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Trinle Gyatso is first mentioned in the Dalai Lama's own introduction to his autobiography as being the person who requested Zur Choying Rangdrol (zur chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1657), a guru to the Dalai Lama, to write a text which was shown to the Dalai Lama when he was persuaded to start writing his autobiography in 1667 as a model of good composition.[7] Trinle Gyatso is next mentioned in the same introduction as the first in a list of seven people upon whose written notes the Dalai Lama relied to compile the record of events in his life prior to reaching the age of fifteen, which, according to Tibetan reckoning, would have been in 1631; after which, he states that he relied on his own memory.[8] ...

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Sonam Chopel disapproved of Lobzang Gyatso having a Nyingma teacher, the renowned master Zur Choying Rangdrol (zur ston chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669) ...

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Shortly after moving to Pabongkha, Peljor Lhundrub began to teach Zurchen Choying Rangdrol (zur chen chos dbyings rang grol 1604-1669), also known as Zur Peljor Trinle Rabgye (zur dpal 'byor phrin las rab rgyas) ...

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... Eventually he came to be regarded as an incarnation of the Nyingma scholar Zurchen Choying Rangdrol (zur chen chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669). ...

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... His mother, Dorje Dolma, (rdo rje sgrol ma) belonged to the famous Zur lineage of Uklung ('ug lung) and had among her ancestors the great Nyingmapa lama Zurton Choying Rangrol (zur ston chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669), one of the masters of the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso (ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682) ...

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Early in 1638, acting as Drepung's Treasurer in a project to construct new sets of the Eight Classical Stūpa (mchod rten cha brgyad), Norbu insisted on changing the proportions of the Drepung set, which had been designed by master Zur Choying Rangdrol (zur chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669) ...

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Some of his other prominent disciples included Zurchen Choying Rangdrol (zur chen chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669), another teacher to the Fifth Dalai Lama; the Third Yolmo Tulku Tendzin Norbu; the Third Longchen Tashi Namgyel (klong chen 03 bkra shis rnam rgyal, d.u.); and Kunzang Wangpo (kun bzang dbang po, d.u.). ...

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At the age of six the boy was recognized by the Third Yolmo Tulku, Tendzin Norbu (yol mo sprul sku 03 bstan 'dzin nor bu, 1589-1644), and Zurchen Choying Rangdrol (zur chen chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669), as the reincarnation of the Third Dorje Drak Rigdzin, Ngakgi Wangpo (rdo rje brag rig 'dzin 03 ngag gi dbang po, 1580-1639) and was enthroned on the seat of Dorje Drak (rdo rje brag). ...

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