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His reincarnation was identified as Drime Zhinkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, 1724-1760), who was given the title of the First Drime Zhingkyong (dri med zhing skyong 01 dri med zhing skyong). ...

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... He was identified by the First Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo Pel Chokyi Dorje (dri med zhing skyong mgon po dpal chos kyi rdo rje, b.1724) as the reincarnation of a lama named Sanggye Tashi (sangs rgyas bkra shis, d.u.) who resided at Nyingon Monastery (nyin dgon) ...

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He later trained a number of disciples, including Yilhung Jamyang (yid lhung 'jam dbyangs), Chokyi Dorje (chos kyi rdo rje), and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, 1724-1760) ...

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He trained with many other Derge-based lamas, including Situ Paṇchen Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774); Tsultrim Rinchen (tshul khrims rin chen, 1697-1774), the main editor of the Derge Tengyur (sde dge bstan 'gyur); the Second Dzogchen Drubwang, Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin (rdzogs chen 02 'gyur med theg mchog bstan 'dzin, 1699-1758); and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724). ...

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He was a student, most likely at Katok, of the First Drime Zhingkyong, Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong 01 dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724). ...

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Among his large number of disciples, some prominent names include the Third Dzogchen Drubwang; the First Alak Gyelpo, Pelden Tashi (a lags rgyal po 01 dpal ldan bkra shis, 1688-1742) the leader of a large community of Ngakpas in Amdo; Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, 1724-1760); the thirty-fourth abbot of Ngor, Pelden Chokyong (ngor mkhan chen 34 dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1769); Shechen Paṇchen Gyurme Tutob Namgyel (zhe chen paN chen 'gyur med mthu stobs rnam rgyal, d.u.); the Second Shechen Rabjam, Gyurme Kunzang Namgyel (zhe chen rab 'byams 2 'gyur med kun bzang rnam rgyal, 1713-1769); Dorjedrak Kelzang Pema Wangchuk; Guru Tashi; the Sixth Chakra, Ngawang Tulku  (lcags ra 06 ngag dbang 'phrin las dpal bzang, 1730-1794); and Rigdzin Pawo Lerab Tsel (dpa' bo las rab rtsal, d.u.). ...

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... Tsondru Gyatso's chief disciples were Katok's two most highly-ranked incarnate lamas: the First Drime Zhingkyong, Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong 01 dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b ...

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She also received teachings from Derge-based lamas, including Situ Paṇchen Chokyi Jungne (si tu 08 chos kyi 'byung gnas, 1699/1700-1774); Tsultrim Rinchen (tshul khrims rin chen, 1697-1774), the main editor of the Derge Tengyur (sde dge bstan 'gyur); the Second Dzogchen Drubwang, Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin (rdzogs chen 02 'gyur med theg mchog bstan 'dzin, 1699-1758); and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724). ...

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... His main teachers are classified as "The Five Unequalled Lords of the Family" (rigs bdag mtshungs med lnga): his brother, Dzogchen Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin; the Fifth Dorje Drak Rigdzin, Kelzang Pema Wangchuk (rdo rje brag rig 'dzin 05 bskal bzang pad+ma dbang phyug, 1719/20-c.1770); Gyurme Kelzang Pelgye ('gyur med skal bzang 'phel rgyas, d.u.); and Gyurme Kelzang Tenpel ('gyur med skal bzang bstan 'phel, d.u.).  Additionally, he studied with the Thirty-fourth Ngor Khenchen, Pelden Chokyong (ngor mkhan chen 34 dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1760); the Third Khamtrul, Kunga Tendzin (khams sprul 03 kun dga' bstan 'dzin, 1680-1728); and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724) of Katok Monastery (kaH thog dgon). ...

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