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Craig Bialick
Craig Bialick • 3 years ago

Vidyadhara Manjusrimitra came from Suvarnadwipa. He was a direct heart-son of Garab Dorje and was proficient in the secret practice of the wrathful Bodhisattva Manjusri, called Destroyer of Death (Yamantaka).

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