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Rinchen Terdzö Item Subtype
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rin chen gter mdzod chen mo pod bzhi pa
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The Great Treasury of Rediscovered Teachings Volume 4
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'jam mgon kong sprul. ''rin chen gter mdzod chen mo pod bzhi pa'' (The Great Treasury of Rediscovered Teachings Volume 4). New Delhi: Shechen Publications, 2007.
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Rñiṅ-ma-pa (Sect) Rñiṅ-ma-pa (Sect)—Rituals.
* 1875 - 1895: Palpung Edition of the Rin chen gter mdzod.
* 1909 - 1912: mTshur pu Edition of the Rin chen gter mdzod.
* 1976 - 1980: Paro Edition of the Rin chen gter mdzod.
* 1990's: Chengdu Edition of the Rin chen gter mdzod.
* 2007 - 2016: Shechen Edition of the Rin chen gter mdzod.
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