According to Buddhist belief, many spiritually evolved beings appear regularly in the world. These highly realized beings take rebirth selflessly with the definite objective of serving humanity through compassion and generous deeds. In Tibetan culture, these extraordinary beings are known as Tulkus. A fine illustration of their activities is recounted here in the manifestation of the twelve unbroken successions of the glorious line known as Zurmang Gharwang.
In Tibet the life stories of eminent lamas are frequently told and read with much enthusiasm, it is as though one is receiving initiation from the exalted masters themselves. They are believed to be excellent stimuli for prompting inner awakening, and serve as unfailing inspiration for the development of limitless good qualities.
The wondrous incarnations of Zurmang Gharwang are translated and compiled based on centuries old records still existing today in the Zurmang Complex of Monasteries in Qinghai.
It is hoped that through the reading of these remarkable deeds, one may experience an inexhaustible wealth of peace and happiness, and find encouragement to transverse the various paths and stages leading rapidly to supreme realization.
Experience as such, was said to be immeasurable, inconceivable and inexpressible except through the vigorous practice of Bodhichitta and guru-devotion, which is transmitted only from ear-to-ear, and heart-to-heart!