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At the age of ten, he was admitted to Nartang (snar thang) Monastery where he was ordained by Khenchen Drubpa Sherab (mkhan chen grub pa shes rab, 1357-1423) and given the name Sherab Sengge ...

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... Other prominent teachers included Marton Gyeltsen Ozer (dmar ston rgyal mtshan 'od zer, d.u.), the fourteenth Nartang Khenchen Drupa Sherab (snar thang mkhan chen 14 grub pa shes rab, 1357-1423),  the Second Zhamar, Khachod Wangpo (zhwa dmar 02 mkha' spyod dbang po, 1350-1405), Dzepa Pelden Zangpo (mdzes pa dpal ldan bzang po, d.u.), Sanggye Rinchen (sangs rgyas rin chen, 1339-1424), and Ngok Jangchub Pel (rngog byang chub dpal, 1360-1446). ...

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... He also took teachings and empowerments—including Lamdre, Vajrapañjara, Kālacakra, Hevajra, Medicine Buddha, Mahākāla, the yogas of Niguma, etc.—from the most important lamas in these monasteries: the erudite Bodong Chokle Namgyel (bo dong phyogs las rnam rgyal, 1376-1451), the translator Kyabchok Pelzang (lo tsA ba skyabs mchog dpal bzang, fourteenth to fifteenth century), the great Sakya lama Ngorchen Kunga Zangpo (ngor chen kun dga' bzang po, 1382-1456), the Nartang abbot Drubpa Sherab (grub pa shes rab, 1357-1423), and the Shangpa Kagyu master Lodro Pelzang (blo gros dpal zang, fourteenth to fifteenth century), the nephew of Jakchen Jampa Pel ('jag chen byams pa dpal, 1310-1391) ...

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... When he entered the monastery he was given the name Pema Dorje (pad+ma rdo rje) and upāsaka lay vows from the fourteenth abbot, Drubpa Sherab (grub pa shes rab, 1357-1423) ...

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