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... Among the Ngor abbots from whom Lodro Gyatso received teachings were Pelden Chokyong (dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1760), the thirty-fourth abbot of Ngor; Jampa Namkha Samdrub (byams pa nam mkha' bsam grub, 1696-1754), the thirty-third abbot of Ngor; and Sharchen Mingyur Gyeltsen (shar chen mi 'gyur rgyal mtshan, b.1717), the thirty-seventh abbot of Ngor. ...

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He continued to study, particularly studied the Lobshe (slob bshad) transmissions of Lamdre (lam bras) teaching, with a multitude of masters, including the Thirtieth Ngor Khenchen, Jampa Sonam Pelzang (ngor mkhan chen 30 byams pa bsod nams dpal bzang, 1689-1749); the Thirty-eighth Ngor Khenchen, Sanggye Yeshe (ngor mkhan chen 38 sangs rgyas ye shes); and the Thirty-fourth Ngor Khenchen, Pelden Chokyong (ngor mkhan chen 34 dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1760). ...

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Among his large number of disciples, some prominent names include the Third Dzogchen Drubwang; the First Alak Gyelpo, Pelden Tashi (a lags rgyal po 01 dpal ldan bkra shis, 1688-1742) the leader of a large community of Ngakpas in Amdo; Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, 1724-1760); the thirty-fourth abbot of Ngor, Pelden Chokyong (ngor mkhan chen 34 dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1769); Shechen Paṇchen Gyurme Tutob Namgyel (zhe chen paN chen 'gyur med mthu stobs rnam rgyal, d.u.); the Second Shechen Rabjam, Gyurme Kunzang Namgyel (zhe chen rab 'byams 2 'gyur med kun bzang rnam rgyal, 1713-1769); Dorjedrak Kelzang Pema Wangchuk; Guru Tashi; the Sixth Chakra, Ngawang Tulku  (lcags ra 06 ngag dbang 'phrin las dpal bzang, 1730-1794); and Rigdzin Pawo Lerab Tsel (dpa' bo las rab rtsal, d.u.). ...

Read more from the biography of Pema Tekchok Tenpai Gyeltsen


... There he received instructions from the Seventh Dalai Lama, Kelzang Gyatso (tA la'i ma ma 07 bskal bzang rgya mtsho, 1708-1757), the Thirtieth Sakya Tridzin, Sonam Rinchen (sa skya khro 'dzin 30 bsod nams rin chen, 1705-1741), and Pelden Chokyong (dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1760), the thirty-fourth abbot of Ngor ...

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... Among the Ngor abbots from whom Yangchen Dolma received teachings were Pelden Chokyong (dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1760), the thirty-fourth abbot of Ngor; Jampa Namkha Samdrub (byams pa nam mkha' bsam grub, 1696-1754), the thirty-third abbot of Ngor; and Sharchen Mingyur Gyeltsen (shar chen mi 'gyur rgyal mtshan, b.1717), the  thirty-seventh abbot of Ngor. ...

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... His main teachers are classified as "The Five Unequalled Lords of the Family" (rigs bdag mtshungs med lnga): his brother, Dzogchen Gyurme Tekchok Tendzin; the Fifth Dorje Drak Rigdzin, Kelzang Pema Wangchuk (rdo rje brag rig 'dzin 05 bskal bzang pad+ma dbang phyug, 1719/20-c.1770); Gyurme Kelzang Pelgye ('gyur med skal bzang 'phel rgyas, d.u.); and Gyurme Kelzang Tenpel ('gyur med skal bzang bstan 'phel, d.u.).  Additionally, he studied with the Thirty-fourth Ngor Khenchen, Pelden Chokyong (ngor mkhan chen 34 dpal ldan chos skyong, 1702-1760); the Third Khamtrul, Kunga Tendzin (khams sprul 03 kun dga' bstan 'dzin, 1680-1728); and Drime Zhingkyong Gonpo (dri med zhing skyong mgon po, b.1724) of Katok Monastery (kaH thog dgon). ...

Read more from the biography of Gyurme Kunzang Namgyel