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Za Rahula

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Za Rahula courtesy of Mahasiddha.org

Za Rahula (Wyl. gza' rA hu la) - one of the most important protectors of the Nyingma and Dzogchen teachings. He has nine heads, his upper body is covered with eyes, and the lower part is like a snake. When Longchenpa was writing the Seven Treasures at Gangri Thökar, it was Rahula who mixed the ink.

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RigpaWiki:Za Rahula







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Za Rahula
Lama with the voice of a lion

Za Rahula (gZa gDong ra hu la) is the protector who seizes the sun and the moon and eclipses planets.

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www.aroencyclopaedia.org