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Some of his prominent disciples included the Jonang master Tubten Gelek Gyatso (thub bstan dge legs rgya mtsho, 1844-1904); Minyak Khenpo Apel (mi nyag mkhan po a dpal, 19th century); Yeshe Gyeltsen (ye shes rgyal mtshan, 19th century), the female practitioner Adro Khenchen Socho (a gro'i mkhan chen bsod chod); the fourteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Tsering Norbu (tshe ring nor bu, d.u.); the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955); and the Third Gurong, Orgyen Jikdrel Choying Dorje (dgu rong 03 o rgyan 'jigs bral chos dbyings rdo rje, 1875-1932). ...

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It is said he produced a number of scholars among his disciples, some of whom include Gyelse Rigpai Reltri (rgyal sras rig pa'i ral gri, 1830-1896); the third Gurong, Orgyen Jikdrel Choying Dorje (dgu rong 03 o rgyan 'jigs bral chos dbyings rdo rje, 1875-1932); the great scholar Minyak Kunzang Sonam (mi nyag kun bzang bsod nams, 1823-1905); and Jewon Orgyen Tendzin (rje dbon o rgyan bstan 'dzin, d.u.). ...

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Two incarnation line of Changlung Pelchen Namkha Jigme are:

Changlung Tulku 02 (spyang lung sprul sku, 1822-1858)
Changlung Tulku 03 (kun bzang 'jigs med rgya mtsho, 1859-1911)
Changlung Tulku 04 (blo bzang legs bshad nyi ma, 1912-1947)
Changlung Tulku 05 (o rgyan bdud 'dul khrag 'thung che mchog rtsal, 1986 – present)

Gurong 02 (dgu rong sprul sku sna tshogs rang grol, 1822-1874)
Gurong 03 (o rgyan 'jigs bral chos dbyings rdo rje, 1875-1932)
Gurong 04 (gar dbang 'gro 'dul rdo rje, 1934-1952) ...

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... His teachers included Dza Patrul Orgyen Jigme Chokyi Wangpo (rdza dpal sprul o rgyan 'jigs med chos kyi dbang po, 1808-1887); Pema Vajra; Ju Mipam Namgyel Gyatso (ju mi pham rnam rgyal rgya mtsho, 1846-1912); the eleventh abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Purtsa Khenpo Akon (phur tsha mkhan po a dkon, b.1830's); Orgyen Tendzin Norbu (o rgyan bstan 'dzin nor bu, b.1851); the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926); the fifteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Domtson Konchok Drakpa (sdom brtson kon mchog grags pa, b.1830's); and the Third Gurong, Orgyen Jikdrel Choying Dorje (dgu rong 03 o rgyan 'jigs bral chos dbyings rdo rje, 1875-1932). ...

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