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ལྷ་མོ་པརྞ་ཤ་བ་རི། | Glossary of Terms

    ལྷ་མོ་པརྞ་ཤ་བ་རི།

    lha mo par+Na sha ba ri

    Parṇaśāvarī

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Publications: 5
Translation by Bruno Galasek-Hul
  • Parṇaśavarī
  • པཱ་རྞ་ཤ་བ་རི།
  • རི་ཕྲོད་ལོ་མ་གྱོན་མ།
  • pA r+Na sha ba ri
  • ri phrod lo ma gyon ma
  • Parṇaśavarī

A piśācinī renowned in Buddhist lore for her power to cure disease, avert epidemics, and pacify obstacles. She is often considered a form of Tārā.

Tantra Text Warning

Warning: Readers are reminded that according to Vajrayāna Buddhist tradition there are restrictions and commitments concerning tantra. Practitioners who are not sure if they should read this translation are advised to consult the authorities of their lineage. The responsibility for reading this text or sharing it with others who may or may not fulfill the requirements lies in the hands of readers.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Parṇaśavarī
  • རི་ཁྲོད་མ་ཤིང་ལོ་ཅན།
  • ri khrod ma shing lo can
  • Parṇaśavarī
  • Parṇaśāvarī

One of the goddesses in the retinue of Heruka.

Tantra Text Warning

Warning: Readers are reminded that according to Vajrayāna Buddhist tradition there are restrictions and commitments concerning tantra. Practitioners who are not sure if they should read this translation are advised to consult the authorities of their lineage. The responsibility for reading this text or sharing it with others who may or may not fulfill the requirements lies in the hands of readers.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Parṇaśāvarī
  • ལྷ་མོ་པརྞ་ཤ་བ་རི།
  • lha mo par+Na sha ba ri
  • Parṇaśāvarī

A female deity in a variant of the maṇḍala of Caṇḍa­mahā­roṣaṇa.

Translation by Wiesiek Mical
  • Parṇaśavarī
  • རི་ཁྲོད་ལོ་མ་གྱོན་མ།
  • ri khrod lo ma gyon ma
  • Parṇaśavarī

One of the chief vidyārājñīs dwelling with Śākyamuni in the realm of the Pure Abode; one of the goddesses in one of the paintings of Mañjuśrī.

Translation by Ryan Damron · Wiesiek Mical
  • Parṇaśavarī
  • རི་ཁྲོད་ལོ་མ་གྱོན་མ།
  • ri khrod lo ma gyon ma
  • Parṇaśavarī

A piśācī renowned for her ability to cure disease, avert epidemics, and pacify obstacles. She is often considered a form of Tārā.