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THANGKA 11  
1. Wishing to make a retreat, Je Tsongkhapa and the Venerable Rendawa go to Reting.

2. Je Tsongkhapa gives teachings in Reting and has long discussions with his Master Rendawa.

3. Je Tsongkhapa is invited in Drikung monastery. He receives instructions on the Tantras from Djen-nga Rinpoche and gives himself numerous teachings.

4. He directs the summer retreat in a monastery in Artchenbo.

5. He stays in the hermitage of Senge Shol near Reting.

6. Je Tsongkhapa has a Vision of all the Masters of the Lamrim tradition, from the Buddha to his actual Master. He then composes the Great Exposition of the stages of the Path to Enlightenment (Lamrim Chen-mo).

6bis. Divinities take the oath to protect the Teaching.

7. Je Tsongkhapa goes to Dewachen monastery in the region of On and gives numerous teachings on ethics.

8. He conducts the summer retreat in Dewachen monastery.

9. He stays in Ode Kun-gyel where he gives teachings on the Lamrim and composes the Great Exposition of the Stages of the Tantric Path (Ngak rim).

THANGKA 12  
1. Je Tsongkhapa stays in Olka and expounds tantric teachings.

2. In 1407, while staying in the region of Sera, he has a vision of Mahakala with six arms.

3. He meets Khedrup Je.

4. The envoys of the emperor of China come to invite Je Tsongkhapa.

4bis. Teachings in the hermitage of Sera Chos-Ling.

5. Teachings in the region of Ki-may in Drumbu-lung.

6. Instauration of the Great Prayer Festival (Monlam chen-po).

7. Je Tsongkhapa goes on the Drok Riwo mountains, where Ganden monastery will be built.

8. Teachings in Sera Chos-Ling.

9. Teachings in Sanri.

THANGKA 13  
1. Construction of Ganden monastery on the Drok Riwo Mountain.

2. Je Tsongkhapa and his disciples move to Ganden.

3. Je Tsongkhapa goes to Samten Ling in the region of Olka and gives numerous teachings

4. On the third day of the twelfth month of the year of the cow, he has a vision of Manjusri in the middle of a mandala of nineteen Deities.

5. On the evening of the fourth day, he has a vision of Buton Rinpoche who ho entrusts him with the Root Tantra of the Guyasamaja.

6. Je Tsongkhapa achieves a firm comprehension of the Teachings of Marpa.

7. While staying in Ganden, he composes several works.

8. In 1411, Je Tsongkhapa suffers from serious health problems. In order to eliminate these hindrances, he makes an intensive practice of Vajrabhairava.

9. In 1412, Je Tsongkhapa makes a retreat and experiments many extraordinary visions.

10. Je Tsongkhapa devotes himself to practice with seven close disciples.

11. He has a vision of the Buddha Sakyamuni who executes the mudra of the Victory upon demons.

12. He has vision of Protectors such as Mahakala with six arms and four arms, Yama, Vaisravana, and so forth who drag the troops of demons.

THANGKA 14  
1. During the summer of his fifty-eighth years, Je Tsongkhapa is invited by Miwang Drakpa Gyeltsen to go to Trashi Doka, in the region of On. At this time, he meets Je Gedun Drup. He gives teachings in front of vast religious assemblies.

2. He stays in Ganden where he expounds the teachings. He has a vision of the Venerable Manjusri who makes a prophecy about him.

3. Lama Tokden-pa dreams he arrives at one stupa and is told it is the stupa of Je Tsongkhapa. Dakinis holding ritual vases full of ambrosia purify and wash this stupa. He also see other stupas nearby.

4. While he is edifying Yangpa chen temple, Je Tsongkhapa has a vision of the Buddha Sakyamuni, Maitreya, Amitabha and Yamantaka.

5. During the construction of Yangpa chen temple, he has a vision of Heruka with the mandala of the Deities. At that time, an assembly of Dakinis appears in the sky and presents offerings while singing praises.

6. In 1417, during the inauguration ceremony of Yangpa chen, all the persons hear violente sound that seem to melt in the Offerings Hall (chos-kang).

7. In 1418, Je Tsongkhapa gives teachings on the commentaries of the Guyasamaja and the Kalacakra.

8. While he is presenting tormas to the Protectors of the Law, he composes a particular melody for Yamantaka.

9. In 1419, in the middle of numerous monks, of U and Tsang regions. he composes a commentary to the Root Tantra of Heruka and transmits his instructions.

10. He leaves Ganden for Lhasa where he presents offerings to the Jowo and makes sincere vows.

11. Staying in the region of Tolung, he gives numerous teachings to religious and lay devotees.

THANGKA 15  
1. Je Tsongkhapa leaves Tolung and goes in a palanquin to Drepung monastery. A rainbow appears in front of the palanquin.

2. When he conducts the consecration ceremony of the statues of the tantric college of Drepung, the Wisdom Beings Vajrabhairava and Mahakala with six arms manifest themselves.

3. Teaching in Drepung in front of vast religious assemblies.

4. Leaving Drepung for Lhasa, he bows to the Jowo, presents offerings and pronounces vows for the durability of the Teaching.

5. In Sera, he teaches the Root Tantra of the Guyasamaja and of Heruka.

6. Foundation of the tantric monastery of San-ngak kar.

7. Consecration ceremony of San-ngak kar.

8. Teachings in Drakar.

9. On the road to Drushi, extraordinary sounds are heard.

10. Travel in palanquin from Drushi to Ganden. Je Tsongkhapa stops in Yangpa-chen where he presents vast offerings.

11. He takes part to a vast prayer assembly in Ganden.

12. Back to his room in Ganden, Je Tsongkhapa is seriously ill. He gives his last instructions to his disciples and particularly to Gyeltsab Je whom he designates as his successor.

13. Je Tsongkhapa passes away.

Thangka description is taken from Je Tsongkhapa by Francoise Wang (A Detchene Eusel Ling Publication, 2002)

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