Mongolian Chod and Dakini Prayers This is a short film of a Chod ritual performed in Mongolia by the Narkhjid (Vajrayogini) nuns of Ulaan Batar. They practice the Chod of the famous and flamboyant Lama of the Gobi, Danzan Ragjaa (circa 1920). While the Gelugpa are traditionally the main lineage of Mongolia, there are now at least 11 Nyingma monasteries, and many practice a mixture of several lineages! And while the spoken language is Mongolian, the textual language is Tibetan. The quality of the footage is low, as it was taken with amateur equipment at low resolution. Nevertheless, a rare look into the practice of Chod in modern-day Mongolia. An excellent survey of the monasteries of Mongolia can be found here:

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