Maitripada

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Maitrīpāda (ca 1007-1085, also known as Maitrīgupta, Advayavajra, and, to Tibetans, Maitrīpa), was a prominent Indian Buddhist Mahasiddha associated with the Mahāmudrā transmission. His main teacher was Shavaripa. His most famous student was Marpa.

He is the namesake of Maitripa College.

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  • "The Life of the Siddha-Philosopher Maitrīgupta" by Mark Tatz Journal of the American Oriental Society Vol. 107, No. 4, Oct. - Dec. pgs 695-711

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