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It is said he studied with over thirty teachers including Tendzin Chogyel (bstan 'dzin chos rgyal, d.u.); the Fifth Minling Trichen, Gyurme Trinle Namgyel (smin gling khri chen 05 'gyur med phrin las rnam rgyal, 1765-1812); the Fourth Dorjedrak Rigdzin, Gyurme Lhundrub Dorje (rdo rje brag rig 'dzin 04 'gur med lhun grub rdo rje, d.u.); the Getse Panchen of Katok, Gyurme Chokdrub (dge rtse paN chen 'gyur med mchog grub, 1761-1829); the renowned treasure-revealer Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1729/30-1798); the First Dodrubchen, Jigme Trinle Ozer (rdo grub chen 01 'jigs med 'phrin las 'od zer, 1745-1821); and Rigdzin Jigme Gocha (rig 'dzin 'jigs med go cha, b.1763).  Under these teachers, the Third Shechen Rabjam studied a wide variety of subjects and received many teachings, empowerments, and transmissions ...

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... The Fifth Minling Trichen, Gyurme Trinle Namgyel (smin gling khri chen 05 'gyur med 'phrin las rnam rgyal, 1765-1812) was consulted, and the site where it currently stands was chosen, and it was renamed Sangchen Tashi Chenmo (sang chen bkra shis chen mo). ...

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Traveling to the Lhasa area, Namkha Jigme studied with Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1730-1798), Minling Trichen Trinle Namgyel (smin gling phrin las rnam rgyal, 1765-1812) and Wolga Nangdze Dorje ('ol dga' snang mdzad rdo rje, d.u.). ...

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