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བཀའ་བརྒྱུད་ཚོགས་ལས་
bka' brgyud tshogs las
Kagyu Feast Liturgy

Damngak Dzö Volume 14 (ཕ་) / Pages 337-339 / Folios 1a1 to 2a1
Translation's Introduction by Harding, S.

This feast liturgy[1] is essentially the long lineage supplication found in the Source of All Qualities (pp. 309–11), the only difference being that the lines naming the place and the person are followed by “dwells in the midst of heroes and heroines: I supplicate with longing and devotion,” rather than with the four lines requesting blessings. Then the short prayer requesting the consecration of the environs for the feast is added here after the supplication. This too is nearly the same as in the Source of All Qualities, where it is attributed to Machik and Rigongpa. It seems that this liturgy offers a short alternative, rather than an addition, to the extensive feast supplications in the longer liturgies.


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  1. bKa’ brgyud tshogs las, in DNZ, vol. 14 (pha), pp. 337–39; DNZ-K, vol. 9, pp. 781–83. DV, vol. ja, pp. 659–63.


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