|Date Range||1900 - 1959|
|Lineages||Jonang (Sakya), Gelug and Buddhist|
|Material||Ground Mineral Pigment on Paper|
"He whose intellect is free of the clouds of the two obscurations, completely clear like the sun, seeing, however many all meanings as they are, holds a book to his heart.
Discoursing with sixty separate melodious tones and a love for all the hosts of beings tormented by suffering, covered with the darkness of ignorance in the prison of existence, like for an only child.
Roaring loudly like a dragon to wake from the two afflictions, to free from the shackles of karma, and to clear the darkness of ignorance; severing the seedlings of misery, however many, holding a sword.
Pure from the beginning and reaching the tenth stages end, a complete body of qualities; principal form of the Buddha's sons.
Adorned with one hundred and twelve ornaments, clearing the darkness of my intellect; homage to Manjushri-ghosha." [Five Hundred Panditas Prayer. Translated by Jeff Watt, Vancouver, Canada. May 1984].