- Offerings to give thanks for the Prince's
- This paragraph, the first part of which is
addressed directly to Atisha, forms the writer's conclusion to the first
part of the story.
- From this point onwards, the story continues
in the first person with Atisha as the narrator.
- Atisha was not boasting. Having by tantric
means taken on the form of the terrible, he had become the
- Twenty-one forms of the goddess
- Atisha's chief disciple.
- Another of Atisha's names.
- A nephew of Lha Lama.
- A Tibetan living in India.
- A fabulous mountain region, the chief peak
of which is said to be 15,990 feet.
- Elders who severally preached Buddhist
doctrine in the various islands and continents of the Buddhist
- The day of removing faults by making
confession to a monk.
- An offering to quench the thirst of
- Serpent-gods who live under the
- Great Compassion, another name for the
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