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When Chokyi Gyelpo later travelled in U-Tsang, the Fourth Chakra, Ngawang Trinle Zangpo, (lcags ra sprul sku 04 ba ngag dbang phrin las bzang po, 1607-1667) was appointed as abbot for two years (1625-1626) ...

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... He was also greatly impressed by the spiritual songs of the First Rongwo Drubchen, Shar Kelden Gyatso (rong bo grub chen 01 shar skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677), an outstanding adept from Amdo, whose songs marked him with a profound realization of impermanence. ...

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He received renunciation vows from the First Rongwo Drubchen, Kelden Gyatso (rong bo grub chen 01 skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677) who gave him the name Jamyang Gyatso ('jam dbyangs rgya mtsho) ...

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... 1595/1607) ...

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In 1603, the water-hare year, at the age of seventy-two, Gendun Gyeltsen was enthroned as the Twenty-eighth Ganden Tripa, serving until 1607

At the age of seventy-six, in 1607, the fire-sheep year in the tenth sexagenary cycle Trichen Gendun Gyeltsen retired from the post of Ganden Tripa; he passed into nirvana in the same year ...

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At the age of fifty two, at the request of Drakar Tulku Lobzang Tenpai Gyeltsen (brag dkar sprul sku blo bzang bstan pa'i rgyal mtshan, d.u.), he gave the Kunrik (kun rig) initiation in the assembly hall of Drakkar (brag dkar) Monastery, as well as the transmission of the Collected Works of his predecessor, the First Rongwo Drubchen, Shar Kelden Gyatso (shar skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677). ...

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... 1607), who gave him extensive instructions ...

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... Together with his two brothers, Tutob Wangchuk (mthu stobs dbang phyug, 1588-1646) and Ngawang Kunga Wanggyel (ngag dbang kun dga' dbang rgyal, 1592-1620), he received further transmissions and empowerments, including his first Lamdre transmission, in 1607 ...

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... 1695/1607). ...

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... He received lay vows from Lobzang Tenpai Gyeltsen (blo bzang bstan pa'i rgyal mtshan, 1581-1659), the elder brother of Shar Kelden Gyatso (shar skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677), who was the founder of Tosam Namgyel Ling (rong bo dgon chen thos bsam rnam rgyal gling), the debating college at Rongwo Monastery (rong bo dgon chen) ...

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... He then traveled to Lhasa, making offerings at the Jokang and proceeded to Ganden, where he continued his education with Namkai Tsenchen (nam mkha'i mtshan can, d.u.), with whom he studied Kālacakra, and Gendun Gyeltsen (dge' 'dun rgyal mtshan, 1532-1605/1607), the Twenty-eighth throne holder of Ganden, who taught him the collected works of the Second Dalai Lama ...

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His brother, the Fifth Pakpa Lha, suggested that he travel to Lhasa for further studies, but the Gyara Tulku preferred to study under the Fourth Chakra Tulku, Ngawang Trinle Zangpo (lcags ra sprul sku 04 ngag dbang 'phrin las bzang po 1607-1667), who was then the seventeenth abbot of Chamdo Jampa Ling. ...

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Trichen Lodro Gyatso's disciples included Kelden Gyatso (skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677); Cho Gyatso (chos rgya mtsho, 1571-1635), the Second abbot of Kumbum (sku 'bum) monastery;  the Thirty-fifth Ganden Tripa, Konchok Chopel (dga' ldan khri pa 35 dkon mchog chos 'phel, 1573-1644); Namgyel Peljor (rnam rgyal dpal 'byor, 1578-1651), the Fifth Abbot of Kubum; and Pilbuwa Ngawang Chodrak (spyil bu pa ngag dbang chos grags, d.u.). ...

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At the age of thirty-five, in 1607, he ascended to the abbatial throne of Yangpachen Monastery, succeeding Mu Rabjampa Tukje Pelzangpo (mus rab 'byams pa thugs rje dpal bzang po, d.u.) ...

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... His reincarnation was identified in a boy born three years later, the Fourth Chakra Tulku, Ngawang Trinle Zangpo (lcags ra sprul sku 04 ngag dbang 'phrin las bzang po, 1607-1667). ...

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He was recognized as the reincarnation of the Fourth Chakra Tulku, Ngawang Trinle Zangpo (lcags ra sprul sku 04 ngag dbang 'phrin las bzang po, 1607-1667) by the Fifth Pakpa Lha, Pakpa Gyelwa Gyatso ('phags pa lha 05 'phags pa rgyal ba rgya mtsho, 1644-1713) and confirmed by the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso, (ta la'i bla ma 05 ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682) ...

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... As a child he was identified as the reincarnation of Shar Kelden Gyatso (shar skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677), who converted the Sakya monastery of Rongwo Gonchen (rong bo dgon chen) to the Geluk tradition. ...

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The Fourth Chakra, Ngawang Trinle Zangpo (lcags ra sprul sku 04 ngag dbang 'phrin las bzang po), was born in 1607, the fire-sheep year of the tenth sexagenary cycle, in Longpo Topa (long po stod pa) ...

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Among his disciples were the Thirtieth Ganden Tripa, Choje Lodro Gyatso (dga' ldan khri pa 30 chos rje blo gros rgya mtsho, 1532-1607); Gomdewa Namkha Gyeltsen (sgom sde ba nam mkha' rgyal mtshan, 1532-1592), who served as an abbot of Gyuto Tantric College; and Konchok Chopel (dkon mchog chos 'phel, d.u.) who was also called Zhabdrung Konchok Chopel (zhabs drung dkon mchog chos 'phel). ...

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He was given lay vows by Shar Kelden Gyatso (shar skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677) at age eleven ...

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Shar Kelden Gyatso (shar skal ldan rgya mtsho) was born in 1607, the fire-sheep year of the tenth sexagenary cycle ...

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... Choje Gendun Gyeltsen, the Twenty-eighth Ganden Tripa (dga' ldan khri pa 28 chos rje dge 'dun rgyal mtshan, 1532-1607) gave him the name Shenyen Drakpa. ...

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At Rongwo he received teachings from Shar Kelden Gyatso (shar skal ldan rgya mtsho, 1607-1677) and other masters at Rongwo Monastery ...

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