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... Konchok Peldron's grandson, Tulku Urgyen (sprul sku o rgyan, 1920–1996), from whos memoir, Blazing Splendor, most of the information in this essay was drawn, reports that she was in her 80s when she passed away in the 1930s.[1] Her older brother, Wangchuk Dorje (dbang phyug rdo rje), may have been born before their father, Chokgyur Lingpa (mchog 'gyur gling pa, 1829–1870), arrived at Pelpung Monastery (dpal spungs dgon) in 1853 from his homeland in Nangchen and began his collaboration with Jamgon Kongtrul ('jam mgon kong sprul, 1813-1899) and Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo ('jam dbyangs mkhyen brtse'i dbang po, 1820-1892) ...

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His first tutor having been dismissed, on his arrival at Dilyak Monastery in Nangchen, the leadership at Karma Gon, the original seat of the Karmapa incarnations, insisted on assigning a lama named Samten Gyatso (bsam brtan rgya mtsho), who had been a teacher to the Fifteenth Karmapa and was the uncle of Tulku Urgyen, Tsewang Chokdrub Pelbar (sprul sku o rgyan tshe dbang mchog grub dpal 'bar, 1919-1996) ...

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... 1948), the father of Tulku Urgyen Karma Orgyen Tsewang Chokdrub Pelbar (sprul sku o rgyan karma o rgyan tshe dbang mchog grub dpal 'bar, 1920–1996) ...

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