RJES

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RJESRussian Journal of Earth Sciences (est. 1998)
RJESRussian Joint Energy Systems
RJESRomanian Journal of English Studies
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(16) Excerpts from his speeches to the monastic community and laity can be found in a recently published memorial volume giving a year by year account of his activities from 1989 to his death in 2004, titled Chos rjeyid bzhin nor bu'i 'dra 'bag Rjes dran snying gi bdud rtsi (no publication information).
(20) theg pa chen po'i gang zag tu khas 'ches nas sha chang gi bza' btung 'ba' zhig don du gnyer ba ni lugs gzhan pa zhig las bdag cag gi ston pa thugs sde chen po dang ldan pa de'i rjes su zhugs pa rnams kyis ni sems can gyi srog skyob pa 'ba' zhig dang du blang zhing/
glo bo zhes gyi lung pa ru/ o rgyan nga yi sprul pa ni/ phyag na rdo rjes byin gyis brlabs/ a me zhes bya kun to grags/ de ni sri mo mang du btul/ btul yang mi la dga' tshor med/ bsdos kyang thub par mi 'gyur ro/ zhes gsungs pa'i (1) skyes bu dam pa blo gros kyi rtsa rtsal rdzogs shing/ mkhyen rab kyi nor dang ldan pa'i gzhon nu nyid nas dpa' bo'i g.yul las rgyal/ tshar gcad pa dang rjes su 'dzin pa la mkhas shing mnga' brnyes/
(22.) Bodljongs zhib 'jug, "Bod zhi mol dang de sngon rjes kyi gnas-tshul dran gso byes pa", (Baba) PhuntsokWangyal, Lhasa 1991, (3)
Phan yul pa Dpal ldan rdo rje, the disciple of Tsong kha pa (1357-1417) established Shing rta monastery and in 15th century Blo bzang bstan pa'i sgron me, the disciple of the First Dalai Lama also established few monasteries in eastern Bhutan.
Unlike ITJ644, this text refers to Padmasambhava by name (Mkhan po pad ma sam ba ba) and recounts his activities in Tibet: Rdo rje kun grags ma has a black-colored body.
rjes dpag gis chos nyid du grub pas bsal bas chos nyid yin pas snang ba'i ngo bo yin no.
354: byings dang rgyud la sogs pa sgra skor 'di dag gis gtsos rang re'i brtsams chos 'di dag la zhus dag bya dgos pa mang du yod de da long ma byung / nga shi ba'i 'og tu mkhas pas bltas nas legs par dpyad na kho bo'i brtsams chos 'di dag la zhus dag legs po ma byung 'dug zer ba cig 'ong / rjes 'brang gi blun po tshig tsam gyi rjes su 'jug pa dag gis bltas nas rigs pas mi dpyod par tshig tsam la zhen pas chu ma thub par phugs rul ba zhig 'ong ste bya thabs med gsungs te /.
SUBSEQUENT DISSOLUTION (RJES BSDU): Once the celestial gods, heavenly deities, and Dharma protectors are seen off and the prayer of auspiciousness draws to an end, the monks prepare for the dissolution of the Mandalas, which serve as the foundational basis for a series of extensive visualizations, initiations and incantations.
(4.) Ming dang rtags rjes su ston pa'i bstan bcos 'chi med mdzod kyi rgya cher 'grel pa 'dod 'jo'i ba mo, Collected Works, vols.
The Kingdoms of Gu.ge Pu.hrang, Tho.ling gtsug.lag.khang lo gcig.stong 'khor.ba'i rjes dranmdzad sgo'i go.sgrig tshogs.chung, Dharamsala, 1996: 296