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" Wherever they go they have in their hands a string of one or two hundred beads, like our rosaries, and they always repeat these words, on mani baccam, which is ‘God, thou knowest,' as one of them interpreted it to me, and they expect as many rewards... "
The Origins of Oṃ Maṇipadme Hūṃ: A Study of the Kāraṇḍavyūha Sūtra - Page 1
by Alexander Studholme - 2002 - 222 pages
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The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55

Willem van Ruysbroeck - Asia - 1900 - 398 pages
...occasion^ i through their devotions bareheaded. It is customary foi ake off their hats m Lama temples. go they have in their hands a string of one or two...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this. 1 Around their temple they make a fine courtyard, well surrounded by a wall, and in the side of this...
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The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 ...

Willem van Ruysbroeck - Asia - 1900 - 400 pages
...devotions bareheaded. It is customary for all laymen to take off their hats in Lama temples. 146 JOURNEY OF go they have in their hands a string of one or two...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this.' Around their temple they make a fine courtyard, well surrounded by a wall, and in the side of this...
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The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 ...

Willem van Ruysbroeck - Asia - 1900 - 388 pages
...through their devotions bareheaded. It is customary for all laymen to take off their hats m Lama temnlpc go they have in their hands a string of one or two...rosaries, and they always repeat these words, on mani baccani, which is, " God, thou knowest," as one of them interpreted it to me, and they expect as many...
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Early Anthropology in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

Margaret Hodgen - History - 1964 - 532 pages
...to European readers, he was compelled to call attention to similarities. Wherever they go, he said, “they have in their hands a string of one or two hundred beads, like our rosaries.” In one temple, behind a chest which served as an “altar,” was “a winged image like Saint Michel,...
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Prisoners of Shangri-La: Tibetan Buddhism and the West

Donald S. Lopez Jr., Donald S. Lopez - History - 1998 - 316 pages
...chastity from the time they shave their heads, and they live in congregations of one or two hundred. . . . Wherever they go they have in their hands a string...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this. See William W. Rockhill, The Journey of Friar William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World,...
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Prisoners of Shangri-La: Tibetan Buddhism and the West

Donald S. Lopez - History - 1999 - 298 pages
...chastity from the time they shave their heads, and they live in congregations of one or two hundred. . . . Wherever they go they have in their hands a string...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this. See William W. Rockhill, The Journey of Friar William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World,...
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Prisoners of Shangri-La: Tibetan Buddhism and the West

Donald S. Lopez - History - 1999 - 298 pages
...been an object of fascination since the thirteenth century, when William of Rubruck observed in 1254, "Wherever they go they have in their hands a string...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this." 7 In 1626 the Portuguese Jesuit Andrade reported on his recent mission to western Tibet: Another time...
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The Journey of William of Rubruck to the Eastern Parts of the World, 1253-55 ...

Willem van Ruysbroeck, Giovanni (da Pian del Carpine, Archbishop of Antivari) - History - 1998 - 366 pages
...their devotions bareheaded. It is customary for all laymen to take off their hats in Lama temples. go they have in their hands a string of one or two...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this. 1 Around their temple they make a fine courtyard, well surrounded by a wall, and in the side of this...
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William of Rubruck's Account of the Mongols

Rana Saad - History - 2005 - 131 pages
...and found them thus seated, I tried every means of inducing them to talk, but was unable to do so. Wherever they go they have in their hands a string...rewards from God as they remember God in saying this. Around their temple they make a fine courtyard well surrounded by a wall, and in the side of this facing...
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