The Buddhism of Tibet Or Lamaism

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Cosimo, Inc., 2007 - Religion - 624 pages
 

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Contents

IntroductoryDi VISION OF SOBJBCT
1
Genealogical Tree of Laroaist Sects
55
Ge4gpa Monk and Attendant
64
The Lord fiend
70
The Universe of the Lamas
78
Heavenly Birth
87
The Doctrine ato its Morauty 132154
132
Hot Hell No 3
136
Tara the Green
359
The Rod Gold of Wealth
370
The Lotusbom Babe
381
MYTHOLOGY AND CODS
386
Garuda Yantra Charm
387
Te Eight Glorious Emblems
393
The Five Bats of Fortune 38
401
The Tibetan LUIWHorse
411

Magic Circle
143
VII SCRIPOTRISS AND LlTERATORB 155168
155
A Tibetan Doctor of Divinity
163
This Ordbr of Lamas 169211
169
Lamas Hats
196
Waterbottle Wallet
202
AlarmStaff of a mendicant Monk
211
Prayercylinder for Table
223
Head Lama of Pekin
244
Monastery of Chogortan
253
XI MONASTERIES 255286
255
Funereal Buddhist Monument
262
Tomb of Tashi Lima
271
The GoKupea or Kiku Tamsa Tower at Taahilhunpo
273
Monastery of UtaiShan
279
Kumbum Taerhssu
286
Altar domestic of a Ninma Lama
297
Benedictory Seal of Grand Tashi Lama
304
Guardian King of the South
330
The Five Celestial Jinas
338
The Vast Luekfiag
419
F RITUAL AND SORCERY
420
Dough Sacrificial Effigies of the Lamas
425
Arrangement of the Banquet to the whole Assembly of Gods
429
The Eucharist of Ltmaism
444
Geomantic Trigrams
450
Lotus Diceboard 489
466
Rebirth Diceboard
472
Exorcisers Horn
488
The Effigy of the Dead Person
496
FESTIVALS AND PLAYS
501
Some Actors in the Mystic Play
515
Diagram of Royal Monastery at Teaggyeling
522
Dance of the Death Demons in Hamis Monastery
528
Some Masks
536
Some Actors of the Play of Nan8ft 585
566
A Tibetan Lady with Amulets
572
APPENDICES
575
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