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... According to legend, he revealed these from Samye in 1038, where they had been hidden by Vairocana ...

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At some point in his career, he had a vision of Vairocana the translator, who is said to have become inseparable from his own mind ...

Read more from the biography of Khamtrul Sherab Mebar


The Blue Annals lists several additional teachers, including Paṇḍita Vairocana, Pelchen Galo (dpal chen rgwa lo, d.u.), Purang Lotsāwa (pu hrang lo tsA ba, 11th century), and Yerangwa (ye rang ba) ...

Read more from the biography of Machik Zhama


She is most infamous as the antagonist in the story of the translator Vairocana who had been sent to study Buddhism and Sanskrit in India, where he is said to have trained under the Dzogchen master Śrī Siṃha P10718 ...

Read more from the biography of Margyel Dongkar


... c.1640), himself said to be the reincarnation of Lochen Vairocana and Shupu Pelgyi Sengge (shud phu dpal gyi seng ge, d.u.) ...

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Nyak is known to have combined in one person the “four great rivers of transmitted precepts” (bka'i chu babs chen po bzhi) derived from the great masters Padmasambhava, Vimalamitra, Vairocana, and Yudra Nyingpo (g.yu sgra snying po) ...

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A man named Yazi Bonton (ya zi bon ston) who was a student of Aro Yeshe Junge (a ro ye shes 'byung gnas) transmitted to Rongzom the lineages of the translator Vairocana and other teachings from south and east Asian Buddhist traditions—the latter being the so-called seven Chinese lineages (rgya nag bden brgyud) ...

Read more from the biography of Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo


... Rinchen Puntsok perceived that his talented student had strong predispositions or imprints connected to the Nyingma teachings, and he considered him to be the continuity of Pagor Vairocana the translator (pa gor bai ro tsa na, 8th cent.) ...

Read more from the biography of Sherab Wozer


... Khenpo Ngawang Pelzang told him that he had previously taken the form of the translators Vairocana and Khonton Luwang ('khon ston klu dbang) before appearing as Jigme Lingpa's student Tenzin Sherab (bstan 'dzin shes rab) and then Tromge Yizhin Wangyel.[19] During this time, Khenpo Ngawang Pelzang named Tulku Arik as a holder of his entire lineage.[20] ...

Read more from the biography of Tromge Tulku Arik