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Tendzin Puntsok trained a great number of disciples including Situ Panchen Chokyi Jungne (si tu paN chen chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1700-1774) the Fourth Khamtrul, Tendzin Chokyi Nyima (khams sprul 04 bstan 'dzin chos kyi nyi ma, 1730-1779/1780) and Dharma Mangala (d+harma mangga la, d.u.). ...

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... This monastery, said to have been built on the foundations of a Bon institution, would later be converted to the Karma Kagyu tradition by the Eight Tai Situ, Chokyi Jungne (ta'i si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774) and renamed Pelpung Chokhorling (dpal spungs chos 'khor gling) ...

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... 1700), a nephew of the Eighth Situ, Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699-1774). ...

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... He was the nephew of the Eighth Situ, Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699-1774). ...

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He took the vows of fully ordinated monk from the Eighth Situ, Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774), who gave him the ordination name Karma Chopel Zangpo (karma chos dpal bzang po). ...

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He trained with many other Derge-based lamas, including Situ Paṇchen Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774); Tsultrim Rinchen (tshul khrims rin chen, 1697-1774), the main editor of the Derge Tengyur (sde dge bstan 'gyur); the Second Dzogchen Drubwang, Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin (rdzogs chen 02 'gyur med theg mchog bstan 'dzin, 1699-1758); and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724). ...

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... A number of prominent Tibetan historians, including Katok Tsewang Norbu (kaH thog tshe dbang nor bu, 1698-1755), Situ Paṇchen Chokyi Jungne (si tu paN chen chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1700-1774), and Drakar Chokyi Wangchuk (brag dkar chos kyi dbang phyug, 1775-1837), however, place Milarepa's birth in 1028 ...

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... With their patronage he organized the printing of various medical texts and the commentaries of the Eighth Situ, Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699-1774). ...

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At some point he received the Eighth Tai Situ, Chokyi Jungne (ta'i si tu 08 kun mkhyen chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774) at Pelyul to supervise the funeral ceremony of a lama named Kunzang Yeshe (kun bzang ye shes) ...

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... Tsewang Norbu transmitted the Jonang teachings to many Kagyu and Nyingma lamas, most importantly to the Eighth Tai Situ, Chokyi Gyeltsen (ta'i si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, c.1699-1774), with whom he spent time at the Swayambhunath Stupa in Kathmandu in 1748. ...

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The opportunity to forge a connection with Karma Kagyu tradition, which was strong in western Kham, presented itself when to high ranking incarnations were identified in Derge: the Eighth Tai Situ, Chokyi Gyeltsen (ta'i si tu chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774), and the Twelfth Karmapa, Jangchub Dorje (karma pa 12 byang chub rdo rje, 1703-1732) ...

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One of his first acts as king was to receive the young Eighth Tai Situ, Chokyi Gyeltsen (ta'i si tu chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774) near Peljor Gang (dpal 'byor sgang), where the two exchanged offerings ...

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Several years earlier, the Eighth Tai Situ, Chokyi Jungne (ta'i si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774), commonly known as Situ Paṇchen, returned from Nepal and Tibet and requested a location for a new monastic seat ...

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She also received teachings from Derge-based lamas, including Situ Paṇchen Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774); Tsultrim Rinchen (tshul khrims rin chen, 1697-1774), the main editor of the Derge Tengyur (sde dge bstan 'gyur); the Second Dzogchen Drubwang, Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin (rdzogs chen 02 'gyur med theg mchog bstan 'dzin, 1699-1758); and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724). ...

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At twenty-one Jigme Trinle Ozer left for an extensive pilgrimage in U-Tsang, passing through Dege and receiving teachings from the Eighth Tai Situ Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas) before he left ...

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