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... Pelpung Khyentse Wozer (dpal spungs mkhyen brtse 'od zer, 1896-1945) transmitted the Kangyur and several Jonang collections.[19] The Tenth Pawo, Tsuklak Mawai Wangchuk (dpa' bo 10 gtsug lag smra ba'i dbang phyug, 1912-1991) transmitted various other tantric teachings; a man named Chugur Lama Peyar (mchu mgur bla ma dpe yar) transmitted Kongtrul's Treasury of Knowledge (shes bya kun khyab), and a man named Tsatsa Lodro Tulku (tsha tsha blo gros sprul sku) gave him Kongtrul's Collected Works.[20] A Lama Tenpel (bla ma bstan 'phel) transmitted the Nyingma Kama (rnying ma bka' ma), the massive collection of Nyingma scriptures that are classified as received rather than revealed as treasure. ...

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They arrived at Tsurpu via the route along Nyenchen Tanglha (gnyan chen thang lha), a major mountain to the north of Lhasa that was long considered a regional deity, and was welcomed in late summer by the dominant incarnations of the Karma Kagyu tradition, including Kongtrul, the Tenth Pawo, Tsuklak Mawai Wangchuk (dpa' bo 10 gtsug lag smra ba'i dbang phyug, 1912–1991), and the Eleventh Tsurpu Gyeltsab, Drakpa Gyatso (mtshur phu rgyal tshab 11 grags pa rgya mtsho, 1894–1952). ...

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