** Mahasiddha Technical Glossary (HAR)
Specifically listing the specialized words and topics relating to the study of mahasiddhas in art.
Mahasiddhas are great accomplished ones, or great [spiritually] accomplished ones, also known as Indian adepts, the principal Indian teachers of Hindu and Buddhist Tantra, or any great religious teacher that is credited with having special attainments and powers.
The Mahasiddha Linedrawings of H.R.Downs
The line drawings that illustrate the publication Masters of Mahamudra by Keith Dowman.
Mahasiddha: Indian Adept (HAR Page)
The Mahasiddha Page of the Himalayan Art Resources web site. (Also see Mahasiddha Outline).
Masters of Mahamudra (Publication)
Songs and Histories of the Eighty-four Buddhist Siddhas. The Legends of the Eighty-four Mahasiddhas (Grub thob brgyad bcu tsa bzhi'i lo rgyus) by Mondup Sherab orally dictated by Abhayadatta Sri (12th c.) and Vajra Songs: the Heart Realizations of the Eighty-four Mahasiddhas (Grub thob brgyad bcu rtogs pa'i snying po rdo rje'i lu) by Vira Prakash, translated by Keith Dowman with Bhaga Tulku Pema Tenzin.
The Nyingma Icons:
Au Leshe's Line Drawings of Dudjom Rimpoche's Lineages.