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... During the time of Rinchen Puntsok (rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557), the seventeenth Drigung abbot, the Indian siddha Vajranātha visited Wutai Shan and was said to have met Rinchen Wanggyel in person. ...

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... At the age of eighteen (1535 according to the Tibetan counting of age), he came to meet Drigung Rinchen Puntsok ('bri gung rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557) the former abbot of Drigung who had just retired from the abbatial throne in 1534 and established his seat as Yangri Gar (yang ri sgar) ...

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... According to Guru Tashi, the lineage came to him from Nyida Sanggye (nyi zla sangs rgyas, d.u.), who received it from the eighteenth abbot of Drigung, Rinchen Puntsok ('bri gung rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557), a disciple of the Fourth Zhamarpa, Chodrak Yeshe (zhwa dmar chos grags ye shes, 1453-1524) ...

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Lekden Dorje traveled to Drigung Monastery ('bri gung) at the invitation of the seventeenth abbot, Rinchen Puntsok (rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557) to give teachings on the Nyingma tantras ...

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When the Drigung Kagyu hierarch Rinchen Puntsok Chokyi Gyelpo (rin chen phun tshogs chos kyi rgyal po, 1509-1557) met Dawa Gyeltsen at Dargye Choling (dar rgyas chos gling), he reported perceiving him as Avalokiteśvara in red form, with one face and two hands ...

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... Tashi Tobgyel grew up in the palace receiving various teachings from some of the most renowned masters of his day, many of whom had been students of his predecessor, including Tukse Lodro Gyeltsen (thugs sras blo gros rgyal mtshan, d.u.); Drenchok Pelden Lodro (dren mchog dpal ldan blo gros, 1527-1596); a Sakya teacher named Zhegonpa Sonam Tsemo (zhe dgon pa bsod nams rtse mo, d.u.); Rinchen Puntsok Chokyi Gyelpo (rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557), the seventeenth abbot of Drigung Monastery ('bri gung dgon); Lochen Ratnabhadra (lo chen rat+na b+ha dra, 1489-1563); the Second Peling Sungtrul, Yenpa Lode (pad gling gsung sprul 02 yan pa blo bde, 1536-1597); Jampa Chokyi Gyeltsen (byams pa chos kyi rgyal mtshan, d.u.) of Nub Monastery (gnubs dgon); Rigdzin Nyida Ozer (rig 'dzin nyi zla 'od zer, d.u.); and Tashi Pel (bkra shis dpal, d.u.). ...

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... 700); the Kagyu patriarch Milarepa (mi la ras pa, 1040-1123); Rongton Sheja Kunrik (rong ston shes bya kun rig, 1367-1449); and Drigung Rinchen Puntsok ('bri gung rin chen phun tshogs, 1509-1557). ...

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... He then invited the seventeenth abbot of Drigung Monastery, Rinchen Puntsok Chokyi Gyelpo (rin chen phun tshogs chos kyi rgyal po, 1509-1557), who he had been introduced to by his brother Lekden Dorje, to participate in an extensive re-consecration ceremony of Samye. ...

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