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His appointment to the Kashag seems to have been made by Regent Taktra Dorjechang Ngawang Sungrab Tutob (stag brag rdo rje 'chang ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952) primarily because he saw the Surkhang family as a source of support and potential ally in his consolidation of political power ...

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... In Lhasa he received teachings from the Ninth Paṇchen Lama, Lobzang Tubten Chokyi Nyima (blo bzang thub bstan chos kyi nyi ma, 1883-1937) and the Third Takdrak (stag brag 03 ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952), who was later regent of Tibet ...

Read more from the biography of Kelzang Tubten Wangchuk


... This was a goodwill delegation sent by the Tibetan government to extend its congratulations, on behalf of Regent Taktra Dorjechang Ngawang Sungrab Tutob (stag brag rdo rje 'chang ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952), to the British and Chinese governments on their World War II victory ...

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... When Reting was accused of plotting against Regent Taktra Dorjechang Ngawang Sungrab Tutob (stag brag rdo rje 'chang ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952) and arrested and jailed, the Tibetan government became suspicious of those it perceived as being supporters of Reting ...

Read more from the biography of Lo Gendun Sadutshang


In the 1940s the political climate in Lhasa was highly unstable, and just as Gendun Chopel returned, in 1946, a violent confrontation erupted between two regents, the Fifth Reting, Tubten Jampel Yeshe Tenpai Gyeltsen (rwa sgreng 05 thub bstan 'jam dpal ye shes bstan pa'i rgyal mtshan, 1912-1947) and the Third Taktrak, Ngawang Sungrab Tutob (stag brag 03 ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952) ...

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... A man with the title of Sharpa Tulku (shar pa sprul sku, d.u.) requested Jampel Tenpai Ngodrub to give teachings at this time, which he did, giving initiations and instructions from his own pure vision cycles to a group of seven people including Trijang Lobzang Yeshe Tendzin Gyatso and Takdrak Dorje Chang Ngawang Sungrab Tutob (stag brag rdo rje 'chang ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952) ...

Read more from the biography of Pema Vajra Jampel Tenpai Ngodrub


... Some of his other masters include Buldu Rinpoche ('bul sdud rin po che, d.u.); Ganden Serkong Dorjechang (dga' ldan gser kong rdo rje 'chang, 1856-c.1918); and Takdrak Dorjechang Ngawang Sungrab Tutob (stag brag rdo rje 'chang ngag dbang gsung rab mthu stobs, 1874-1952), the Second Taktra and the former regent of Tibet. ...

Read more from the biography of Jampa Taye