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Secret Holy Cave of Dakinis – Discovery Sikkim

The magical cave it is one of the holy cave that is located in Sikkim, North East India. The secret cave belongs to Dakinis (In Buddhism she is the Goddess of Liberation) A Dakinis is an expression of emancipate energy in female form. Every so often they are admirable, and sometimes they are incensed and weird and illuminated with skulls. Since they express liberation they often are represented naked, natural, and dancing. The Tibetan word for Dakini is Khandroma, which means “sky goer.”

Secret Cave of the Dakinis, Sikkim
Introduction to Place of Dakinis

This place is also known as the Meditation place of Sage Rinpoche, the Patron Saint of Sikkim. Guru Padmasambhava who was also known as Guru Rinpoche was recognized in Tibet as one of the founding fathers of Tibetan Buddhism, who arose in Tibet in 749 A.D and spent 54 years. The other two patrons were Acharya Shanta Rakshita and Prevailing King Thisong Deotsen. Padmasambhava’s birth in this world was varied with myth and legend. Guru Rinpoche is a totally enlightened and civilized being, a fully arouse one, a buddha. He did not become enlightened moderately, or begin practicing the instructions, learnings, and teachings of Buddha Shakyamuni and ultimately accomplish enlightenment. Guru Rinpoche is incarnated as a fully knowledgeable being. Through his form, prehistoric wisdom manifests demonstrated in the world to benefit all sentient beings. Confide on your spiritual needs and interests, you can also accomplish very specific results by practicing on Guru Padmasambhava. In his observation and narration on the Seven Chapter Prayer of Guru Padmasambhava, the great master Karma Chagme taught what these peculiar results are and how to understand them by practicing on the eight emanations of Guru Rinpoche.

The Secret place of Dakinis is blessed with the supernatural powers of Sage Rinpoche, This hot spring contains the medicinal properties of healing any diseases of the skin, heart and asthma, and many others- Said by local and faithful pilgrims. Also, the best place to connect with nature and to relax. The perfect place where you can connect with your soul peacefully, no tensions, no worries, away from the negativity. The place is filled with positivity all around. Your body and mind peace is just a bath away. The recommended season to visit this hot spring for taking bath is started from mid-December till mid-March. Guru Rinpoche had assassinated a Demon inside this cave and inculcate this cave with divine energies. Also, there are such four caves in Sikkim. The Main is in Tashiding. This is in the South and is also known as Lho Khandu Sang. There is one cave in each district like North, East, West, and South. So when Guru Rinpoche was staying in India. Once a demon entered this cave. So Guru Rinpoche chased him and killed him. This is the holy cave area and in front of the cave, there is a Monastery. The monastery was made for the maintenance and care-taking of the cave. The Monastery is around 80 yrs old. Since then a huge number of devotees, pilgrims, and Buddhist saints have visited this place and taken benefit of this place. The trek route starts from Labdang village and is located above Tashiding.

Confide on your spiritual needs and interests, you can also accomplish very specific results by practicing on Guru Padmasambhava. In his observation and narration on the Seven Chapter Prayer of Guru Padmasambhava, the great master Karma Chagme taught what these peculiar results are and how to understand them by practicing on the eight emanations of Guru Rinpoche.

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Shrishti Gupta
Shrishti Gupta is pursuing Journalism and Mass Communication from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. Her areas of interest are writing on the unexplored and secret places of India, political beats, and entertainment beats. "She is someone who believes in herself and everything that falls into place. She believes in work ethics and faith in humanity." Follow me on Twitter: @Srishti751 Connect with me on Instagram: @srishti_2001_

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