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He also received teachings on a great variety of topics from many other distinguished lamas including his elder brother, Adroi Khenchen; the Third Mura Tulku, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra sprul sku 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); Khenpo Kunzang Pelden (mkhan po kun bzang dpal ldan, 1862-1943); Minyak Khenpo Apel (mi nyag mkhan po a dpal, d.u.); the twentieth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Tekchok Loden (pad+ma theg mchog blo ldan, 1879-1955); and Yilung Jalupa Sonam Namgyel (yid lhung 'ja' lus pa bsod nams rnam rgyal, 1881-1954), who was said to have accomplished rainbow-body. ...

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... His other students included Minyak Kunzang Sonam (mi nyag kun bzang bsod nams, 1823-1905), the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.), Khenpo Yonten Gyatso (mkhan po yon tan rgya mtsho, d.u.), and Khenpo Kunzang Pelden (mkhan po kun bzang dpal ldan, 1862-1943). ...

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... 1916); Pema Kunzang Rangdrol (mkhar legs sprul sku pad+ma kun bzang rang grol, 1916-1984); the Third Mura Tulku, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra sprul sku 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po); and Mewa Khenchen Tsewang Rigdzin (rme ba mkhan chen tshe dbang rig 'dzin, 1883-1958), who, with Pema Tekchok Loden's other disciple the Fourth Mura Tulku, is said to have attained the rainbow body ...

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Additionally, he received teachings from the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra sku phreng 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); the fifteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Konchok Drakpa (dkon mchog grags pa, d.u.); Zhalu Ribuk Tulku, Losel Tenkyong (zhwa lu ri sbug sprul sku blo gsal bstan skyong, b.1804); and the first abbot of Dzongsar Khamshe Shedra (rdzong sar khams bye bshad grwa), Zhenpen Chokyi Nangwa (gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba, 1871-1927). ...

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Some of his prominent disciples included Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo (jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse'i dbang po, 1820-1892); Dza Patrul; the Eighth Peling Sungtrul Kunzang Dechen Dorje (pad gling gsung sprul 08 kun bzang bde chen rdo rje, 1843-1891); the eighth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Pema Vajra (padma rdo rje, c.1807-1884); the seventh abbot of the College, Tubten Nyinje Gyeltsen (rdzogs chen mkhan rabs 07 thub bstan nyin byed rgyal mtshan, d.u.); the third abbot of the College, Rigdzin Zangpo (rdzogs chen mkhan rabs 03 rig 'dzin bzang po, d.u.); the fourth abbot of the College, Pema Sheja (rdzogs chen mkhan rabs 04 pad+ma shes bya, d.u.); the ninth abbot of the College, Kelden Gyatso (rdzogs chen mkhan rabs 09 skal ldan rgya mtsho, d.u.); the Fourth Dzogchen Ponlob, Jigme Choying Osel (dpon slob 04 'jigs med chos dbyings 'od gsal, d.u.); the Second Troshul Getrul Tsewang Pelgyi Dorje (khro shul dge sprul 02 tshe dbang dpal gyi rdo rje, d.u.); and the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.). ...

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... During breaks between his meditation sessions he continued to teach, producing a number of prominent students including Dilgo Khyentse Tashi Peljor (dil mgo mkhyen brtse bkra shis dpal 'byor, 1910-1991); Kunzang Pelden (kun bzang dpal ldan, 1862-1943), who was known for his extensive commentary on the Bodhicaryāvatāra; Lakla Sonam Chokdrub (glag bla bsod nams chos 'grub, 1862-1944); the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); Dongak Tenpai Nyima (mdo sngags bstan pa'i nyi ma, c.1898-1959); Tsewang Rigdzin (tshe dbang rig 'dzin, 1883-1958); Sonam Chopel (sod nams chos 'phel, d.u.); the seventeenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Khenpo Munsel (mkhan po mun sel, 1916-1993); Jigme Lodro ('jigs med blo gros, 1879-1955); the twenty-fifth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College, Ngawang Norbu (ngag dbang nor bu, 1886-1958); and Gegyel Khenpo Tubten Namgyel (dge rgyal mkhan po thub bstan rnam rgyal, d.u.). ...

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There he studied under a number of outstanding teachers including the nineteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha College (shrI sing+ha bshad drwa), Zhenpen Chokyi Nangwa (gzhan phan chos kyi snang ba, 1871-1927); Khenchen Kunzang Pelden (mkhan chen kun bzang dpal ldan, 1862-1943) of Katok Monastery; the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra sku phreng 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.); and the sixteenth abbot of Śrī Siṃha, Adro Khenchen Sonam Chophel (a gro'i mkhan chen bsod nams chos phel, d.u.) ...

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... He received general empowerments and instructions on both the spoken word (bka' ma) and treasure (gter ma) lineages, and extensive teachings and instructions on the upper and lower Dzogchen Nyingtik (rdzogs chen snying thig gong 'og) from the Fifth Dzogchen Drubwang, Tubten Chokyi Dorje (rdzogs chen 05 thub bstan chos kyi rdo rje, 1872-1935) and the Third Mura, Pema Dechen Zangpo (mu ra 03 pad+ma bde chen bzang po, d.u.) ...

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