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Illumination of the Hidden Meaning Volume 2
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David B. Gray is Bernard J. Hanley Professor of Religious Studies at Santa Clara University. He is the author of The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka): A Study and Annotated Translation (AIBS 2007); The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Sri Heruka): Editions of the Sanskrit and Tibetan Texts (AIBS 2009); Tsong Khapa's Illumination of the Hidden Meaning: Mandala, Mantra, and the Cult of the Yoginis (Chapters 1-24) (AIBS 2015); Tsong Khapa's Illumination of the Hidden Meaning: Yogic Vows, Conduct, and Ritual Praxis (Chapters 25-51) (AIBS/WP 2019); as well as numerous articles.

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"A crucial contribution to our understanding of the formation of tantric Buddhism in Tibet and an impressive feat of translation by a leading scholar... explores the key sources available to the Tibetan author and how he established himself as a major authority on Cakrasamvara while grounding tantric practice in philosophical study and the realization of emptiness."--Jacob Dalton, University of California, Berkeley
"A timely, painstakingly precise, engagingly readable translation of an important scholastic treatise on Buddhist tantric tradition from early 15th-century Tibet.... worthy of extended reflection and analysis by anyone wanting to understand Tibetan perspectives on Indian Buddhist tantra."--Kurtis Schaeffer, University of Virginia
"Consistent and exemplary... careful... thorough... always thoughtful in providing both specialist and general reader with a consistently useful analysis."--Todd Lewis, College of the Holy Cross

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