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Starting that year he studied under the direction of five of the most celebrated translators of his era: Ngok Lotsāwa Loden Sherab (blo ldan shes rab, 1059-1109), Bari Lotsāwa Rinchen Drak (ba ri lo tsA ba rin chen grags, 1040-1112), Nyen Lotsāwa Darma Drak (gnyan lo tsA ba dar ma grags, Ra Lotsāwa Dorje Drak (rwa lo tsA ba rdo rje grags, 1016-1128), and, finally, Tsen Khawoche (btsan kha bo che, b ...

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... He received Vajravārāhī (rdo rje pag mo) from Chokro Lotsāwa (cog ro lo tsA ba, d.u.), and instructions on miracles ('phrul yig) from Bari Lotsāwa Rinchen Drak (ba ri lo tsA ba rin chen grags, 1040-1112) ...

Read more from the biography of Katokpa Dampa Deshek


... In addition to his father, Bari Lotsāwa (ba ri Lo tsa ba rin chen grags pa, 1040-1112), the second Sakya throne holder and a great translator, was an important early teacher for Sachen ...

Read more from the biography of Sachen Kunga Nyingpo


... He was received  teachings on Mahākaruṇa from Paiṇḍapātika (bsod snyoms pa) and from the paṇḍita Choton (chos ston) and passed them on to Bari Lotsāwa Rinchen Drak (ba ri lo tsA ba rin chen grags, 1040-1112), an important Sakya translator. ...

Read more from the biography of Vajrāsana the latter


... Wolkhawa received teachings on the entire set of sadhana practices translated by Bari Lotsāwa (ba ri lo tsA ba) directly from the translator himself. ...

Read more from the biography of Wolkhawa Drolgom Choyung


Vairocanavajra had long had a connection with Tibet, even before he left India, since he worked together with Bari Lotsāwa Rinchen Drak (ba ri lo tsA ba rin chen grags, 1040-1112) on some translations ...

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