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Monk prostrating himself before the Mahābodhi stūpa, Bodhgaya

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May the living tradition of Guru Padmasambhava, Bodhisattva Śāntarakṣita and the Dharma King Tri Songdetsen,

Spread throughout the world in all directions!

May the Buddha, Dharma and Saṅgha be present in the minds of all,

Inseparably, at all times, bringing peace, happiness and well-being!

The following texts are recited during the annual Nyingma Mönlam prayer festival in Bodhgaya:

Adamantine Magical Wheel

Amitābha Mönlam

Aspiration of Vajradhātu Maṇḍala

Aspiration to Generate Bodhicitta

Barché Lamsel

Blazing Wheel

Bodhisattva Vow

Chanting the Names of Mañjuśrī

Confession

Dhāraṇī of Amitāyus

Eight Auspicious Ones

Final Words

Ground, Path & Fruition Prayer

Guru Rinpoche Prayers

Guru Rinpoche Visualization

Heart Sūtra

Kunzang Mönlam

Le'u Dünma

The first chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), is the Prayer to the Three-Kāya Guru, supplemented by supplications to the other masters of the lineage.

The second chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to King Tri Songdetsen, is to be recited in the evening, the time of wrath.

The third chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to Lady Yeshe Tsogyal, is to be recited before first light, the time of increase or enrichment.

The fourth chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to the monk Namkhai Nyingpo, is to be recited at dawn, the time of pacification.

The fifth chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to Nanam Dorje Dudjom, is to be recited in the afternoon, the time of magnetizing and power.

The sixth chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma), given to Prince Mutri Tsenpo, is to be recited in the darkness of midnight.

The seventh chapter from The Prayer in Seven Chapters (le'u bdun ma) was given to the king of Gungthang and is to be recited at midday, during rest.

Long-Life Prayers

Maitreya's Aspiration

Mañjuśrī

Prayer for Spread of Nyingma Tradition

Resounding Drum of Truth

Rishi's Maledictory Incantation

Sage's Powerful Words of Truth

Śākyamuni Practice

Secret Vajra Knot

Seven-Line Prayer

Siṃhamukhā

Sitātapatrā

Sixteen Arhats

Thangtong Gyalpo Prayers

Words of Truth

Yeshe Tsogyal’s Prayer

Zabtik Drolchok

Zangchö Mönlam

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