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Nyak Jnanakumara. One of Padma's closest disciples among the eight heart-sons, this translator also worked directly with Vimalamitra on the Guhyagarbha and received his transmission. Renowned for his Vajrakila practice and transmission, received from Vimalamitra, Nyak also studied Dzogchen with Vairotsana, becoming the principal source of transmission for all Ati streams in Tibet after the departure of Guru Rinpoche.

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#ColoringForMeditation Kamalashila (Tib. པདྨའི་ངང་ཚུལ་, Pemé Ngang Tsul) (c. 740-795) — this master was the main disciple of the great abbot Shantarakshita.  #TibetanArt #TibetanColoring #Thangka #BuddhistArt #BuddhistColoring

པདྨའི་ངང་ཚུལ་, Pemé Ngang Tsul) (c. — this master was the main disciple of the great abbot Shantarakshita.

Haribhadra (700-770) Disciple of Santaraksita, most important commentator on the Prajnaparamita-sutras who began a lineage that flourished for centuries in India and Kashmir. In a vision, Maitreya instructed Haribhadra to study all the texts, select the correct ones and compile his own commentary. Under the patronage of King Dharmapala he came to east India and taught Dharma to thousands. Becoming the king's teacher, 50 temples were constructed, including the great university of Vikramasila.

Haribhadra (700-770) Disciple of Santaraksita, most important commentator on the Prajnaparamita-sutras who began a lineage that flourished for centuries in India and Kashmir. In a vision, Maitreya instructed Haribhadra to study all the texts, select the correct ones and compile his own commentary. Under the patronage of King Dharmapala he came to east India and taught Dharma to thousands. Becoming the king's teacher, 50 temples were constructed, including the great university of Vikramasila.

Gyalwa Jangchub. One of the eight self-mastered scholars, ordained with six other Tibetans by Shantarakshita, he was an exemplary monk, studied closely with Padmasambhava, rich in empowerments. He visited India many times and translated numerous texts. Able to fly through the sky, he was present at the departure mandala which gathered around the Guru for 21 days at a place called Multi-colored Dragon to clarify details and receive final instructions.

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