Do Dasel Wangmo Series
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Source: Mi nyag pa thub bstan chos dar. mDo mkhyen brtse ye shes rdo rjeʼi gdung rgyud rim byon gyi rnam thar gsal baʼi me long. Beijing: Krung goʼi bod rig pa dpe skrun khang, 2008.
Texts by and about Do Dasel Wangmo (mdo zla gsal dbang mo, 1928–2018), who was a descendent of Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje (1800–1866):
Poetic verses summarizing the liberational life story (rnam thar) and attainments of Khandro Yeshe Tsogyal.
A three-verse supplication for the longevity of Alak Zenkar Rinpoche (b. 1943), which the author humbly claims is neither elegant nor profound but heartfelt.
Poetic verses describing Mañjuśrī's appearance, praising his qualities and invoking the light of his wisdom.
A four-line supplication to Vajrakīla, the wrathful embodiment of enlightened activity.
A four-verse prayer to Sarasvatī in which each line begins with a repeated word for the sake of emphasis, an example of epizeuxis.