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Reliogion sects

Tibetan Buddhism, In 1073 BC, Tibetan Lama Kongchog Gyalpo built Sakya Monastery and advocated his own Esoteric disciplines and called it “Sakya Sect”. Enclosures around the Sakya monasteries are painted with red, white and black stripes, which respectively symbolize the Wisdom Buddha, the Goddess of Mercy and the Diamond Hand Buddha. Hence, the Sakya sect...
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The Kagyu Sect was developed during the Later transmission period of Buddhism in the 11th and 12nd centuries.  and belongs to the newly translated tantra school. At the beginning, there were two founders: one is Qiongbulangjueba (990-1140), the other is Maba lozawa (Maba translator) (1012-1197). The two of them have been to Nepal, India and...
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Nyingma School is a tradition based on ancient Buddhist legends, mainly based on Berozana’s translation of Indian Buddhist texts. As a tantric system, it is called Sangngak Nyingma. Its teachings are handed down from the 8th century and include local religious customs and local gods, as well as the shamanistic elements it shares with Bon....
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The Bön teachings were by now well established in Zhang-Zhung. Zhang-Zhung was an independent state with its own language, literature, and culture. It was divided into three sections referred to as the “Three Doors”: inner (phugpa), outer(gopa), and middle (barpa). The inner door is Olmo Lung Ring, the middle door is Tazik, and the outer...
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Originating in 1409, the Geluk Sect, the latest sect of Tibetan Buddhism, is formed during the process of the Reformation held by Je Tsongkhapa, a famous reformer in the history of Tibetan Buddhism in the 15th century. He was born at the age when the Jangchup Gyaltsen took the place of the Sakya sect. At...
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