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Kalzang Dorjee Bhutia is originally from west Sikkim and completed his PhD in Buddhist Studies at Delhi University. He is currently a Robert H. N. Ho Research Fellow in Buddhist Studies and a Visiting Scholar at the University of California Los Angeles.

Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa is an associate professor in Religious Studies at Occidental College in Los Angeles, California.

Published May 2020

The author of this essay is a relative of the biographical subject. The author has fully disclosed this fact to the Treasury of Lives editorial staff, and that information was made known to the peer reviewer.

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Bhutia, Kalzang Dorjee and Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa.The Hidden Yogi in the Land of Rice: The Life of Sindrang Yab Gomchen in the Development of Modern Sikkimese Buddhism. Forthcoming.

Holmes-Tagchungdarpa, Amy. 2019. "Negotiating Order in the Land of the Dragon and the Hidden Valley of Rice: Local Motives and Regional Networks in the Transmission of New 'Tibetan' Buddhist Lineages in Bhutan and Sikkim." InBuddhist and Islamic Orders in Southern Asia, ed. R. Michael Feener and Anne M. Blackburn Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, pp. 185-208.

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