"Account of various protective deities. Written by Geluk master Lelung Jedrung Zhepai Dorje (b. 1697), one of the three powerful incarnation lineages of Drepung. He began to receive visions and almost the whole of his Collected Works is a prolonged account of his experiences, worldly and esoteric. One of his most famous works is this ""biographical account"" of the protective deities of Tibet. This is an important work for understanding the role of dharma protectors in the Buddhism of Tibet. Original manuscript from the library of the late Trijang Rinpoche, junior tutor to Dalai Lama 14 Tenzin Gyatso (b. 1935)."
Carefully calligraphed edition from an ancient and authentic manuscript and illustrated with forty seven iconographically correct drawings of the protective deities
Electronic reproduction. Cambridge, Mass. : Buddhist Digital Resource Center