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Ha ha rgod p

From Tibetan Buddhist Encyclopedia
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Wild Cries of Ha Ha (North-East)

(Wyl. ha ha rgod pa) In the north-eastern charnel ground is a walnut tree called Nadota. At its foot is the guardian of the north-east called Ishvara. He is white, holds a trident and skull-cup, and rides a bull. At the top of the tree there is a white regional guardian called Bull Face. In the lake below there is a white naga called Great Lotus, and in the sky above there is a cloud called Unmoving. The black mountain called Great Power has a fire of wisdom blazing at its base, and a white stupa on its peak.


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