By utilizing digital audio technology to document, record, digitize, archive and catalogue the teachings and practices of Nyingma masters, Dakini Music, our audio publishing project, works to preserve many great lineages of the Nyingma tradition: the Dudjom, Khyentse, Apong Terton, Khenpo Ngaga, Padgyal Lingpa and Longchen Nyingt'hig and others for future generations.
Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche recorded a rare eight track recording of Vajrakilaya, The Razor that Destroys at a Touch, A Treasure of Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche as well as The Chod Feasts and Throma sadhana, from the Cycle of The Wrathful Black Dakini Throma Nagmo, A Treasure of Dudjom Lingpa. Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche gives a stanza by stanza commentary on Shantideva's eighth century classic, The Bodhicharavatara, The Way of the Bodhisattva. In the whole Tibetan Buddhist tradition, no single treatise is more revered or widely practiced and remains to this day in the curricula of Buddhist monastic shedras and monasteries. In addition, Khyentse Rinpoche teaches on the foundational
practices for Vajrayana Buddhism in, Ngondro, The Chariot of the Path of Union, A Treasure of Preliminary Practices by DudjomJigdral Yeshe Dorje.
Chagdud Khadro's compilation of Chagdud Rinpoche's teachings on Apong Terton's Red Tara cycle, is available in an audio book recording called Red Tara Commentary: Instructions for the Concise Practice Known as Red Tara: An Open Door to Bliss and Ultimate Awareness.
With the intention to share this work with the widest audience possible, Dakini Music aspires to provide educational resources online in the form of audio recordings, informative liner notes, expert descriptions, video and photographic images. Under the direction of Chagdud Khadro, all proceeds go to support the activities of Chagdud Gonpa.
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