Courtesy of Himalayan Art Resources
A selection of texts belonging to the genre, or on the topic, of dhāraṇī (gzungs), mantric formulae or incantations:
Vajravidāraṇa (rdo rje rnam ‘joms) is a semi-wrathful form of Vajrapāṇi and the deity’s dhāraṇī (gzungs), counted as a kriyā-tantra, is known for its healing and purifying effect. The incantation inspired a large number of ritual liturgies and commentaries, both Indic and Tibetan. Today, the dhāraṇī is commonly recited by Tibetan and Newar Buddhists. In Tibetan it is preserved mainly in two forms, the one in the Kangyur and a Nyingma version. Here is the latter, the Nyingma version, which is said to be a reconstruction based upon commentarial literature.