Prayer to Tara, Dispeller of the Eight Fears – Translation Workbook

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This Translation Workbook focuses on an excerpt from a prayer to Tara written by Gendun Drupa who posthumously became known as the First Dalai Lama. The original work is entitled Praise to the Venerable Lady Khadiravani Tara (legs dris ma in Tibetan).

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Prayer to Tara, Dispeller of the Eight Fears – Translation Workbook

This Translation Workbook focuses on an excerpt from a prayer to Tara written by Gendun Drupa who posthumously became known as the First Dalai Lama. The original work is entitled Praise to the Venerable Lady Khadiravani Tara (legs dris ma in Tibetan).

Tara is known as she that saves from the Eight Great Fears. Gendun Drupa’s approach here is enlightening, bringing out the twofold nature of the fears—their outer aspect of lions, elephants, and so on, and their inner aspect, that is, the mental defilements that they represent. Enjoy reading and translating these verses from the tantric dimension of Tibetan Buddhism.

The workbook contains the English translation, workbook pages for the student, an interlinear.

Additional information

Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 11 × .5 in
Brand

Tibetan Language Institute

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