Tri Songwanggyel, active in the nineteenth century, was the thirteenth head of the prominent Lhagyari family of Lhokha.
Zilnon Wangchuk, active in the nineteenth century, was the twelfth head of the Lhagyari family.
Deumar Geshe Tendzin Puntsok was a master of Tibetan medicine and an expert on Tibetan painting. Active during the eighteenth century, he was a prolific writer who wrote extensively on Tibetan medicine, ritual, as well as on the history and practice of painting in Tibet. He founded Mersho Deumar Zabgye Choling, a small hermitage in his native Kham. His students included the Fourth Khamtrul and Situ Panchen, among many others.
Tobjor Wangchuk, active in the early twentieth century, was the fourteenth head of the Lhagyari family of Lhokha.
Namgyel Wangchuk was the younger son of Tri Songwanggyel, the thirteenth head of the prominent Lhagyari family of Lhokha. Appointed as a general by the Thirteenth Dalai Lama, he fought against the 1910-1912 Qing occupation of Lhasa and died in battle in 1912.
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The TBRC RID number refers to the unique ID assigned by the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC.org) to each historical figure in their database of Tibetan literature.