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... Nevertheless he made sure that the other Sakya monks who were then studying with Khenpo Zhenga, including Dezhung Anjam Jamyang Kunga Tenpai Gyeltsen (sde gzhung a 'jam 'jam dbyangs kun dga' bstan pa'i rgyal mtshan, 1885–1952), Ga Lama Jamyang Gyeltsen (sga bla ma 'jam dbyangs rgyal mtshan, 1870–1940), and Lama Gendun Zangpo (bla ma dge 'dun bzang po, c ...

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... His paternal uncles included Ga Lama Jamyang Gyeltsen (sga bla ma 'jam dbyangs rgyal mtshan, 1870–1940), Lama Gendun Zangpo (bla ma dge 'dun bzang po, c ...

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... Either before sealing himself inside the cave, or while he was in residence there, Chokyi Wangchuk went to Gagu Hermitage (gwa gu), up the valley from Dzongsar, and received the Lamdre Lobshe transmission from Khenpo Jamyang Gyeltsen (mkhan po 'jam dbyangs rgyal mtshan, 1870-1940) ...

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... He had eight brothers, including Ga Lama Jamyang Gyeltsen (sga bla ma 'jam dbyangs rgyal mtshan, 1870-1940) and Kelzang Trinle (skal bzang phrin las), who was the father of the Bhutan Khenpo Ngawang Yonten Gyatso ('brug mkhan po ngag dbang yon tan rgya mtsho ...

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... Ngawang Lekpa introduced the child to another primary teacher, his distant cousin Ga Lama Jamyang Gyeltsen (sga bla ma 'jam dbyangs rgyal mtshan, 1870–1940), whom Dezhung first met when he came to cure an illness.[8] ...

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He also received teachings from Dezhung Lungrik Nyima (gde gzhung lung rigs nyi ma, 1840-1898), who came to Dzinda under the sponsorship of two illustrious members of the retreat community, Jamyang Gyeltsen ('jam dbyang rgyal mtshan, 1870/80-1940/50) and Gaton Ngawang Lekpa (sga ston ngag dbang legs pa, 1864–1941) ...

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