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... He focused on the works of Rongzom, Longchenpa, Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717), Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1730-1798), and Mipam ...

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... At Mindroling Monastery ( smin grol gling) the eighth abbot of the monastery, Ngawang Khyentse Norbu (ngag dbang mkhyen brtse'i nor bu, 1904-1968), taught him Lochen Dharmaśrī's (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-17171) Wish-fulfilling Grains, his commentary on Ngari Paṇchen Pema Wanggyel's (mnga' ris paN chen pad+ma dbang rgyal, 1457-1542) Ascertaining the Three Vows. ...

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... Among his disciples were Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717) and Tendzin Lhundrub (bstan 'dzin lhun grub, d ...

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He studied several treatises with Detso Khenpo Sonam Pelden (sde tso mkhan po bsod nams dpal ldan) of Dartang Monastery (dar thang dgon), including the Bodhicaryāvatāra, texts on Madhyamaka, the five treatises of Maitreyanātha, the Vinaya, Lochen Dharmashri's (lo chen d+harma shrI) Wish-Fulfilling Grain (dpag snye) commentary on the three sets of vows, and commentaries on Jigme Lingpa's ('jigs med gling pa, 1730–1798) Treasury of Qualities (yon tan mdzod) ...

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... Minling Lochen Dharmaśrī (smin gling lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717), Terdak Lingpa's son Gyurme Gyatso, Dorje Drak Rigdzin Pema Trinle (P657rdo rje brag rig 'dzin padma 'phrin las, 1640-1718) and other Nyingma leaders were put to death on the banks of the Kyichu River (skyid chu).[12] ...

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... Terdak Lingpa and his brother, the monk Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717/18), who had been instrumental in the establishment of Mindroling, were descendants of the Nyo (gnyos) clan. ...

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... As a youth, he received his monastic training at Mindroling Monastery (o rgyan smin grol gling), receiving teachings and initiations from Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen nga+ha rma shrI, 1654-1718), one of the founders of Mindroling. ...

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... He received the transmissions for all the major collections, such as the Kangyur and Tengyur, the Nyingma Kama, the Treasury of Revelations (rin chen gter mdzod), and Treasury of Instructions (gdams ngag mdzod), as well as the collected writings of individual masters including Longchen Rabjam, Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1730–1798), Rongzom Chokyi Zangpo (P3816 rong zom chos kyi bzang po, mid 11th cent.–early 12th cent.), Minling Terchen Gyurme Dorje (smin gling gter chen 'gyur med rdo rje, 1646–1714), Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654–1718), the Fifth Dalai Lama Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso (tA la'i bla ma 05 ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617–1682 ), Tāranātha (tA ra nA tha, 1575–1634), Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse'i dbang po, 1820–1892), Jamgon Kongtrul ('jam mgon kong sprul 1813–1899), Dza Patrul Rinpoche (rdza dpal sprul 1808–1887) and Ju Mipam Gyatso ('ju mi pham rgya mtsho, 1846–1912) ...

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... After briefly serving as a civil official (khrims kyi kha lo pa) in the Dujung valley ('dus byung) near his family estate, he and his uncle Dradul (dgra 'dul) traveled to Mindroling Monastery (smin grol gling) to study under Terdak Lingpa (gter bdag gling pa, 1646–1714) and Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654–1717) ...

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