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Sakya: Quiz


Question 1: The Sakya (Tibetan: ས་སྐྱ་, wylie: Sa skya, "pale earth") school is one of four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism, the others being the Nyingma, ________, and Gelug.
Dalai LamaVajrayoginiMahamudraKagyu

Question 2: From Drokmi comes the supreme teaching of Sakya, the system of Lamdré (lam 'bras) or "Path and its Fruit", deriving from the mahasiddha Virupa, based upon the ________ Tantra.
LawapaHevajraIṣṭha-deva(tā) (Buddhism)Vajrayana

Question 3: ________ (b.
Jamgon KongtrulNyingmaTibetan BuddhismJigdal Dagchen Sakya

Question 4: Other key transmissions that form part of the Sakya spiritual curriculum include the cycles of ________, Mahakala and Guhyasamaja.
DzogchenBönNyingmaKīla (Buddhism)

Question 5: The Sakya tradition developed during the second period of translation of Buddhist scripture from ________ into Tibetan in the late 11th century.

Question 6: It was founded by Drogmi, a famous scholar and translator who had studied at the Vikramashila University directly under Naropa, Ratnakarashanti, Vageshvarakirit and other great panditas from ________ for twelve years [1].
Lok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndiaIndia and the Non-Aligned Movement

Question 7: Sachen, the first of the five supreme masters, inherited a wealth of tantric doctrines from numerous Tibetan translators or "lotsawas" who had visited ________: most importantly Drokmi Lotsawa, Bari Lotsawa and Mal Lotsawa.
Lok SabhaIndiaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned Movement

Question 8: In 1264 the feudal reign over Tibet was given to Phagpa by the Mongolian emperor, ________.
Kublai KhanMongol EmpireÖgedei KhanMöngke Khan

Question 9: Mal Lotsawa introduced to Sakya the esoteric ________ lineage known as "Naro Khachoma." From Bari Lotsawa came innumerable tantric practices, foremost of which was the cycle of practices known as the One Hundred Sadhanas.


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