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... It appears that the most significant place she visited during her pilgrimage was Tseringjong (tshe ring ljongs), the seat of Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1730–1798), where she expressed a desire to ordain and remain for the foreseeable future but was not permitted. Her family had several close familial and religious connections to Tseringjong: her great-grandfather, Do Khyentse, was the body emanation of Jigme Lingpa and frequented the monastery; her grandfather, Rigpai Reltri had reincarnate history with the site, as he was a reincarnation of the Fourth Drigung Chungtsang Tenzin Chokyi Gyeltsen ('bri gung chung tshang 04 bstan 'dzin chos kyi rgyal mtshan, 1793–1826), who was the son of Jigme Lingpa; and the reliquaries of Do Khyentse Yeshe Dorje and Do Rinpoche Gyepa Dorje were both installed there. ...
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... These include: the fourth throne holder, Chen Ngawa Chokyi Drakpa (spyan snga ba chos kyi grags pa, 1175-1255); the seventeenth throne holder, Rinchen Puntsok (rin chen phun tshogs chos kyi rgyal po, 1509-1557); the twenty-fourth throne holder, who helpd the title of the First Drigung Chungtsang, Chokyi Drakpa ('bri gung chung tshang 01 chos kyi grags pa, 1595-1659/60); the twenty-sixth throne holder, who was also the Second Drigung Chungtsang, Dondrub Chogyel ('bri gung chung tshang 02 don grub chos gyal, 1704-1754); the twenty-eighth throne holder and Third Drigung Chungtsang, Konchok Chokyi Nyima ('bri gung chung tshang 03 chos kyi nyi ma, 1755-1792); and the thirtieth throne holder and Fourth Drigung Chungtsang Tenzin Chokyi Gyeltsen ('bri gung chung tshang 04 bstan 'dzin chos kyi rgyal mtshan, 1793-1826).3 ...
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