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... At Sangpu Neutok (gsang phu ne'u thog) he studied with the abbot Chawa Chokyi Sengge (phywa pa chos kyi seng ge, 1109-1169) and Patsab Lotsāwa Nyima Drakpa (pa tshab lo tsA ba nyi ma grags pa), who taught him Madhyamaka. ...

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The first destination was the school of philosophy and logic Sangpu Neutok (gsang phu sne'u thog) with its famous teachers Tsangnakpa Tsondru Sengge (gtsang nag pa brtson 'grus seng+ge, d.u.) and Chapa Chokyi Sengge (phywa pa chos kyi seng+ge, 1109-1169) ...

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He studied dialectics with Chapa Chokyi Sengge (phya pa chos kyi seng ge, 1109-1169) at Sangpu Monastery  (gsang phu) and came to be known as one of the "Eight Great Lions" (seng chen brgyad), the eight closest disciples of Chapa Chokyi Sengge. ...

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... At seventeen he went to the Kadampa monastery Sangpu Neutog (gsang phu ne'u thog) to study Madhyamaka philosophy and epistemology with the great master Chapa Chokyi Sengge  (phya pa chos kyi seng ge, 1109-1169) ...

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... He spent a long period of time studying with Chapa Chokyi Sengge (phya pa chos kyi seng+ge, 1109-1169) at the most prestigious center for philosophical study in Tibet of the times, Sangpu Neutok (gsang phu ne'u thog) ...

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... At first he studied scholastic logic and Madhyamaka philosophy with Chapa Chokyi Sengge (phywa pa chos kyi seng+ge, 1109-1169), the sixth abbot of the Kadam monastery of Sangpu Neutok (gsang phu ne'u thog) ...

Read more from the biography of Yelpa Yeshe Tsek


... He went at age seventeen for a brief stay in Tsang province, and when he returned two well-known disciples of the Kadampa philosopher Chapa Chokyi Sengge (phya pa chos kyi seng ge, d.u.) were there for the funeral of their teacher ...

Read more from the biography of Layakpa Jangchub Ngodrub