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... He was a descendant of Ga Yeshe Dargye (dga' ye shes dar rgyas, d.u.), who was said to be a minister to King Relpachen (khri ral pa can, eighth century) ...

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After leaving Lhasa she visited Ushangdo (u shang do), a temple established by her ancestor, the King Relpachen (khri ral pa can), in the ninth century ...

Read more from the biography of Chokyi Dronma


... In Tibetan historical tradition they are said to descend from Ga Yeshe Dargye (dga' ye shes dar rgyas, d.u.), a minister of King Relpachen (khri ral pa can, eighth century) who was dispatched from central Tibet to the areas around present-day Ngawa (rnga ba), Zungchu (zung chu) and Dzoge (mdzod dge) with an army of ten-thousand men ...

Read more from the biography of Tsenpo Pellek


... Langdarma was the brother of Tri Tsukdeutsen (khri gtsug lde brtsan), also known as Relpachen (ral pa can) ...

Read more from the biography of Lhalung Pelgyi Dorje


... The new king gave his tutor land in Uru (dbu ru) where he later constructed the Zha Lhakhang (zhwa lha khang) during the reign of Relpachen (ral pa chen), also known as Tri Tsukdetsen (khri gtsug lde brtsan) ...

Read more from the biography of Nyang Tingdzin Zangpo