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... He famously invited the Nyingma tantric master Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, c.1361-c.1464) to choose a site for the establishment of a royal temple ...

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By this point she had made contact with Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361?-1464?), the extraordinary Nyingma master who had become famous both for his religious deeds and miracles and for the production of iron-chain bridges over the Tsangpo River ...

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... The Lhunding medical tradition had originated with Lhunding Gema (lhun sdings dge ma), the son of a disciple and biographer of Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) named Sherab Pelden (shes rab dpal ldan) ...

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During his childhood, he listened to tales told by the elders in the village where the temple was situated, including those drawn from the lives of the saints such as Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) ...

Read more from the biography of Karma Shedrub Chokyi Sengge


It seems that after the death of Chokyi Dronma, Delek Chodren pleaded with Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361?-1464?), a main teacher of Chokyi Dronma, to authorize the search for Chokyi Dronma's reincarnation ...

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Lekdrub Pel's son, Sherab Pelden (shes rab dpal ldan, fifteenth century), known also as Tsoje Pema Sitar ('tsho byed pad+ma sri thar), was a disciple and biographer of Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485), as well as a disciple of Rigdzin Godemchen (rig 'dzin rgod ldem chen, 1337-1408), who originated the Jangter, or Northern Treasure Tradition ...

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... He built a statue of Padmasambhava (pad+ma 'byung gnas, 8th c.) and Tangton Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1486) in a cave facing Zangmo mountain where Tangton Gyelpo was said to have meditated. ...

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... It is said that the Sakya master Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) attempted to prevent him from establishing the new monastery ...

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Gyurme Dechen ('gyur med bde chen) was born in 1540, a maternal descendent of the great adept Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) ...

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... Later, when Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) summoned all the deities of Paro to help him build a stupa there, one deity refused to appear ...

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In 1622 Puntsok Namgyel's son and successor, Tsang Desi Karma Tenkyong Wangpo (gtsang sde srid karma bstan skyong dbang po, 1606-1642) invited Amnye Zhab to Zhigatse's Samdrub Monastery, which was built by Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) ...

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... His Drubtob Tuktik (grub thob thugs tig) was classified as a mind treasure, which came to him in a vision of Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361- 1485) ...

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... He aided in the restoration of Chuwori (gcung bo ri), a monastery outside of Lhasa established by Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485), befriending the head incarnation, the Sixth Chagsam Tulku Lobzang Chodan (lcags zam sprul sku 06 blo bzang chos ldan, d.u.) ...

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... Unfortunately his health failed and he retired to a hermitage some two miles from the monastery, on the mountain called Dzime Tralep (rdzi med kra leb), at the site of an old temple dedicated to Tangton Gyelpo (thang ston rgyal po). ...

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... She later gave birth to their son, Jangpa Gyelse Pema Chogyel (byang pa rgyal sras pad+ma chos rgyal, d.u.), who was recognized as an emanation of Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485) ...

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... He also carried out important restorations of the great adept Tangtong Gyelpo's (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1484) monastery of Chung Riwoche (cung ri bo che) and Drokmi Lotsāwa Shākya Yeshe's ('brog mi lo tsA ba shAkya ye shes, b.992) hermitage of Mangkar Mugu Lung (mang mkha mu gu lung) ...

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... He received the instructions on the Six Yogas of Niguma (ni gu chos brug) composed by the great adept Tangtong Gyelpo (grub chen thang stong rgyal po, 1385-1464) from Tendzin Nyima Zangpo (bstan 'dzin nyi ma bzang po, d.u.), Tangtong Gyelpo's son and heir ...

Read more from the biography of Orgyen Dzongpa Chokyong Gyeltsen


... Another aunt of his was Ashe Drubtob Zangmo (a she grub thob bzang mo, d.u.) was a consort of Tangtong Gyelpo (thang stong rgyal po, 1361-1485). ...

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