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Norbu's rebellion was supported by the Tsang nobility, the Sakya hierarch and the Fourth Drukchen Padma Karpo ('brug chen 04 pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592) ...

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His rebirth, the great Pema Karpo (padma dkar po, 1527-1592), was recognized in neither the Gya nor the Ja family, but in a small family in Kongpo. ...

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... In their own texts guiding readers through the sacred geography of Tibet, the Fourth Drukchen, Pema Karpo (brug chen 04 padma dkar po, 1527-1592) and the Eight Drukchen Kunzik Chokyi Nangwa (brug chen 08 kun bzigs chos kyi snang ba, 1768-1822) cite a Guidebook of Mitra[yogin] for a description of a special herb to be found at Tsari that cures various diseases including leprosy, bestows blessings, and grants magical powers.[9] Another hagiographical account of Mitrayogin’s life entitled The Oceanic Tree; a Biography of Jinamitra (rgyal sras mi tra'i rnam thar rgya mtsho ljon shing)  was composed by Rinchen Gyeltsen (rin chen rgyal mtshan) the nephew of Sakya Paṇḍitā (sa skya paN Di ta, 1182-1251) ...

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Pema Karpo (padma dkar po, 1527-1592) offers a solution to the above problem in his Scholars' Feast, where he lists Niṣkalaṅka as a student of Abhayākaragupta, who himself was a student of Mahāvajrāsana.[21] Abhayākaragupta himself is credited with authoring over twenty texts included in the Tengyur, including a tantric Vajrāvali commented on by such later Tibetan scholars as Buton, Tsongkapa, and others.[22] ...

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... The Ninth Karmapa, Wangchuk Dorje (karmapa 09 dbang phyug rdo rje, 1556-1603) and the Fifth Zhamarpa, Konchok Yenlak (zhwa dmar pa 05 dkon mchog yan lag, 1526-1583) are both said to have praised Sherab Ozer, and the Fourth Drukchen, Padma Karpo ('brug chen 04 padma dkar po, 1527-1592), became a lineage-holder of the Sphere of Liberation ...

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... Modern Bhutan was just being founded at this time by the Tibetan lama Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel (P509 zhabs drung ngag dbang rnam rgyal, 1594-1651) of the Drukpa Kagyu tradition; he had fled there from Tsang in 1616 to avoid arrest by the Tsang King, who had opposed and rejected his claim of being the incarnation of the Fourth Drukchen, Padma Karpo (P825, 'brug chen pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592).  In exile, the Zhabdrung had been welcomed by the Drukpa Kagyu community in the western valleys of Thimpu (thim pu) and Punakha (spu na kha) and had assumed leadership mainly by popular acclaim ...

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Yonten Yeshe's chief disciple was the Fourth Drukchen, Pema Karpo ('brug chen 04 padma dkar po, 1527-1592), to whom he taught Kālacakra and he gave many Sarma and Nyingma empowerments and transmissions. ...

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He received instruction on sutra and tantra and on the teachings of the Fourth Drukchen, Pema Karpo ('brug chen 04 pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592) under Damcho Gyeltsen (dam chos rgyal mtshan, d.u.) and Khenchen Pekar Jungne ...

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... Drubtob Gyelwai Jangchub (grub thob rgyal ba'i byang chub, d.u.), a Drukpa Kagyu lama of Tromtar claimed that the child was also an incarnation of the Fourth Drukchen Pema Karpo ('brug chen 04 pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592), hence his title Adzom Drukpa ...

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... Jangchub Tsondru became his disciple and, together with other monks from the community from and Paro Dzong, he received teachings on the works of the great Drukpa Kagyu scholar, Pema Karpo (pad ma dkar po, 1527-1592), the Six Yogas of Nāropa, and other Drukpa teachings ...

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... His other main disciples included his son, Pema Chogyel; Drigung Rinchen Puntsok; Chogyel Tashi Tobgyel; the Fourth Drukchen, Pema Karpo ('brug chen 04 pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592); Japa Tripon Tsokye Dorje (bya pa khri dpon mtsho skyes rdo rje, d.u.); Wangchuk Rabten (dbang phyug rab brtan,1558-1638), who served as the eighteenth abbot of Zhalu; and the Second Yolmo Tulku, Namkha Gyajin (yol mo sprul sku 02 nam mkha' brgya sbyin, d.u.). ...

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... Early in his childhood he met the Fourth Drukchen, Pema Karpo ('brug chen 04 pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592) who urged his parents, unsuccessfully, to send the boy to a monastery. ...

Read more from the biography of Taktsang Repa Ngawang Gyatso