The Excellent Path of Devotion: An Abridged Story of a Mendicant’s Experiences in Response to Questions from Vajra Kin
“The Excellent Path of Devotion: An Abridged Story of a Mendicant’s Experiences in Response to Questions from Vajra Kin” is a concise autobiography composed in 1929 by the great treasure revealer Sera Khandro, Dewa’i Dorje, 1892–1940.
“It presents in poignant verse key events from Sera Khandro’s spiritual and conventional worlds. It affords a rare opportunity to glimpse the extraordinary journey of a Tibetan female master whose fortune was intricately entwined with heirs of the Dudjom lineage in early twentieth-century Golok. Sera Khandro’s account of her experiences in undergoing hardships on the path and pursuing her prophesized destiny as a treasure revealer can serve as a source of inspiration and increased faith for all Buddhist practitioners.”
Translated by Christina Monson (assisted by Lama Chonam).
Currently this book is not available to order. Most of this first printing is being offered as gifts, and the translator plans on reprinting a softback version at a later date. To receive notification of when it might be available, or if you are interested in helping to sponsor the 2nd softcover publication, please visit: