To reveal the tantras, the Buddha took the form of Vajradhara (Tibetan, Dorje Chang). This name means, “The one who holds the vajra.” Vajra, comprising the idea of stability and indestructibility, refers to realization of emptiness, indestructible by nature. Dhara (the one who holds) means that the Buddha completely possesses this realization.

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