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Gtsaṅ-smyon He-ru-ka, 1452-1507


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    • Khrag-Dthung-rgyal-po, Yogi, 1452-1507
    • Saṅs-rgyas-rgyal-mtshan, Gtsaṅ-smyon, 1452-1507
    • Rus-paʼi-rgyan-can, Gtsaṅ-smyon, 1452-1507
    • Rüpaʼi Gyan-chen, Yogi, 1452-1507
    • He-ru-ka, Gtsaṅ-smyon, 1452-1507
    • Tsang Nyön Heruka, 1452-1507
    • Heruka, Tsang Nyön, 1452-1507
    • Ju-pi-chien-chin, 1452-1507
    • Ruibaijingjian, 1452-1507
    • Khrag-ʼthuṅ-rgyal-po, 1452-1507
    • Chʻa-tʻung-chieh-pu, 1452-1507
    • Chatongjiebu, 1452-1507
    • Khrag-ʼthung-rgyal-po, Yogi, 1452-1507
    • Rnal-ʼbyor-ba Rus-paʼi-rgyan-can, 1452-1507
    • Rus-paʼi-rgyan-can, Rnal-ʼbyor-ba, 1452-1507
    • Rubijianjin, 1452-1507
    • Caṅ-ñon He-ru-ka, 1452-1507
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    • Birth Date

        1452
    • Death Date

        1507
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  • Sources

    • found: Rnal ʼbyor gyi dbaṅ phyug, 1968.
    • found: Life of Marpa the Translator, 1982:t.p. (Tsang Nyön Heruka)
    • found: Rnal ʼbyor gyi dbaṅ phyug chen po Mi-la-ras-paʼi rnam mgur, 1981:colophon (Ju-pi-chien-chin)
    • found: Mar-pa Lo-tsaʼi rnam thar, 1984:t.p. (Khrag-ʼthuṅ-rgyal-po)
    • found: New Delhi manual auth. cd.:(Khrag-ʼthung-rgyal-po, Yogi)
    • found: Ma-erh-pa i shih chuan, 1989:t.p. (Chʻa-tʻung-chieh-pu; author)
    • found: RLIN WAWC94B9649(hdg.: Gtsaṅ-smyon He-ru-ka, 1452-1507; author of Ma-erh-pa i shih chuan; transcription in authorship area as: Chʻa-tʻung-chieh-pu and Khrag-ʼthuṅ-rgyal-po)
    • found: Chos kyi rgyal po Dri-med-kun-ldan gyi mdzad tshul ... 1993:t.p. (Rnal-ʼbyor-ba Rus-paʼi-rgyan-can)
    • found: Moksha-sarvajña mārga-pradarśaka sadyogīśvara Bhaṭṭāraka Mi-Lā ras-pā kā jīvana-vr̥ttānta, 2003:t.p.(Caṅ-ñon He-ru-ka)
    • found: Mi-la-ras-paʾi rnam thar, 2000:colophon (Ruibaijingjian)
    • found: Crazy for wisdom, 2012:CIP galley (Tsangnyon Heruka (1452-1507) was known neither as the Madman of Tsang (Tsangnyon) nor as Heruka until his early twenties; other names, the most common being the name he received when he was ordained, Sangye Gyaltsen)
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-09-22: new
    • 2012-06-05: revised
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