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Jamyang Amnye Zhab Ngawang Kunga Sonam ('jam mgon a myes zhabs ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams) was born into the branch of the Khon ('khon) family based at the Ducho Labrang (dus mchod bla brang) at Sakya, in 1597, the fire-bird year of the tenth sexagenary cycle

... During the same time he visited Zhigatse at the invitation of the Tsang Desi, Karma Puntsok Namgyel (karma phun tshogs rnam rgyal, 1597-1621), to whom he gave initiations at the Samdrub temple (bsam 'grub) ...

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... He was the younger brother of Jamgon Amyezhab Ngawang Kunga Sonam ('jam mgon a myes zhabs ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams, 1597-1659) ...

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... 1608), Lhatson Namkha Jigme (lha btsun nam mkha' 'jigs med, 1597-1650), Rigdzin Trinle Lhundrub (rig 'dzin 'phrin las lhun grub, 1611-1662) and Terton Dudul Dorje (gter ston bdud 'dul rdo rje, 1615-1672). ...

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... Other practices in which he received instruction included Namkha Jigme (nam mkha 'jigs med, 1597-1650)'s Quintessential Teacher (bla ma yang tig), and the sādhana of the peaceful and wrathful deities (zhi khro). ...

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... His students also included Pelden Dondrub (dpal ldan don grub, 1563-1636), Ngawang Kunga Sonam (ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams, 1597-1659/60), Tashi Peldrub (bkra shis dpal grub, 1600-1671/2), Karma Tenkyong Wangpo (karma bstan skyong dbang po, 1606-1642), Karma Puntsok Namgyel (kar+ma phun tshogs rnam rgyal, 1597-1632), and Tenpai Nyima (bstan pa'i nyi ma, 1567-1619) ...

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... According to legend, while he was still in his mother's womb, his paternal grandfather, the Twenty-seventh Sakya Tridzin, Jamgon Amnye Zhab ('jam mgon a myes zhabs, 1597-1659) told his mother that a great bodhisattva was about to take birth. ...

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... These included Terdak Lingpa's entire collection of revealed treasures, as well as the Jangter, or Northern Treasures (byang gter), Nyangrel Nyima Ozer's (nyang ral nyi ma 'od zer, 1124-1192) treasure text, called the "Eight Pronouncements, the Union of the Sugatas" (bka' brgyad bde gshegs 'dus pa), Guru Chowang's (gu ru chos dbang, 1212-1270) Vajrakīlaya (phur pa spu gri) treasure text, and Lhatsun Namkha Jigme's (lha btsun nam mkha' 'jigs med, 1597-1650) revealed treasure called Attainment of the Vidyādhara Life (lha btsun pa'i rig 'dzin srog sgrub skor) ...

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Among his disciples were Khenchen Ngawang Tenpel Dorje (mkhan chen ngag dbang bstan pa'i rdo rje); the fifteenth abbot of Ngor, Jamyang Kunga Sonam Lhundrub ('jam mgon kun dga' bsod nams lhun grub, 1571-1642); Tukje Chenpo Jikten Wangchuk (thugs rje chen po 'jig rten dbang phyug, d.u.); Dakchen Jampa Sonam (bdag chen byams pa bsod nams, d.u.); Gonpo Sonam Chokden (mgon po bsod nams mchog ldan, 1603-1659); and Khyechok Namgyel (mkhas mchog rnam rgyal), the tenth abbot of Tubten Namgyel Monastery; and Jamgon Amyezhab Kunga Sonam ('jam mgon a nye zhabs ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams, 1597-1659/1960), to whom he served as a preceptor. ...

