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Two accumulations (Skt. saṃbhāradvaya; T. tshogs gnyis ཚོགས་གཉིས་) refers to two types of qualities that are accumulated on the path of the bodhisattva. These are
- accumulation of merit (puṇya-saṃbhāra)
- accumulation of wisdom (jñāna-saṃbhāra)
- Two collections
- Twofold spiritual development (LCN)
- Two types of equipment (Buswell and Lopez)
- Patrul Rinpoche, The Words of My Perfect Teacher (Boston: Shambhala, Revised edition, 1998), Chapter Four, 'I. The Need for the Two Accumulations', pages 283-285.
- Khenpo Ngawang Palzang, A Guide to the Words of My Perfect Teacher (Boston & London: Shambhala, 2004), Chapter Four, 'I. The Need for the Two Accumulations', pages 233-236.
- Venerable Dezhung Rinpoche, The Excellent Path of the Two Accumulations, Gorum Publications, Sakya Losal Choe Dzong, Canberra, June 2000.