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|Painting, Silk, 88x58.5 cm|
|Origin: China, Tangut State of Xi -Xia, Khara-Khoto, 12-13th century|
|Source of entry: State Russian Museum, 1933|
|Exibition: Chinese Art and Culture: 2000 BC - 20th century|
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In the Tibetan language, dakini is rendered Khandroma which means 'she who traverses the sky' or 'she who moves in space'. Sometimes the term is translated ...
All these phrases, and more besides, are used to translate the word dakini into English. (The -ini ending is not a plural, but a feminine word ending.) ...
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