Gyelpo Zhabdrung was born to the royal family of Padum, the historical capital of Zanskar in Ladakh. He was ordained as a youth and later went to Bhutan where he served as head of Dewachen Monastery. On his return to Ladakh he served as an advisor to King Dekyong Namgyel.
b.20th cent. - d.20th cent.
Konchok Stanzin Damchos Gyurmed, the Eighth Tokden Rinpoche of Ladakh, lived in the early decades of the twentieth century. His seat was the Drigung Kagyu monastery Phyang.
Kachen Lobzang Zotpa was a Geluk monk based at Thikse Monastery in Ladakh. He studied under the Second Pabongkha at Tashilhunpo, where he came to be considered a great scholar. He returned to Ladakh in 1959. He served as general secretary of the Ladakh Buddhist Association and taught widely at Ladakhi and Tibetan communities in India.
b.1902 - d.1987
Gelok Menpa, an epithet which means “Doctor from Golok,” was a twentieth-century Tibetan doctor who was active in the Amdo region of Tibet. He was trained at Labrang and served as the personal physician to the Fifth Jamyang Zhepa, as well as serving in various Chinese medical organizations
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