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A series of inscriptions (byang yig) including verso inscriptions (rgyab byang) and recto inscriptions (zhal byang) from thangka paintings and other works of art:
An inscription for an image of the Lords of the Three Families, i.e., Avalokiteśvara, Mañjuśrī and Vajrapāṇi, with prayers for the positive rebirth and wellbeing of someone by the name of Kunga Trinlé.
- Exquisite Melody of the Auspicious Tamboura: A Depiction of the Profound Treasure Revelations at Chimé Karmo Taktsang Rockface and Yumtso Lake with Brief Captions by Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa
Chokgyur Lingpa's first-hand account of the treasure revelations of The Essential Sacred Dharma in Five Cycles (dam chos snying po skor lnga), The Gradual Path of Wisdom Essence (lam rim ye shes snying po), and The Magical Net of the Three Roots (rtsa gsum sgyu ’phrul drva ba) at Chimé Karmo Taktsang and Sengé Yumtsho in Kham in 1866. The account was inscribed on the back of a thangka depicting the revelation scene.