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He served as the head lama (dbo bla) of the first two successive kings of Bhutan: Orgyen Wangchuk (o rgyan dbang phyug, 1862-1926) and Jigme Dorje Wangchuk ('jigs med rdo rje dbang phyug, 1905-1952), and root lama (spyi bla) to both the ladies – azhi (a zhi), and gentlemen – dasho (drags shos), of Lam Pelri (blam dpal ri) and Wangdicholing (dbang 'dus chos gling) royal collateral houses, as well as to Royal Chamberlain Honchung (gzhung mgronhon chung), Dasho Zhongarpa (drags shos gzhong dkar pa), and others. ...

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... His impressive visual arts legacy remains intact at numerous sites, including the palaces of the first king, Orgyen Wangchuck (o rgyan dbang phyug, 1862-1926, r.1907-1926) as well as monasteries and temples throughout Mangde and Bumthang (bum thang). ...

Read more from the biography of Lama Monlam Rabzang

... Druk Gyelpo Orgyen Wangchuk ('brug rgyal po o rgyan dbang phyug,1862-1926), who was then the Trongsa Penlob (krong gsar dpon slob) and who later became the first hereditary king of Bhutan in 1907, gave him a letter of support ...

Read more from the biography of Ngawang Tenzin Gyatso