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Resources: About The Twenty-One Praises to Tara

Statue of Tara from the NY Retreat Center of Palyul Buddhist CentersThe Twenty-One Praises to Tara are practiced in Palyul Centers around the world every Sunday morning. In the monasteries, the practice is conducted every day after the Sang offering in the Monasteries. Thupten Shedrub Gyatso, who was a Tulku in one of the Palyul Monasteries, wrote this commentary. His present incarnation, Rago Chogtrul currently lives in Tibet.

We currently the HTML version of the text below or a Microsoft Word document version of the Twenty-One Praises To Tara commentary. Please feel free to download and read. If you can, a donation for the work of Khenpo Tenzin Norgay would be most gratefully accepted. You can send such a donation to the retreat center in the United States at 359 German Hollow Road, McDonough, NY 13801.

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'tulku' - Tib ~ A reincarnate lama. The Tibetan translation of the Sanskrit "nirmanakaya", used as an honorific term for recognized incarnations of lamas, who are found, usually in childhood, and are brought up to inherit the lineage and often the monastic foundations of their predecessors.

 









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