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... He trained dozens of Buddhist scholars in Amdo, including Sherab Gyatso (shes rab rgya mtsho, 1803-1875); Jamyang Tubten Nyima, later the thirtieth throne holder of Labrang ('jam dbyangs thub bstan nyi ma, 1779-1862); Konchok Norbu, later the thirty-fifth throne holder of Labrang (dkon mchog nor bu, 1770-1839), Konchok Tenpai Rabgye, later the forty-ninth throne holder of Labrang (dkon mchog bstan pa rab rgyas, 1801-1866); Ngawang Tubten Gyatso, later the fifty-first throne holder of Labrang (ngag dbang thub bstan rgya mtsho, 1836-1877/1889), and many others. ...
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