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... Other teachers included the Seventeenth Ngor Khenchen, Drangti Namkha Sanggye (ngor mkhan chen 17 brang ti nam mkha' sangs rgyas, d.u.), and the Eighteenth Ngor Khenchen, Sherab Jungne (ngor mkhan chen 18 shes rab 'byung gnas, 1596-1653). ...

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... Soon after he was brought to Ngor Monastery, Pel Evaṁ Choden (ngor dpal e waM chos ldan), where he received lay vows, and later full monastic ordination,   from the Seventeenth Ngor Khenchen, Drangti Namkha Sanggye (ngor mkhan chen 17 brang ti nam mkha' sangs rgyas, d.u.), who gave him the name Namkha Pelzang. ...

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At the of thirteen he was given the novice monastic vows by the Seventeenth Ngor Khenchen, Namkha Sanggye (ngor mkhan chen 17 nam mkha' sangs rgyas, d.u) ...

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... At that time, Sanggye Lhundrub bestowed on him the name by which he is known, Sanggye Puntsok, by combining the name elements of two of his own teachers, Drangti Khenchen Namkha Sanggye (brang ti mkhan chen nam mkha' sangs rgyas, 17th century), who was the seventeenth abbot of Ngor, and Chakton Trinle Puntsok (phyag ston phrin las phun tshogs, 17th century). ...

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