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... This text was written in two parts: the first five chapters, in 1494, by the disciple Nyukla Paṇchen Ngawang Drakpa (smyug la paN chen ngag dbang grags pa, 1458-1515), when the yogin was about thirty-six years old; and the last four chapters in 1537, by Lhatong Lotsāwa Shenyen Namgyel (lha mthong lo tsA ba shes gnyen rnam rgyal, born 1512), five years after the yogin’s death.
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... He studied with many other teachers of different Tibetan traditions, such as Kunga Drolchok (kun dga' grol mchog, 1507-c.1565), who taught him the instructions of Niguma, and Lhatong Lotsāwa Shenyen Namgyel (lha mthong lo tsA ba bshes gnyen rnam rgyal, b ...
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