This impressive ebook brings jointly greater than one hundred fifty genuine Buddhist instructing stories from the Hidden country of Tibet — such a lot by no means sooner than translated into English. those eye-catching tales, legends and yarns — handed orally from instructor to scholar — catch the colourful knowledge of an old and still-living oral culture. Magical, whimsical, witty and ribald, The Snow Lion's Turquoise Mane unfolds a luminous imaginative and prescient of a universe the place simple goodness, concord, and wish prevails.
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