The Twelve Deeds


The Brief Life Story of Tonpa Shenrab, the founder of the Bön religion

Translated by Sangye Tandar, Edited by Richard Guard

Paperback, 35 pages

Black-and-white illustrations

Height: 8 ½” x Width: 5 ½” x Depth: ⅛”, Weight: 2 ounces


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According to the Bön tradition of Tibet, Tonpa Shenrab was not only the founder of the Bön religion but also the first Buddha to appear in this degenerate age (Kaliyuga), with the express purpose of relieving the sufferings of all sentiment beings.
In The Twelve Deeds, told according to the traditional format, we can read about the major events of Tonpa Shenrab’s life, including his compassionate and maraculous deeds and his entrance in to mahaparinirvana.

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Weight 6 oz