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Twenty-one Tuma, known as "Zhuo Ma Niejiu" in Tibetan, is a goddess of the clan who deduo and saves suffering sentient beings. At the same time, it is also a group of women worshipped by various sects of Tibetan Buddhism. Legend has it that Guanyin Bodhisattva saved countless sentient beings before the boundless robbery. However, one day, the Bodhisattva observed the six ways with his wise eyes and found that the number of suffering sentient beings had not decreased. He suddenly felt sad, shed tears, and tears dripped down into lotus flowers. From lotus flowers, he turned green duru into mother. He said to the Bodhisattva, "Please don't lose heart." At this time, along with the praises of Vilujana Buddha, twenty-one mothers of different body colors were transformed from the lotus flower, and they vowed to Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, expressing that they would assist Avalokitesvara in the great cause of saving all living beings. As a result, the twenty-one Tequamus assisted Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, saving countless sentient beings every day, and made boundless merits and virtues, which became more prominent.
Therefore, the twenty-one Tequemus are generally worshipped by the majority of believers or people in Tibetan areas, which has great attraction. Tara has many different body colors, including six capsules, namely white, red, blue, yellow, green, black and other six colors. White indicates the body of the mother, red indicates the language of the mother, black and blue indicates the meaning of the mother, yellow indicates the merit of the mother, and the cause is represented by green. Tequo is a Buddha who shows the image of a female bodhisattva. Tequo means to escape disasters and pains. It is the embodiment of the inspiration Guanyin bodhisattva with great compassion and compassion. It can save all living beings from all natural and man-made disasters, including all disasters and dangers of water, fire, wind and air. The effect of avoiding poison is more rapid and remarkable.
Tu Mu is the foundation of the cause and merit of various Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. Its blessing is unusually large and rapid. In Tibet and Nepal, many overhaulers have been practicing the Tu Mu Dharma to achieve common and non-common achievements. Although different forms of Tequamus have different rituals, when we pray to Tequamus, we can only pray to Tequamus and think that she can accomplish all the undertakings we seek. It can remove all kinds of disasters and pains in the world. When anyone encounters disasters and pains, he should pray to the mother wholeheartedly, and his heart is sincere.
Zhuo Malakang is a Guanyin Temple built by the Tusi Sindogi after the Dayong Mansion more than 1300 years ago. It was rebuilt on the original 21 Duomu Scripture Hall due to its long age. The temple displays a total of 21 Tzu-mu, a goddess of the clan who deves and saves suffering beings, as well as a group of women worshipped by various sects of Tibetan Buddhism. Therefore, 21 Tu Mu is widely worshipped by the majority of believers and people in Tibetan Buddhist areas, and has great regional influence. It is the place where the Bala people meet major festivals or worship Buddha on the 15th of the first month. According to the former site, it is divided into two floors and the first floor is honored as the Lord of the Thousand Buddha Hall. The Buddha of Insignificant Light or Amitabha is the leader of the western paradise. He occupies an extremely important position in Buddhism. He teaches all living beings in the world of bliss, which can make all living beings happy and joyful, solemn in appearance, soft in body and mind, and be kind-hearted, free from distress, prolong life, and free after the end of life.
Buddhism pays attention to cause and effect and Buddha's fate. Each Dharma phase of the twenty-first mother is not exactly the same, and each mother has different blessing. Therefore, in the process of visiting and worshipping, you can not only worship the twenty-one Tarma one by one, but also follow the fate, choose Tarma who has a deep relationship with his Buddha to worship devoutly and recite the Tarma Heart Mantra: Om Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da! Get the supreme blessing.
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