The Rinchen Terdzod is a treasury of rediscovered teachings
concealed by Guru Padmasambhava in the eighth century. In order to protect
these numerous scattered teachings from being lost, the great 19th century
master Jamyang Kongtrul Rinpoche collected them in 62 volumes called the
Rinchen Terdzod. To our knowledge, a complete set of mandalas associated
with these teachings did not exist. The 254 mandalas are now available
as a set of laminated high quality 11-inch laser prints for a price of
US $3000. The Minling Dorsem Mandala from the Rinchen Terdzod is shown
above at reduced resolution.
Below is the Karling Zhi-Tro Mandala which is the mandala
of peaceful and wrathful deities of the Bardo Thödrol - commonly referred
to as the Tibetan Book of the Dead. The two mandalas pictured on this page
are also available individually in 5.5-inch and 11-inch sizes.