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While at Yutok, Bamda Gelek received an invitation to become tutor to the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 pad ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886-1952), which he famously declined ...

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In 1910, when Chokyi Wozer was twenty-two, the Eleventh Tai Situ Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952) and Khenchen Tashi Wozer (mkhan chen bkra shis 'od zer, 1836–191) of Pelpung Monastery (dpal spungs dgon), a close disciple of Jamgon Kongtrul ('jam mgon kong sprul, 1813–1899), invited Khenpo Zhenga to teach at Pelpung ...

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Dorje Sengge was instead brought to Lhasa, where he passed away in 1919.[25] The year 1926 has sometimes been given for the year of his death, but this is because it is the year his son Tsewang Dudul was appointed to the then-ceremonial office; the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952) served as regent until his son came of age.[26] Tibet maintained control of Derge until 1933, when yet another border skirmish with China forced them to pull back to the west bank of the Drichu River. ...

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The Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 pad+ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886-1952), the Fifth Shechen Gyeltsab Pema Dorje (zhe chen rgyal tshab 05 'gyur med pad+ma rdo rje, d.1959), the Eleventh Zurmang Trungpa, Chokyi Gyatso (zur mang drung pa 11 chos kyi rgya mtsho), Khyentse Chokyi Lodro, Kongtul Pema Drime, and the Sixth Shechen Rabjam, Nangze Drupai Dorje (zhe chen rab 'byams 06 snang mdzad grub pa'i rdo rje) were all invited to consecrate and bless the new temple. ...

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... As his son, Jigme Tsewang Dudul ('jigs med tshe dbang bdud 'dul, 1915/16–1942/45), was only four years old at the time, the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952) was assigned to serve as regent, although real power continued to be in the hands of the Tibetan governor.

... Dorje Sengge's supporters put forward the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952), who had served as regent during Tsewang Dudul's infancy, a solution opposed by Jago ...

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... Dorje Sengge was also returned to Derge, although he himself was brought to Lhasa by the Tibetans and the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952), was made regent while his son, Tsewang Dudul (tshe dbang bdud 'dul, 1916–1942), was in his infancy ...

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... Jago refused to allow the appointment as regent of the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952), who had served as regent for Tsewang Dudul when he was an infant ...

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... He was given the rank of taiji (tha'i ji) by the Tibetan government, and possibly formally enthroned, but in his infancy the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952), was chosen by the Tibetan governor of the the kingdom (sde dge spyi khyab), Dapon Tethong Gyurme Gyatso (mda' dpon bkras mthong 'gyur med rgya mtsho), to serve as regent ...

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When Kalu Rinpoche was thirteen he received novice vows at Pelpung from the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886-1952), who gave him the name Karma Rangjung Kunkhyab ...

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... There he met with the Eleventh Situ, Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (si tu pad ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886-1952), and other leaders of the monastery ...

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... Some sources classify his main students as the following; the two Holders of Buddhadharma: the Eleventh Situ, Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (si tu 11 pad+ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886-1952) and Khyentse Chokyi Lodro, with whom he also exchanged teachings; the two Great Sons: the Dzogchen abbot, Yonten Gonpo (rdzogs chen mkhan chen yon tan mgon po, 1899-1959), and Khen Chime Yeshe (mkhan 'chi med ye shes, b ...

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In addition to those mentioned above, Kunga Pelden's students included the Eleventh Pelpung Situ, Pema Wangchok (ta'i sit u 11 pad+ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952); Khenchen Tsewang Rigdzin (mkhan chen tshe dbang rig 'dzin, 1883-1958); Sonam Gonpo (bsod nams mgon po), Jigme Lodro ('jigs med blo gros, 1879-1955); Norbu Tendzin (nor bub stan 'dzin, 1898-1950); Konchok Zangpo (dkon mchog bzang po, b ...

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... In addition to the letter, the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchuk Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang phyug rgyal po, 1886–1952) is said to have experienced visions regarding the rebirth ...

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... Tubten Gyeltsen Ozer (thub bstan rgyal mtshan 'od zer, b 1862), a student of Jamgon Kongtrul, gave the transmission of the Rinchen Terdzod (rin chen gter mdzod) to him and the Eleventh Tai Situ, Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 pad+ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886-1952) ...

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He studied at Dzogchen (rdzogs chen) under Khenpo Lhagang (mkhan po lha sgang, 1879–1955), and at Khamshe (khams bye), the monastic college of Dzongsar Monastery (rdzong sar), under Wonto Khyenrab Chokyi Wozer (mkhan po chos kyi 'od zer, 1889–1959) and Jamyang Khyentse Chokyi Lodro ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse chos kyi dbang po, 1893–1959), as well as with the Eleventh Tai Situ Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952). ...

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... Tsering Chodron, then nineteen, was selected through a process of divination, which was apparently performed by Pelpung Situ Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (dpal spungs si tu pad+ma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952).[5] Messengers were dispatched to her home and accompanied her back to Dzongsar (rdzong sar), Chokyi Lodro's seat ...

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... His speech impressed those present, especially Pelpung Situ Pema Wangchok Gyelpo (ta'i si tu 11 padma dbang mchog rgyal po, 1886–1952) and secured his reputation as a learned scholar ...

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