|Book Name:||The Oral Tradition From Zhang-Zhung|
|Author Name:||John Myrdhin Reynolds|
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A great compilation of ancient Dzogchen teachings, transmitted by the master Tapihritsa and here beautifully translated along with hagiographies of ancient masters and explanations of the preliminary ngondro practices of this Bon presentation of the tradition. Invaluable material on the practice of this formerly secret oral tradition concerning the unconditioned state of being. The texts of the Zhang-zhung Nyan-gyud, first written down in the 8th-century in the Zhang-zhung language, represent a continuous system of transmission.
|Book Name:||Bonpo Dzogchen Teachings|
|Author Name:||Lopon Tenzin Namdak|
Nowadays there are two principal philosophical traditions followed by Tibetan Lamas. The first is found among the Sarmapas, or Newer Schools, employing the Prasangika Madhyamaka view of Chandrakirti, not only in explicating the real meaning of the Sutra system but also in interpretation of the Tantras. The second is found among the followers of the two Older Schools, the Nyingmapa and the Bonpo, who emphasize the Dzogchen point of view in elucidating their understanding of the Higher Tantras. In the…
|Book Name:||A Catalogue of The New Collection of Bonpo Katen Texts Indices|
|Author Name:||Samten G.Karmey|
New Collection of Bonpo Katen Texts Indices Bon Studies 5 Natinal Museum of Ethnology Osaka 2001
|Book Name:||Bon Stupa|
|Author Name:||Geshi Namdak Tsukphu|
Stupas are an important object of veneration for the Buddhist all over in general and Tibetans in particular. Both the Bonpos and the Buddhists in Tibet attach great importance in building stupas. Here in this book, Geshi Namdak Tsukphu details 129 different types of stupas as found in Bon tradition. The book is in Tibetan language with illustrations.