 
Categories: Categories Vocabulary::General Teachings::various discourses
Tradition: Gelug
Issue Date: 18-Feb-1988
Principal Language: de
Translation Language: it
Related Publication: Vita e Insegnamenti di Lama Tzong Khapa (Chiara Luce Edizioni - 312 pag.)
Description: Lama Tsongkhapa was born in a province of Eastern Tibet in 1357, as had been prophesied by Buddha Shakyamuni and Guru Padmasambhava. The auspicious signs surrounding his birth indicated that he was a truly gifted being with exceptional qualities. Raised and educated by one of the greatest Masters of Yamantaka Tantra, at the age of sixteen he moved to complete his studies in Central Tibet, where he received teachings and initiations from 45 gurus of different schools. After intensely applying to the study and contemplation of the different teachings, he entered a four-year retreat during which he was able to eat only one seed a day. Having achieved the completion of the stages of Tantra and the consequent realizations he attracted thousands of disciples. At the age of sixty-three he announced that he would pass away and on the 25th day of the tenth lunar month he gave a short talk on the altruistic Mind of Enlightenment (Bodhicitta), then sat in meditation and stopped breathing. His numerous disciples saw his body take on the form of a sixteen-year-old lad.
Other Identifiers: AAU-BTFWCVSMU
Content restrictions: LIBERO
Access Mode: LIBERO
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