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Then they proceeded to the Sakya monastery of Serdokchen (gser mdog can), the monastic seat of Paṇchen Śākya Chokden (paN chen shAkya mchog ldan, 1428-1507), where they began the serious study of epistemology and other scholastic subjects under the guidance of Shākya Chokden's disciple and successor, Donyo Drubpa, known by the Sanskrit version of his name, Amoghasiddhi (a mo g+ha sidd+hi, don yod grub pa, d.u.) ...
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... Subsequently, he received the vows of bhikṣu from abbot Sonam Gyeltsen (bsod nams rgyal mtshan, d.u), Ācārya Shakya Gyeltsen (shA kyA rgyal mtshan, d.u.), Lodro Zangpo, and Serdok Paṇchen Donyo Drubpa (gser mdog paN chen don yod grub pa, d.u.) with forty other monks having presumably received vows of novice monk at Samdrubling ...
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