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... Among his disciples were Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717) and Tendzin Lhundrub (bstan 'dzin lhun grub, d ...

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... As a youth, he received his monastic training at Mindroling Monastery (o rgyan smin grol gling), receiving teachings and initiations from Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen nga+ha rma shrI, 1654-1718), one of the founders of Mindroling. ...

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... Minling Lochen Dharmaśrī (smin gling lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717), Terdak Lingpa's son Gyurme Gyatso, Dorje Drak Rigdzin Pema Trinle (P657rdo rje brag rig 'dzin padma 'phrin las, 1640-1718) and other Nyingma leaders were put to death on the banks of the Kyichu River (skyid chu).[12] ...

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... Terdak Lingpa and his brother, the monk Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717/18), who had been instrumental in the establishment of Mindroling, were descendants of the Nyo (gnyos) clan. ...

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... He focused on the works of Rongzom, Longchenpa, Lochen Dharmaśrī (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-1717), Jigme Lingpa ('jigs med gling pa, 1730-1798), and Mipam ...

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... At Mindroling Monastery ( smin grol gling) the eighth abbot of the monastery, Ngawang Khyentse Norbu (ngag dbang mkhyen brtse'i nor bu, 1904-1968), taught him Lochen Dharmaśrī's (lo chen d+harma shrI, 1654-17171) Wish-fulfilling Grains, his commentary on Ngari Paṇchen Pema Wanggyel's (mnga' ris paN chen pad+ma dbang rgyal, 1457-1542) Ascertaining the Three Vows. ...

Read more from the biography of Khenchen Dazer