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Read more from the biography of Jikdrel Jangchub Dorje
... During breaks between his meditation sessions he continued to teach, producing a number of prominent students including Dilgo Khyentse Tashi Peljor (dil mgo mkhyen brtse bkra shis dpal 'byor, 1910-1991); Kunzang Pelden (kun bzang dpal ldan, 1862-1943), who was known for his extensive commentary on the Bodhicaryāvatāra; Lakla Sonam Chokdrub (glag bla bsod nams chos 'grub, 1862-1944); the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); Dongak Tenpai Nyima (mdo sngags bstan pa'i nyi ma, c.1898-1959); Tsewang Rigdzin (tshe dbang rig 'dzin, 1883-1958); Sonam Chopel (sod nams chos 'phel, d.u.); the seventeenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Khenpo Munsel (mkhan po mun sel, 1916-1993); Jigme Lodro ('jigs med blo gros, 1879-1955); the twenty-fifth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Ngawang Norbu (ngag dbang nor bu, 1886-1958); and Gegyel Khenpo Tubten Namgyel (dge rgyal mkhan po thub bstan rnam rgyal, d.u.). ...
Read more from the biography of Konchok Drakpa
... It is stated that a short time before his departure he gave his disciple, Gegyal Khenpo Tubten Namgyel (dge rgyal mkhan po thub bstan rnam rgyal, b.1922?), a photo of his own teacher, Zhenpen Chokyi Nangwa, and said, “It is possible that in the near future you may be alone here; at this time you must work hard to help the monastery.” According to his hagiography, this comment was referring to his premonition of the upcoming Communist take over of Tibet ...
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