Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Guru Padma Sambhava Mantra

Ani Choying Drolma - Seven Line Guru Rinpoche Prayer

(If you have slow Internet connection Tips to watch video is after press play button, pause the video for a while to let video streaming then push the play again. Enjoy)
Read about The Vajra Seven-Line Prayer to Guru Rimpoche


Padmasambhava, Lotus born Guru, is very prominent historical figure worshiped as deity in Tibetan Buddhism is the patron saint of Tibet.

Another mantra of padmasambhava with voice of Ani choying Drolma's Album "SELWA".


(If you have slow Internet connection Tips to watch video is after press play button, pause the video for a while to let video streaming then push the play again. Enjoy)


Padmasambhava (also known as Guru Rinpoche) was an Indian siddha who was invited to Tibet by King Trisong Detsen, to propagate the doctrine of Buddha. Because Padmasambhava’s teachings contain many hidden treasures intended for generations to come, he has become known as the most important Tibetan master.

If you want to know what is the meaning of The Vajra Guru Mantra? Visit VAJRA GURU MANTRA .
Note: Due to a claim by a copyright holder, the audio track has been permanently muted in the you tube link.
Aother YouTube links for listen this chant in consort by Ani choying drolma, Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9mEu2pkhoc

3 comments:

आकार said...

Vajra Guru Mantra by Ani Choying ?????
हैन, मैले नबुझेको हो कि क्या हो ??
आवाज त मैले सुनिँन त ??

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Tibet Arts said...

Hi Aakar,
Thanks for your comments.
Due to a claim by a copyright holder, the audio track has been permanently muted.
But don't worry you can see and listen this mantra in Given Link (Above).

Thanks Nepali blog awards, for inviting me. I will join community .

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