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Additionally, he received teachings from the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra sku phreng 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); the fifteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Konchok Drakpa (dkon mchog grags pa, d.u.); Zhalu Ribuk Tulku, Losel Tenkyong (zhwa lu ri sbug sprul sku blo gsal bstan skyong, b.1804); and the first abbot of Dzongsar Khamshe Shedra (rdzong sar khams bye bshad grwa), Zhenpen Chokyi Nangwa (gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba, 1871-1927). ...
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... Although the Longchen Nyingtik was not one of his primary practices, he figures large in the transmission history of the treasure cycle.
Other prominent lamas that he studied with include: Shechen Paṇḍita Jamyang Gyepai Lodro (zhe chen paNDita 'jam dbyangs dgyes pa'i blo gros, d.u.), the Second Dzogchen Khenrab Zhenpen Taye (rdzogs chen mkhan rabs 02 gzhan phan mtha' yas, 1800-1855), the Fourth Dzogchen Tulku Mingyur Namkhai Dorje (rdzogs chen 04 mi 'gyur nam mkha'i rdo rje, 1793-1870), the Thirty-fourth Sakya Trichen Pema Dundul Wangchuk (sa skya khri chen 34 pad+ma bdud 'dul dbang phyug, 1792-1853), the Thirty-fifth Sakya Trichen Dorje Rinchen (sa skya khri chen 35 rdo rje rin chen, 1819-1867), Zhalu Ribuk Tulku Losel Tenkyong (zhwa lu ri sbug sprul sku blo gsal bstan skyong, b ...
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... Some of his important disciples include his nephew Ngulchu Yangchen Drupai Dorje (dngul chu dbyangs can grub pai rdo rje, 1809-1887) who composed the root-texts of Tibetan grammar that are still in practice; Khenchen Ngawang Nyendak (mkhan chen ngag dbang snyan grags, d.u.), Tulku Losel Tenkyong (sprul sku blo gsal bstan skyong, b ...
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