Video: 21 Taras Dharani chanted in Sacred Sanskrit with beautiful Nyingma Lineage visualizations

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    The ancient, sacred Sanskrit syllables of the 21 Taras Dharani from the Source of Tara Sutra (Kangyur) chanted beautifully with stunning illustrations of each Tara by Lasha Mutual. In the Nyingma visualizations, like the Atisha and Surya Gupta, each Tara is associated with colors: green for activity, red for power and magnetizing activities, yellow or orange for accumulating and auspiciousness activities, blue or black for subjugating or wrathful activities, white for pacifying, healing and long life, and so on. On each of the Lotuses, are symbols of the individual Tara (such as the bow of flowers for Kurukulla on Tara 5, or the Dharma Wheel for Green Tara (9).

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