Short sūtra or tantra texts used mainly for ritual purposes, mostly structured around a dhāraṇī formula in Sanskrit, its uses and the story of its origin (Toh 846-1108).
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Compendium of Dhāraṇīs
The actual collection of 250 dhāraṇī texts (Toh 846-1093).
Canonical aspiration and dedication prayers to conclude the Compendium of Dhāraṇīs (Toh 1094-1108).
This broad section of Dhāraṇī, which corresponds to the gzungs ’dus division of the Degé Kangyur, contains two subdivisions: the Compendium of Dhāraṇīs, a collection of 249 dhāraṇī texts themselves (Toh 846-1093), and a small group of 15 texts (Toh 1094-1108) included at the end of the section as a whole by way of dedication and aspiration prayers.