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... When he came of age, he began to study the traditional Buddhist texts of India and Tibet with the nineteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College (shrI sing+ha bshad drwa), Zhenpen Chokyi Nangwa (gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba, 1871-1927); and the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, his maternal uncle Pema Teckchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) ...

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He later enrolled at Śrī Siṃha College (shrI sing+ha bshad drwa) where he studied the sutras and tantras under a number of outstanding teachers including the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Tekchok Loden (padma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) and Khenchen Tubten Nyendrak (mkhan chen thub bstan snyan grags, 1883-1959) ...

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At Dzogchen Monastery, Garwang Lerab Lingpa's principal tutor was Khenpo Pema Chopel (mkhan po pad+ma chos dpal, d.u.), with whom he studied many subjects, including the traditional monastic curricular texts on Madhyamaka, Abhisamayālaṃkāra, Vinaya, and Abhidharmakośa. His additional teachers, from whom he received extensive commentarial teachings, empowerments, esoteric instructions, and oral transmissions, included the yogi Jadrel Kunga Pelden (bya bral kun dga' dpal ldan, b.1878); Abu Lhagyel Pema Tekchok Loden (a bu lha rgyal pad ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955), the twentieth abbot of Dzogchen; the Sixth Nyitul, Tubten Osel Tenpai Nyima (thub bstan 'od gsal bstan pa’i nyi ma, 1926-1964); Dzogchen Khenchen Jigme Yonten Gonpo (rdzogs chen mkhan chen 'jigs med yon tan mgon po, 1899-1959); and Lingtrul Tubten Trinle Gyatso (gling sprul thub bstan phrin las rgya mtsho, d.u.). ...

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He studied a great range of topics from the sutras and tantras, as well as general subjects under a number of distinguished teachers including the nineteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College (shrI sing+ha bshad drwa), Zhenpen Chokyi Nangwa (gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba, 1871-1927); the sixteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Adro'i Khenchen Sonam Chophel (a gro'i mkhan chen bsod nams chos phel, d.u.); and the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) ...

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... He also studied under many teachers that included his father, Adro Ngawang Norbu, and the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) ...

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... Khenchen Pema Tekchok Loden (mkhan chen pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) served as his main tutor for traditional studies of the monastic curriculum ...

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Among his prominent disciples were the Third Katok Situ; the Fourth Shechen Gyeltsab, Pema Namgyel (zhe chen rgyal tshab 04 pad+ma rnam rgyal, 1871-1926); Ngawang Pelzang of Katok Monastery (kaH thog mkhan po ngag dbang dpal bzang, 1879-1941); Jamyang Khyentse Chokyi Lodro ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse chos kyi blo gros, 1893-1959); the twenty-fifth Dzogchen abbot, Ngawang Norbu (ngag dbang nor bu, 1886-1958); Katok Khenchen Lekshe Jorden (kaH thog mkhan chen legs bshad 'byor ldan, d.u.); the twentieth Dzogchen abbot, Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955); the abbot of Dzagyu Gemang Shedra, Dongak Tenpai Nyima (mdo sngags bstan pa'i nyi ma, c.1898-1959); the Fourth Mura Tulku, Pema Norbu (mu ra sprul sku 04 pad+ma nor bu, 1918-1958), and Khunu Lama Tendzin Gyeltsen (khu nu bla ma bstan 'dzin rgyal mtshan, 1894-1977) ...

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He also received teachings on a great variety of topics from many other distinguished lamas including his elder brother, Adroi Khenchen; the Third Mura Tulku, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra sprul sku 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); Khenpo Kunga Pelden (mkhan po kun dga' dpal ldan, 1862-1943); Minyak Khenpo Apel (mi nyag mkhan po a dpal, d.u.); the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955); and Yilung Jalupa Sonam Namgyel (yid lhung 'ja' lus pa bsod nams rnam rgyal, 1881-1954), who was said to have accomplished rainbow-body. ...

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Some of his prominent disciples included the Jonang master Tubten Gelek Gyatso (thub bstan dge legs rgya mtsho, 1844-1904); Minyak Khenpo Apel (mi nyag mkhan po a dpal, 19th century); Yeshe Gyeltsen (ye shes rgyal mtshan, 19th century), the female practitioner Adro Khenchen Socho (a gro'i mkhan chen bsod chod); the fourteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Tsering Norbu (tshe ring nor bu, d.u.); the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955); and the Third Gurong, Orgyen Jikdrel Choying Dorje (dgu rong 03 o rgyan 'jigs bral chos dbyings rdo rje, 1875-1932). ...

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... At the age of twenty-two he enrolled at Śrī Siṃha College (shrI sing+ha bshad drwa) where he studied sutra, tantra, and general subjects under a number of outstanding teachers including the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Tekchok Loden (padma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) and Khenchen Tubten Nyendrak (mkhan chen thub bstan snyan grags, 1883-1959) ...

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... He received instructions on Dzogchen along with their related empowerments and transmissions from the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) and the twenty-seventh abbot, Jigme Yonten Gonpo ('jigs med yon tan mgon po, 1899-1959). ...

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... It was from Khenpo Lhagang Pema Tekchok Loden (mkhan po lha sgang pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955) that he received the vows of a fully ordained monk (bhikṣu). ...

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... 1888) and Khenchen Loden (mkhan chen blo ldan, 1879-1955); the two Polymath-scholars: Khenchen Pema Tsewang (mkhan chen pad+ma tshe dbang/a paN tshe dbang, 1902-1959) and the second abbot of Khamshe college, Wonto Khenrab (dbon stod mkhyen rab, 1889-c.1960); the two Powerful Tantrikas: Apaṇ Chopel (a paN chos dpal, c ...

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