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... Their younger half-brother, Tsewang Norbu (tshe dbang no bu) was born to a niece of Khyentse Wangpo, and so was likely born no earlier than the late 1850s. ...

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... His brother Samten Gyatso, however, had received the transmission of the cycle from Chokgyur Lingpa's eldest son, Tsewang Norbu (tshe dbang nor bu, 1856–1915/16), who had received it from his father in person ...

Read more from the biography of Lama Sangngak


... A third master was his maternal uncle, Chokgyur Lingpa's son Tsewang Norbu (tshe dbang nor bu, d ...

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... For several years Tersey Tulku lived first at Tsike for a time, and then at Lachab Monastery (bla chab dgon), and then at the hermitage above the monastery, Dzonggo Ling (rdzong mgo gling), both closely associated with the Tsangsar family.[8] While there he arranged many of the liturgies for the Chokling Tersar, having received the full transmission from Chokgyur Lingpa's eldest son, Tsewang Norbu (tshe dbang nor bu, 1856–1915/16) ...

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While at the monastery for the consecration, the Karmapa transmitted the Treasury of Kagyu Tantra (bka' rgyud sngag mdzod), another of Jamgon Kongtrul's Five Treasuries.[35] Dilgo Khyentse later transmitted the New Treasures of Chokgyur Lingpa there; because of this the community maintains two transmission lineages of the New Treasures: one that passed through Chokgyur Lingpa's son Tsewang Norbu (tshe dbang nor bu, d ...

Read more from the biography of Tulku Urgyen


... Chokgyur Lingpa's second son, Kunzang Jigme Tsewang Norbu (kun bzang 'jigs med tshe dbang nor bu) was born to a niece of Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse'i dbang po, 1820-1892), in 1856 ...

Read more from the biography of Chokgyur Lingpa