མངགས་པའི་གོ་ཆོད།

AOL3-Khache Ling 63

The effectiveness of commands;

Shaft shots, striking the target.

                                    Khache Ling 63

 

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བལྟས་ན་མིག་གི་བདུད་རྩི།

AOL3-Horse Race Ling (S) 218

Observed, ambrosia for the eye;

Listened to, jaggery for the ear.

                                     Horse Race Ling (S) 218

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སྡང་དགྲ་བོའི་གཉའ་ན་ཐོག་ལས་རྩུབ།

AOl3-Lower Hor Ling 79

On the nape of the hated enemy, rougher than lightning;

As Protector of subjects at home, softer than silk.

                                    Lower Hor Ling 79            

 

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ནམ་མཁའ་འདོམ་ལ་འཇལ་མི་དེར།

AOL3-Sumpa Ling 70

The man that measures, the sky with armspans;

The power of space-soarer khyung requires.         

 

The man that fills space with rumours;

The roar of the thunder Dragon’s great gong needs.

 

For one that with claw intimidates;

The match of the Snowlion of the Upper snows requires.

 

The one that challenges Sovereign Gesar;

Powerful strength like the armies of Indra needs.

                                    Sumpa Ling 70

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ཕན་པའི་ཐབས་དང་གསོ་བའི་སྨན།

AOL3-Deity Ling 107

Skills that benefit and medicines that heal.

                                    Deity Ling 107

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ཕོ་རང་ལ་ཡོད་ན་ངོམ་རྒྱུ།

AOL3-Lower Hor Ling 570

If you, yourself possess it, flaunt it;

If hated enemy has it, applaud it;

Among the dhowa breed, supreme steed;

Among those shining in the sky, the moon;

Among cattle and beasts, the elephant;

Among a hundred males, of deity’s race.

                                     Lower Hor Ling 570

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བྱ་འཕུར་བརྒྱའི་ནང་གི་ཁྱུང་ཆེན་ཡིན།

AOL3-Tagzig Ling (TAR) 91

Among a hundred birds that fly, great khyung be;

Though poisonous snake, have danger cast away.             

 

Among the claw-footed, Indian tiger be;

Though the Thiri’s fleeter on feet, its physique shatter.

 

Among  the horn-headed, mighty son of drong be;

Though related to fine slate mountains yet oppressive paths praise.

 

Among a hundred males, the hero be;  

And foes, even the ‘Lord of Death’, with fists seize.

                                    Tagzig Ling (TAR) 91

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མི་རབས་གསུམ་གྱི་མི་རྒན་ཡིན།

AOL3-Khache Ling 139

Of three generations of men, the elder be;

Of three generations of livestock, the old yak be;

Of three generations of trees, the sandal be;

Of pure Ling that’s sprung up, the foundations be.

                                    Khache Ling 139

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མི་ལ་ཡོད་ན་སྨོན་རྒྱུ།

AOl3-Upper Hor Ling 27

If others have it, cause for envy; 

If you have it, reason for flaunting.

                                    Upper Hor Ling 27

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མི་གཤིས་རྒྱ་མོའི་དར་ལས་འཇམ།

AOL3-Universal Incense Ling 72

A person’s nature, softer than a Chinese lady’s silk;

Inner thoughts, more encompassing than the oceans.

                                     Universal Incense Ling 72

 

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