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Apart from Drakri Dorjechang, in his youth Pabongkha also studied with Gomang Khenchen Khyenrab Tenpa Chopel (sgo mang mkhan chen mkhyen rab bstan pa chos 'phel, 1840-1907/1908), Trehor Khangsar Lobzang Tsultrim Tenpa Gyeltsen (tre'u hor khang gsar blo bzang tshul khrims bstan pa rgyal mtshan, 1838/1848-1897), Denma Riku Rinpoche (ldan ma ri sku rin po che, d.u.) and Rongta Chungtsang Lobzang Damcho Gyatso (rong tha chung tshang blo bzang dam chos rgya mtsho, 1865-1917) from whom he received, for example, the oral transmissions of the collected works of many Tibetan teachers, instructions on the measurement and construction of various mandalas, and thorough instruction on the different types of astrology, divination, grammar, spelling, poetry and metrics. ...

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... His eldest brother was Rala Rinpoche (rwa la /ra la sprul sku) of Dzakhok (rdza khog), while the second brother had been a candidate for the reincarnation of the Eleventh Dalai Lama, Khedrub Gyatso (ta la'i bla ma 11 rgyal ba mkhas grub rgya mtsho, 1838–1855), and, on not being selected, was given the title of First Khangsar Kyabgon, Lobzang Tsultrim (khang gsar skyabs mgon 01 slob bzang tshul khrims, 1838/1848–1897) of Kandze Monastery (dkar mdzes dgon).[2] Yangchen Drolma's son, Lobzang Gyatso (blo bzang rgya mtsho) appears to have been recognized as the reincarnation of his uncle, the First Khangsar Kyabgon.[3] ...

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