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Buddhadharma : Winter 2015
78 buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly winter 2015 a lthough autobiographical literature is extremely popular and common in Tibetan Buddhism, very few women have ever recorded their stories. Sera Khandro (1892–1940) became one of the few women to attain prominence as a Vajrayana teacher and also to write about her own experience. Not only was she eventually regarded as a noteworthy practitioner and teacher in her own right, but from her youth she was also identified as a terton, or “revealer” of hidden texts, an even more specialized and rare kind of teacher among whom women were review by rita m. Gross the remarkable life of sera khandro