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Three Principal Aspects of the Path: Teachings on Je Tsongkhapa's

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Je Tsongkhapa 1357-1419, was one of the greatest commentator in the history of Buddhism. The three principle aspects of the truth according to him are the basis of all sutric and tantric practices that you undertake.
Paperback, 55 pages
Published December 1st 2005 by Library of Tibetan Works & Archives (first published 2005)
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