Kharchen Pelgyi Wangchuk 8th cent.
Name Variants: Pelgyi Wangchuk
Kharchen Pelgyi Wangchuk (mkhar chen dpal gyi dbang phyug) was born into the Kharchen clan, and was, according to some traditions, the brother of Padmasambhava’s consort, Yeshe Tsogyel (ye shes mtsho rgyal). He mastered the Vajrakīla practices and could vanquish enemies simply by holding his kīla dagger high.
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Gu ru bkra shis. 1990. Gu bkra’i chos ’byung. Beijing: Krung go’i bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang, pp. 172-173.
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