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Among Kunga Rinchen's students were Jamgon Amyezhab Ngawang Kunga Sonam ('jam mgon a nye zhabs ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams, 1597-1659/1960), one of the greatest of the Sakya writers and author of a lengthy biography of Kunga Rinchen; the Thirteenth Ngor Khenchen, Namkha Pelzang (ngor mkhan chen 13 nam mkha' dpal bzang, 1532-1602); the fourteenth Ngor Khenchen, Jampa Kunga Tashi (ngor mkhan chen 14 byams pa kun dga' bkra shis, 1558-1603); Jonang Jetsun Kunga Drolchok (jo nang rje btsun kun dga' grol mchog, 1507-1566/7); The Twenty-fourth Sakya Tridzen (sa skya khri chen 24 'jam dbyangs bsod nams dbang po, 1559-1621); and the Twenty-fifth Sakya Tridzen, Drakpa Lodro Gyeltsen Pelzangpo (sa skya khri chen 25 grags pa blo gros rgyal mtshan dpal bzang po, 1563-1617). ...

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... His father was the great Sakya scholar and Twenty-seventh Sakya Tridzin, Jamgon Amnye Zhab ('jam mgon a myes zhabs, 1597-1659) ...

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... 1642), the son of Karma Puntsok Wangyel (karma phun tshogs rnam rgyal, 1597-1632) ...

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... The Second Peling Sungtrul, Pema Lingpa's immediate reincarnation, was Yenpa Lode (pad gling gsung sprul 02 yan pa blo bde, 1536-1597), also known as Tendzin Chokyi Drakpa (bstan 'dzin chos kyi grags pa) ...

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... His father was Yanpa Lode (yan pa blo bde, 1536-1597), a student of Dawa Gyeltsen (zla ba rgyal mtshan, 1499-1587), who was the son of Terton Pema Lingpa (gter ston pad+ma gling pa, 1450-1521) ...

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In addition to the above lamas, he studied under some thirteen prominent masters, including the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso (ta la'i bla ma 05 ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682); the Twenty-eighth Sakya Trichen, Ngawang Kunga Sonam (sa skya khri chen 28 ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams, 1597-1659); the Twenty-ninth Sakya Trichen, Ngawang Sonam Wangchuk (sa skya khri chen 29 ngag dbang bsod nams dbang phyug, 1638-1685); Shakya Tashi (shakya bkra’ shis, d.u.), and Khedrub Pelden Dondrub (mkhas grub dpal ldan don 'grub, d.u.) ...

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... 1979 (1597) ...

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... Among those to whom he reported his travels were the Tsang King Karma Puntsok Namgyel (gtsang sde srid kar+ma phun tshogs rnam rgyal, 1597-1632) and the Fifth Drukchen, who requested he compose an account of the voyage ...

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... Tashi Tobgyel grew up in the palace receiving various teachings from some of the most renowned masters of his day, many of whom had been students of his predecessor, including Tukse Lodro Gyeltsen (thugs sras blo gros rgyal mtshan, d.u.); Drenchok Pelden Lodro (dren mchog dpal ldan blo gros, 1527-1596); a Sakya teacher named Zhegonpa Sonam Tsemo (zhe dgon pa bsod nams rtse mo, d.u.); Rinchen Puntsok Chokyi Gyelpo (rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557), the seventeenth abbot of Drigung Monastery ('bri gung dgon); Lochen Ratnabhadra (lo chen rat+na b+ha dra, 1489-1563); the Second Peling Sungtrul, Yenpa Lode (pad gling gsung sprul 02 yan pa blo bde, 1536-1597); Jampa Chokyi Gyeltsen (byams pa chos kyi rgyal mtshan, d.u.) of Nub Monastery (gnubs dgon); Rigdzin Nyida Ozer (rig 'dzin nyi zla 'od zer, d.u.); and Tashi Pel (bkra shis dpal, d.u.). ...

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... Upon returning to Tibet, Tendzin Norbu spent more time at the Gungtang court of the King Sonam Wangchuk and at the Samdrubtse Palace (bsam grub rtse) in Shigatse, the seat of the Tsangpa Desi, Karma Puntsok Namgyel (karma phun tshogs rnam rgyal, c.1597-c.1632) ...

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