Ga Rabjampa Kunga Yeshe
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Texts by and about the Sakya scholar Ga Rabjampa Kunga Yeshe (sga rab 'byams pa kun dga' ye shes, 1397–1470), founder of Tharlam Monastery:
As he was approaching death, Gatön Ngawang Lekpa composed this four-line prayer to Ga Rabjampa Kunga Yeshe (1397–1470) requesting his assistance in order to reach the pureland of Sukhāvatī.
- The Excellent Path to Enlightenment: An Aspiration Towards the Mahāyāna Mind Training | Aspiration Prayers
A prayer of aspiration that incorporates the central principles and key terminology of the lojong (blo sbyong) or 'mind training' tradition according to the Mahāyāna.
- Praise of Kunga Yeshe, Great Being and Master of Extensive Scriptural Traditions by Gatön Ngawang Lekpa | Praise
In these five verses, Ngawang Lekpa praises the body, speech, mind, qualities and activity of Ga Rabjampa, the great scholar and founder of Tharlam Monastery. The author incorporates the syllables of the master's name, Kunga Yeshe (meaning total joy and wisdom), into every verse.