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... 1464-1487) gave the first black hat to the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506) ...

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... His father was named Tsoje Pema Karpo ('tsho byed padma dkar po), who served as personal physician for the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506). ...

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... The Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506) recognized him as the reincarnation of the Second Tai Situ, Tashi Namgyel (si tu 02 bkra shis rnam rgyal, 1450-1497) ...

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... He also developed a close connection with an influential Kagyu hierarch, the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506) ...

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... Other teachers of Drukpa Kunle include the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506), from whom he received the transmission of the Profound Inner Meaning (zab mo nang don), composed by the Third Karmapa Rangjung Dorje (karma pa 03 rang 'byung rdo rje, 1284-1339). ...

Read more from the biography of Drukpa Kunle


... He later became a disciple of the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1453-1506). ...

Read more from the biography of Chowang Lhundrub


... He taught many students, including the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho 1454–1506) ...

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... The Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506) conferred upon him the title Light of Dharma, or Tenpai Dronme (bstan pa'i sgron me), encouraging the people to go to him if they wanted to master Tibetan studies ...

Read more from the biography of Chokyong Zangpo


Sanggye Rinchen had many illustrious teachers including the very young Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506); the Second Ngor Khenchen, Konchok Gyeltsen (dkon mchog rgyal mtshan, 1388-1469); Sherab Zangpo (shes rab bzang po, 1411-1475); Sanggye Pel (sangs rgyas 'phel, 1412-1485); the Fourth Ngor Khenchen, Kunga Wangchuk (kun dga' dbang phyug, 1424-1478);  the Sixth Ngor Khenchen, Gorampa Sonam Sengge (go rams pa bsdo nams seng ge, 1429-1489), and the Seventh Ngor Khenchen, Konchok Pelwa (dkon mchog 'phel ba, 1445-1514), who enthroned him at Ngor in 1501. ...

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Among his peers and disciples were Drukpa Kunle ('brug pa kun legs, 1455-1529), the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506), the First Yolmo Tulku Shakya Zangpo (yol mo sprul sku 01 shAkya bzang po, d.u.), and his own two sons, and Drakpa Gyeltsen (grags pa rgyal mtshan, d.u.), and Dawa Gyeltsen (zla ba rgyal mtshan, 1499-1587). ...

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... He received Kagyu teachings from the Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (karma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506), Chen Nga Chokyi Drakpa (spyan mnga' chos kyi grags pa, d.u.), and Chennga Ngawang Drakpa (spyan snga ngag dbang grags pa, d.u.) ...

Read more from the biography of Orgyen Dzongpa Chokyong Gyeltsen


... The Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (kar+ma pa 07 chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506), gave him the title “Kanting Gushri” (kan ting gu shri'i), evidently derived from a Chinese title ...

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