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Among his many disciples were the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926); the Third Katok Situ, Chokyi Gyatso (kaH thog si tu 03 chos kyi rgya mtsho, 1880-1925); the Fifth Shechen Rabjam, Pema Tekchok Tenpai Gyeltsen (zhe chen rab 'byams 05 pad+ma theg mchog bstan pa'i rgyal mtshan, 1864-1909); and the Second Dzongnang Lama, Jamyang Sherab Chokyi Nangwa (rdzong nang bla ma 02 'jam dbyangs shes rab chos kyi snangs ba, 1854-1893). ...

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He studied at Simda Dzogchen Monastery (srib mda' rdzogs chen dgon) – a branch of Shechen Monastery (zhe chen) in Jomda ('jo mda') and then moved to Shechen Monastery at the age of thirteen, where he took ordination and received Nyingma teachings and transmissions from the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Gyurme Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 'gyur med pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926) and others ...

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Among his prominent disciples were the Third Katok Situ; the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926); Ngawang Pelzang of Katok Monastery (kaH thog mkhan po ngag dbang dpal bzang, 1879-1941); Jamyang Khyentse Chokyi Lodro ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse chos kyi blo gros, 1893-1959); the twenty-fifth Dzogchen abbot, Ngawang Norbu (ngag dbang nor bu, 1886-1958); Katok Khenchen Lekshe Jorden (kaH thog mkhan chen legs bshad 'byor ldan, d.u.); the twentieth Dzogchen abbot, Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955); the abbot of Dzagyu Gemang Shedra, Dongak Tenpai Nyima (mdo sngags bstan pa'i nyi ma, c.1898-1959); the Fourth Mura Tulku, Pema Norbu (mu ra sprul sku 04 pad+ma nor bu, 1918-1958), and Khunu Lama Tendzin Gyeltsen (khu nu bla ma bstan 'dzin rgyal mtshan, 1894-1977) ...

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Some of his prominent disciples were the first abbot of Pelyul, Ngawang Pelzang (dpal yul mkhan rabs 01 ngag dbang dpal bzang, 1879-1941); the Tenth Zurmang Trungpa, Karma Chokyi Nyinje (zur mang drung pa 10 karma chos kyi nyin byed, c.1879-1939); and the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926). ...

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... Among his other important disciples were Adzom Drukpa Drodul Pawo Dorje (a 'dzoms 'brug pa 'gro 'dul dpa' bo rdo rje, 1842-1924), to whom he passed on the transmissions of Lama Yangtik (bla ma yang tig), Terton Sogyel Lerab Lingpa (gter ston bsod rgyal las rab gling pa, 1856-1926), Third Dodrubchen Jigme Tenpai Nyima (rdo grub chen 03 'jigs med bstan pa'i nyi ma, 1865-1926) and the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Gyurme Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 'gyur med pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926) ...

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In 1912 the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 padma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926) visited the Dilgo family during the funeral services for Ju Mipam, and asked Tashi Tsering to give Tashi Peljor to Shechen Monastery (zhe chen dgon)

In the summer of 1924 Tashi Peljor, together with his elder brother, traveled to Shechen to meet the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Padma Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal), who was then in retreat in a hermitage above Shechen ...

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... At Dzogchen (rdzogs chen) he received numerous Kama and treasure traditions associated with that monastery, and at Shechen (zhe chen) he received the Changter (byang gter) and Mindroling (smin grol gling) teachings from Shechen Gyeltsab Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab padma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926), and Shechen Kongtrul transmitted the complete works of the Second Shechen Rabjam (zhe chen rab 'byams, 1713-1769). ...

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... His teachers included Dza Patrul Orgyen Jigme Chokyi Wangpo (rdza dpal sprul o rgyan 'jigs med chos kyi dbang po, 1808-1887); Pema Vajra; Ju Mipam Namgyel Gyatso (ju mi pham rnam rgyal rgya mtsho, 1846-1912); the eleventh abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Purtsa Khenpo Akon (phur tsha mkhan po a dkon, b.1830's); Orgyen Tendzin Norbu (o rgyan bstan 'dzin nor bu, b.1851); the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926); the fifteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Domtson Konchok Drakpa (sdom brtson kon mchog grags pa, b.1830's); and the Third Gurong, Orgyen Jikdrel Choying Dorje (dgu rong 03 o rgyan 'jigs bral chos dbyings rdo rje, 1875-1932). ...

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