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The 84 Mahasiddhas according to the tradition of Abhayadatta

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 1. Lūyipa / Luipa (nya'i rgyu ma za ba): "The Eater of Fish Intestines"

    2. Līlapa / Līlāpāda (sgeg pa) : "He Who Loved the Dance of Life"

    3. Virūpa / Dharmapala (bi ru pa) : "The Wicked"

    4. Dombipa / Dombipāda (dom bhi he ru ka): "He of the Washer Folk"

    5. Shavaripa / Sabaripāda (ri khrod dbang phyug): "The Peacock Wing Wearer"

    6. Saraha / Rāhulabhadra (mda snun): "The Arrow Shooter"

    7. Kankaripa / Kankālipāda (kanka ri pa): "The One Holding the Corpse"

    8. Mīnapa / Vajrapāda / Acinta (nya bo pa): "The One Swallowed by a Fish"

    9. Goraksa (ba glang rdzi), "The Immortal Cowherd"

    10. Caurāngi (chom rkun gyu yan lag), "Member of the Robber's Gang"

    11. Vīnapa / Vīnapāda (pi vang pa), "The Lute Player"

    12. Sāntipa / Ratnākarasānti (a kar chin ta), "The Academic"

    13. Tantipa / Tantipāda (thags mkhan), "The Weaver"

    14. Camaripa / Tsamaripa (lham mkhan), "The Leather-worker"

    15. Khadgapa / Pargapa / Sadgapa (ral gri pa), "The Swordsman"

    16. Nagarjuna (klu grub), "Philosopher and Alchemist"

    17. Kānhapa / Krsnācharya (nag po pa), "The Dark Master"

    18. Karnaripa / Āryadeva ('phags pa lha), "The One-Eyed"

    19. Thaganapa / Thagapa (rtag tu rdzun smra ba), "He Who Always Lies"

    20. Naropa / Nādapāda (rtsa bshad pa), "He Who Was Killed by Pain"

    21. Shalipa / Syalipa (spyan ki pa), "The Jackal Yogin"

    22. Tilopa / Prabhāsvara (snum pa / til bsrungs zhabs), "The Sesame Grinder"

    23. Catrapa / Chatrapāda (tsa tra pa), "The Beggar Who Carries the Book"

    24. Bhadrapa / Bhadrapāda (bzang po), "The Auspicious One"

    25. Khandipa / Dukhandi (gnyis gcig tu byed pa / rdo kha do), "He Who Makes Two into One"

    26. Ajokipa / Āyogipāda (le lo can), "He Who Does Not Make Effort"

    27. Kalapa / Kadapāda (smyon pa), "The Madman"

    28 Dhombipa / Dhombhi (khrus mkhan), "The Washerman"

    29. Kankana / Kikipa (gdu bu can), "The Bracelet Wearer"

    30. Kambala / Khambala (ba wa pa / lva ba pa), "The Yogin of the Black Blanket"

    31. Tengipa / Tinkapa ('bras rdung ba), "The Rice Thresher"

    32. Bhandhepa / Bade / Batalipa (nor la 'dzin pa), "He Who Holds the God of Weath"

    33. Tandhepa / Tandhi (cho lo pa), "The Dice Player"

    34. Kukkuripa (ku ku ri pa), "The Dog Lover"

    35 Kucipa / Kujiba (ltag lba can), "The Man with a Neck Tumor"

    36. Dharmapa (thos pa'i shes rab bya ba), "The Man of Dharma"

    37. Mahipa / Makipa (ngar rgyal can), "The Braggart"

    38. Acinta / Atsinta (bsam mi khyab pa / dran med pa), "He Who is Beyond Thought"

    39. Babhahi / Bapabhati (ch las 'o mo len), "The Man Who Gets Milk from Water"

    40. Nalina / Nili / Nali (pad ma'i rtsa ba), "The Lotus-Root"

    41. Bhusuku / Shantideva (zhi lha / sa'i snying po), "The Lazy Monk"

