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... He is also recorded as having received teachings from Pema Zopa (pad+ma bzod pa), Ga Lama Tashi Gyatso (sga bla ma bkra shis rgya mtsho), Dzongsar Ngari Lama Kunga Jamyang (rdzong sar mnga' ris bla ma kun dga' 'jam dbyangs), Khenpo Kunzang Sonam (mkhan po kun bzang bsod nams), Lama Tashi Ozer (bla ma bkra shis 'od zer, 1836-1910) and Chokgyur Dechen Lingpa (mchog gyur bde chen gling pa, 1829-1870). ...

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In his hagiography of Kalu Rinpoche, Lodro Donyo (blo gros don yod), the abbot of Kalu Rinpoche's seat in India, Samdrub Dargye Ling (bsam grub dar rgyas chos gling), describes the child as having been gentle and compassionate, with faith in the dharma and in the teachers.[10] He adds that Kalu Rinpoche received tonsure from one of Jamgon Kongtrul's closest disciples, Khenchen Tashi Wozer (mkhan chen bkra shis 'od zer, 1836-1910), at the age of three ...

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Other teachers included Khenchen Tashi Ozer (mkhan chen bkra shis 'od zer, 1836-1910), Dzaka Chktrul Kunzang Namgyel (dzaH ka mchog sprul 02 kun bzang rnam rgyal, d.u.), the Fourth Dzogchen, Mingyur Namkhai Dorje (rdzogs chen 04 mi 'gyur nam mkha'i rdo rje, 1793-1870), Do Ngak Tendzin (mdo sngags bstan 'dzin, 1830-1892), and Minling Jetsunma Trinle Chodron (smin gling rje btsun ma 'phrin las chos sgron, d.u.) who later gave him detailed commentary and training in Chod. ...

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