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bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

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 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29     •     Categories: 尼泊尔, 怛特罗密教

  瓦吉拉查尔亚

瓦吉拉查尔亚(尼泊尔语:bajracharya,或vajracharya),即金刚上师、金刚阿阇梨(梵语:vajra-ācārya),是尼泊尔尼瓦尔人密宗祭司,尼泊尔人叫他们“古巴朱”(gu-bhaju)或“咕噜朱”(guru-ju),即是上师。 Wikipedia

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bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29     •     Categories: Buddhism in Nepal, Buddhist acharyas, Buddhist sangha, Buddhist teachers...

  Vajracharya · Bajracharya

A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

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A Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal Wikidata

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bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia

bn:01281315n     •     NOUN     •     Named Entity    •     Updated on 2020/04/29

 No term available

 A bajracharya or vajracharya is a Vajrayana Buddhist priest among the Newar communities of Nepal and a Revered Teacher who is highly attained in Vajrayana practices and rituals. Wikipedia


 

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瓦吉拉查尔亚
vajracharya, bajracharya

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