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... According to Go Lotsāwa, it went from Gelongma Pelmo to the Indian Paṇḍita Jñānabhadra and further to the Nepalese scholar Balpo Peñaba. Zaya Paṇḍita (dza ya paN+Di ta blo bzang 'phrin las, 1642–1715) adds in Paṇḍita Candrakumāra (zla ba gzhon nu) before Jñanabhadra. The commentarial tradition of Avalokiteśvara called the Cycle of Mahākaruṇikā, the Great Compassionate One, was transmitted to Srībhādra, Rinchen Zangpo and Atiśa Dīpaṃkaraśrījñāna. ...
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Trichen Jinpa Gyatso trained a large number of important lamas, including Jamyang Zhepai Dorje ('jam dbyangs bzhad pa'i rdo rje, 1648-1722), the founder and first throne holder of Labrang Tashikhyil in Amdo; Gelek Gyatso (sgrub khang pa dge legs rgya mtsho, 1641-1713) who was fifty-second in the Lamrim lineage; Dzaya Paṇḍita Lobzang Trinle (dza ya paNDi ta blo bzang 'phrin las 1642-1708); and Pabongkhapa Jamyang Drakpa (pha bong kha pa 'jam dbyangs grags pa, d.u.), to name only a few. ...
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