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... While participating in the ceremonies Khenchen Dazer took the opportunity to give teachings on Mipam's famous commentary on the ninth chapter of the Bodhicaryāvatāra to the son and heir of Dudjom Rinpoche, Trinle Norbu (phrin las nor bu, 1931-2011) ...

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... The event was nearly over, but he stayed for several days receiving the final empowerments, during which time he made friends with Dudjom Rinpoche's son, Trinle Norbu ('phrin las nor bu). ...

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Tseten Yudron was born in 1904 to the  noble Rakashar (ra ka shar)  family from the Yarlung Valley.[1] According to her son, Thinley Norbu Rinpoche (phrin las nor bu rin po che, 1931–2011), she resisted her family's early attempts to marry her to an aristocrat, insisting that she would only partner with a lama who would help support her Buddhist practice.[2] Accordingly, in her teens or twenties, she became romantically involved with the renowned scholar Kyungtrul Pema Wangchen Tendzin Trinle (khyung sprul pad+ma dbang chen bstan ‘dzin ‘phrin las, 1870–1930) while he was staying in central Tibet

... 2007); second was Thinley Norbu Rinpoche ('phrin las nor bu, 1931–2011) a renowned siddha and teacher; third was Dola Tulku Jigme Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche (rdo la sprul sku 'jigs med chos kyi nyi ma, d ...

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Pema Tsewang studied with a long list of eminent Buddhist masters, including: Ngor Khenpo Ngawang Yonten Gyatso (rngor mkhan po ngag dbang yon tan rgya mtsho, d.u.), Tranggo Tokden (khra 'gu rtogs ldan, d.u.), Drubgyu Rinpoche (grub brgyud rin po che, d.u.), Katok Ngawang Trinle (ka thog ngag dbang 'phrin las, d.u.), Khenchen Tubten Kunga Gyeltsan (mkhan chen thub rten kun dga' rgyal mtshan, d.u.), Khunu Lama Tendzin Gyeltsen (khu nu bla ma bstan 'dzin rgyal mtshan, 1895-1977), Dilgo Khyentse Tashi Peljor (dil go mkhyen brtse bkra shis dpal 'byor, 1910-1991), Dudjom Jikdrel Yeshe Dorje (bdud 'joms 'jigs bral ye shes rdo rje, 1904-1988), Dungsa Trinle Norbu (gdung sras 'phrin las nor bu, d.u.) and others ...

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