    42. Indrabhūti / Indrabodhi (dbang po'i blo), "He Whose Majesty Is Like Indra"

    43. Mekopa / Meghapāda (me go pa), "The Wild-Eyed Guru"

    44. Kotali / Togcepa (tog rtse pa / stae re 'dzin), "The Ploughman"

    45. Kamparipa / Kamari (ngar pa), "The Blacksmith"

    46. Jālandhari / Dzalandara (dra ba 'dzin pa), "The Man Who Holds a Net"

    47. Rāhula (sgra gcan 'dzin), "He Who Has Grasped Rahu"

    48. Dharmapa - (tos pa can), "The Man of Dharma"

    49. Dhokaripa / Tukkari (rdo ka ri), "The Man Who Carries a Pot"

    50. Medhina / Medhini (thang lo pa), "The Man of the Field"

    51. Pankaja / Sankaja ('dam skyes), "The Lotus-Born Brahmin"

    52. Ghandhapa / Vajraganta / Ghantapa (rdo rje dril bu pa), "The Man with the Bell and Dorje"

    53. Yogipa / Jogipa (dzo gi pa), "The Candali Pilgrim"

    54. Caluki / Culiki (tsa lu ki), "The Revitalized Drone"

    55. Gorura / Vajura (bya ba), "The Bird Man"

    56. Lucika / Luncaka (lu tsi ka pa), "The Man Who Stood Up After Sitting"

    57. Niguna / Nirgunapa (yon tan med pa), "The Man without Qualities"

    58 Jayānanda (rgyal ba mtha' med), "He Who Delights in Victory"

    59. Pacari / Pacaripa ('khur ba 'tsong ba), "The Pastry-Seller"

    60. Campaka / Tsampala (tsam pa ka), "The Flower King"

    61. Bhiksana / Bhekhepa (so gnyis pa), "The Man with Two-Teeth"

    62. Telopa / Dhilipa (mar nag 'tshong mkhan), "The Seller of Black Butter"

    63. Kumaripa / Kumbharipa (rdza mkhan), "The Potter"

    64. Caparipa / Carbaripa (tsa pa ri pa), "The Siddha Who Turned People to Stone"

    65. Manibhadrā / Bahura, "She of the Broken Pot"

    66. Mekhalā / Mekhali, "The Elder Severed-Headed Sister"

    67. Kanakhalā, "The Younger Severed-Headed Sister"

    68. Kalakala / Kilakilapa (ku ko can), "The Exiled Loud-Mouth"

    69. Kantali / Kantalipa (tshem bu pa), "The Tailor"

    70. Dhahuli / Dekara (rtsva thag can), "The Man of the Grass Rope"

    71. Udheli / Udhilipa (phur pa), "The Flying-Siddha"

    72. Kapalapa / Kapalipa (thod pa can), "The Skull Bearer"

    73. Kirava / Kilapa (rnam rtog spang ba), "He Who Abandons Conceptions"

    74. Sakara / Pukara / Padmavajra (mtsho skyes), "The Lake-Born"

    75. Sarvabhaksa (thams cad za ba), "He Who Eats Everything"

    76. Nāgabodhi (klu'i byang chub), "The Red Horned Thief"

    77. Dārika / Darikapa (smad 'tshong can), "Slave-King of the Temple Whore"

    78. Putali / Sutali / Tali / Purali (rgyan slang ba), "He Who Raises the Ornaments"

    79. Panaha / Upanaha (mchil lham can), "The Bootmaker"

    80. Kokalipa / Kokilipa / Kokali (ko la la'i skad du chags), "The One Distracted by a Cuckoo"

    81. Ananga / Anangapa (ana ngi), "The Handsome Fool"

    82. Laksmīnkarā (legs smin kara), "She Who Makes Fortune"

    83. Samudra (rgya mtsho nas nor bu len mkhan), "The Beachcomer"

    84. Vyali / Vyalipa (ba li pa), "The Courtesan's Alchemist"

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