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When he was sixteen, at the request of his father and two of his uncles, he received the transmission of the Lamdre (lam 'bras) teachings from Jamgon Sonam Wangpo ('jam mgon bsod nams dbang po, 1559-1621) in a retreat center named Dorje Drakdzong (rdo rje brag rdzong) ...
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He studied Lamdre and other Sakya traditions with Rechen Peljor Sherab (ras chen dpal 'byor shes rab, d.u), Konchok Lekdzin (dkon mchog legs 'dzin, d.u), Kunga Sonam (kun dga' bsod nams, d.u), an abbot of Tsedong Monastery, Jamyang Sonam Wangpo ('jam dbyangs bsod nams dbang po, 1559-1621), the Fourteenth Ngor Khenchen, Sharchen Kunga Tashi (shar chen kun dga' bkra shis,1558-1615), Sonam Lhundrub (bsod nams lhun grub, 1571-1642), and Wangchuk Rabten (dbang phyug rab brtan, 1558-1636), the eighteenth abbot of Zhalu monastery. ...
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... His paternal uncle was Jampa Pel Ngawang Sonam Wangpo, the twenty-fifth Sakya Trichen (sa skya khri chen 25 byams pa dpal ngag dbang bsod nams dbang po, 1559-1621). ...
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