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Kama Teachings

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Kama means the body of teachings translated chiefly during the period of Guru Rinpoche's stay in Tibet, first taught by Samantabhadra, the Primordial Buddha and then passed down from teacher to disciple uninterruptedly to this day.


In terms of the explanatory discourses, within the Kama Teachings, there exist general commentaries upon the Eight Heruka Tantras and one hundred and thirty different commentaries to the Kagye Desheg Duipa (the Eight Herukas as the Condensed Essence of the Sugatas). Commentaries to the Heart Essence Tantra within the Illusory Net Tantra were made by



King Dza,
Indrabodhi,
Gomi Deva,
Nyi Od Senge,
Buddhaguhya,
Lalitavajra,
Vimalamitra’s
Gradual Path,
Padmasambhava,
Vairocana,
Kawa Paltseg,
Chogro Lui Gyaltsen,
Namkhai Nyingpo,
Nyak Gyanakumara,
Nubchen Sangye Yeshe,
Nubchung Yonten Gyatso,
So Yeshe Wangchuk,
Zurchen Shakya Jungne,
Zurchung Sherab Drakpa,
Sangdak Drophukpa,
Dampa Desheg,
Drolma Samdrup Dorje,
Yungtonpa,
Rongzompa,
Longchen Rabjam,
Mindroling brothers,
Mipham and Dodrupchen.



For example, even for a text like Manjusrinamasamgiti, extraordinary commentaries were made by



Garab Dorje,
Vimalamitra and
Padmasambhava.



Commentaries to the Anuyoga tantras were made by



Chetsen Kye from Drusha,
Nubchen Sangye Yesh,
Kadampa Desheg and
Khenpo Nuden.


Commentaries to Dzogchen tantras were made by



Garab Dorje,
Manjushrimitra,
Shrisimha,
Jnanasutra,
Vimalamitra,
Padmasambhava,
Rongzom Pandita and
Longchenpa.




In terms of the explanatory discourses, within the Kama Teachings, there exist general commentaries upon the Eight Heruka Tantras and one hundred and thirty different commentaries to the Kagye Desheg Duipa (the Eight Herukas as the Condensed Essence of the Sugatas).


Commentaries to the Heart Essence Tantra within the Illusory Net Tantra were made by




King Dza,
Indrabodhi,
Gomi Deva,
Nyi Od Senge,
Buddhaguhya,
Lalitavajra,
Vimalamitra’s Gradual Path,
Padmasambhava,
Vairocana,
Kawa Paltseg,
Chogro Lui Gyaltsen,
Namkhai Nyingpo,
Nyak Gyanakumara,
Nubchen Sangye Yeshe,
Nubchung Yonten Gyatso,
So Yeshe Wangchuk,
Zurchen Shakya Jungne,
Zurchung Sherab Drakpa,
Sangdak Drophukpa,
Dampa Desheg,
Drolma Samdrup Dorje,
Yungtonpa, Rongzompa,
Longchen Rabjam,
Mindroling brothers,
Mipham and
Dodrupchen.



For example, even for a text like Manjusrinamasamgiti, extraordinary commentaries were made by



Garab Dorje,
Vimalamitra and
Padmasambhava.



Commentaries to the Anuyoga tantras were made by


Chetsen Kye from Drusha,
Nubchen Sangye Yesh,
Kadampa Desheg and
Khenpo Nuden.



Commentaries to Dzogchen tantras were made by


Garab Dorje,
Manjushrimitra,
Shrisimha,
Jnanasutra,
Vimalamitra,
Padmasambhava,
Rongzom Pandita and
Longchenpa.

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