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... The Tibetan historical sources are divided about which king initiated the invitation – it was either Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-796) or his father, Tri Detsuktsen (khri lde gtsug btsan, 704-754) ...

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... His parents were named Dargon (dar mgon) and Lhemen (lhas sman); his father's family claimed descent from Chim Dorje Drelching (mchims rdor rje sprel chung), a minister to the Tibetan king, Tri Songdeutsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-797). ...

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... The collaborative activity of these three figures was so successful and effective that they were collectively honored with the epithet of "Khenpo, Ācārya and Dharma king (mkhan slob chos gsum), a reference to the imperial era triad of Khenpo Śāntarakṣita, Ācārya Padmasambhava and King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan). ...

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... Their family claimed descent from Nyawa Chozang (gnya' ba chos bzang, eighth century), one of the nine learned physicians who acted as court doctors during the time of Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-800). ...

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... They were a noble family of yoga practitioners believed to be descended from King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 790-844). ...

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King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde btsan) sent Pelgyi Sengge to India to serve as a translator ...

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... He initially served in the Tibetan government as a minister to Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde btsan, 742-800) before becoming one of the first seven Tibetans to be ordained by Śāntarakṣita. ...

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... eighth century), one of the nine learned physicians who acted as court doctors during the time of Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-800) ...

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... Dorje Dudjom became a minister to King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan) while still a young man. ...

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... The transmission is said to have originated with a previous incarnation as the Minister of Religion for King Tri Songdetsen's (khri srong lde btsan) ...

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... He is said to have been the seventh incarnation of a Lhase Muruk Tsenpo (lha sras mu rug btsan po), a son of King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan). ...

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... Here we see many of the details that would become so well known in later years: The monk Śāntarakṣita suggests to King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde brtsan, c ...

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Pelgyi Sengge (dpal gyi seng ge) was born in Lodrak (lho brag) into the Shupu clan (shud phu), the same clan as King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan) ...

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Pema Lingpa's legend has it that his previous incarnations were Lhachik Pemasel (lha gcig pad+ma gsal, d.u.), daughter of the Tibetan king Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde brtsan, 742-796) ...

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... 756), to the young king Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde brtsan, 742-c.800), and in this way restored order ...

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During the suppression of the Bon teachings during the reign of Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde btsan, 755-797), Tonggyung Tuchen is said to have concealed as treasure (gter ma) numerous Bon scriptures, forming the basis of the Bon tradition of treasure revelation ...

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... Upon informing Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde btsan, c.742-c.796) of his prophesy, several translators were sent to search for the greatest of Indian paṇḍitas ...

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... During the time of Ngadak Pelkhor Tsan (mnga' bdag dpal 'khor btsan), the grandson of Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan) the translator Maben Jangchub Lodro (rma ban byang chub blo gros) was murdered and became a wrathful spirit who attacked the king ...

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Born to the Dre ('bre) clan, Gyelwai Lodro (rgyal ba'i blo gros) was an administrator in the government of King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan) before taking ordination in India ...

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Konchok Jungne (dkon mchog 'byung gnas) was born in Yaru Chang Tanak (g.yas ru byang rta nag) in Tsang and became an influential minister at the court of King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan), under the name Langdro (lang gro) ...

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... He once again entered retreat, during which it is said he experienced many visions of Padmasambhava and was able to recall his previous life as Tibetan emperor Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 755-797). ...

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... Tingdzin Zangpo made up for this by helping to ensure the succession of King Tri Songdetsen's (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-796) son, Senalek Jinyon (sad na legs mjing yon), also known as Mutik Tsenpo (mu tig btsan po), in 798, and he served as tutor to prince Tri Desongtsan (khri lde srong btsan, b.798), also known as Senalek (sad na legs). ...

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... It was during these early retreats that he is said to have first remembered his past lives, a line that, he maintained, began with the eighth-century emperor Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde btsan, c.742-800), who had invited Padmasambhava to Tibet, and continued in an unbroken sequence of sixteen reincarnations ...

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Namkha Sengge (shud phu nam mkha' seng ge) was born in Lhodrak into the Shupu family which traced its descent from Shupu Pelgyi Sengge (shud phu dpal gyi seng ge), who was a religious minister of the eighth-century Tibetan King Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-796). ...

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Jangdak Tashi Tobgyel (byang bdag bkra shis stobs rgya) was born into the wealthy Jangpa (byang pa) family who traced their lineage back to the king Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde btsan, 742-796) ...

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... The colophon to the work refers to Tsewang Lhamo as an emanation of Ngangtsul Jangchub Gyelmo (ngang tshul byang chub rgyal mo), a wife of the Tibetan prince Mutik Tsenpo (mu tig btsan po), second son of Tri Songdetsen (khri srong lde'u btsan, 742-796) and a consort of Padmasambhava. ...

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