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... For example, when visiting Barawa Gyeltsen Pelzang ('ba' ra ba rgyal mtshan dpal bzang, 1310-1391) in the Shang valley, he was asked to dress the part of a respectable lama, for fear that the clerics who were gathering to welcome him would loose faith ...

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By that time different religious traditions had established in Paro: the Lhapas (lha pa) of Nyo Gyelwa Lhanangpa Sanggye Rinchen (gnyos rgyal ba lha nang pa sangs rgyas rin chen, 1164-1224); the Nenyingpas (gnas rnying pa) of the Geluk school; the Barawa ('ba' ra ba) of Barawa Gyeltsen Pelzang ('ba' ra ba rgyal mtshan dpal bzang, 1310-1391), an offshoot of the Todruk (stod brug); the Katok (ka thog pa) line of the of the Nyingma tradition founded by Dampa Deshek Sherab Sengge (dam pa bde gshegs shes rab seng ge, 1122-1192); and the Chakzampa (lcag zam pa) tradition of Tangtong Gyelpo ...

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Jangchub Tsondru then returned to Tsang and met with Barawa Jampel Dorje ('ba' ra ba 'jam dpal rdo rje, d.u.), the reincarnation of Barawa Gyeltsen Pelzang ('ba' ra ba rgyal mtshan dpal bzang, 1310-1391), the famous Kagyu figure who had been to Bhutan in the fourteenth century ...

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