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... In addition to Samye, the places he visited were Samye and Tangpoche (thang po che), founded by Khuton Tsondru Yungdrung (khu ston brtson 'grus g.yung drung, 1011-1075), the disciple of the Eastern Vinaya monk Lume (klus mes) ...

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After receiving a tantric transmission from his uncle, Zhangton Chowar (zhang ston chos bar, 1053-1135), while serving as abbot of Gonpa Ripuk (dgon pa ri phug), he became instrumental in convincing other Eastern Vinaya monks to adopt tantric practices, to the consternation of several of his colleagues and disciples, including Kuton Tsundru Yungdrung (khu ston brtson 'grus g.yung drung, 1011-1075), the abbot of Solnak Tangboche (sol nag thang bo che) and a disciple of Lume Sherab Tsultrim. ...

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In addition to training with his uncle, who was the second abbot of Ralung Monastery (rwa lung), and who ordained him at the age of eight, Zhonnu Sengge also studied with Kuton Tsondru Yungdrung (khu ston brtson 'grus g.yung drung, 1011‑1075), a student of Atiśa Dīpaṃkara (982-1054), and Wonpo Jungne Gyeltsen (dbon po 'byung gnas rgyal mtshan, d.u.), a student of Marpa Chokyi Lodro (mar pa chos kyi blo 'gros) ...

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