The Treasury of Lives

བོད་དང་ཨེ་ཤ་ཡ་ནང་མ་ཧི་མ་ལ་ཡའི་ས་ཁུལ་བཆས་ཀྱི་རྣམ་ཐར་ཀུན་བཏུས།

རྨན་ཐར་གསར་པ།

ཉེ་ཆར་གྱི་འཚོལ་ཞིབ།

Lobzang Wanggyel was a Tibetan medical doctor who trained in Lhasa under Khyenrab Norbu in the mid twentieth century. He married into the Kundeling family, joining the Lhasa aristocracy, and, partly as a result, spent ten years in a Communist prison. He practiced medicine during his incarceration and in Lhasa on his release until leaving Tibet in 1983. In India he served in the administration of the Dharamsala Mentseekhang and as a senior personal physician to the Dalai Lama.

ཞིག་པོ་ཀུན་དགའ་ནི་བོན་རྫོགས་ཆེན་གྱི་སྙན་བརྒྱུད་རིག་པ་གཅེར་མཐོང་གི་ཆོས་སྐོར་བརྒྱུད་པའི་བླ་རབས་བཞི་པ་ཡིན།

Tulku Urgyen was considered one the greatest Dzogchen and Mahāmudrā meditation teachers of the twentieth century, and was the premier holder of the revelations of Chokgyur Lingpa, his great-grandfather. He founded Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling, one of the main Tibetan Buddhist exile monasteries in Kathmandu, where he welcomed scores of Western students alongside many Tibetans. A student and close colleague of the Sixteenth Karmapa, his main teacher was his uncle, Samten Gyatso. He was the father to four contemporary teachers: Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, Tsike Chokling Rinpoche, Tsoknyi Rinpoche, and Mingyur Rinpoche.

ཞིག་པོ་ཀུན་དགའ་ནི་བོན་རྫོགས་ཆེན་གྱི་སྙན་བརྒྱུད་རིག་པ་གཅེར་མཐོང་གི་ཆོས་སྐོར་བརྒྱུད་པའི་བླ་རབས་བཞི་པ་ཡིན།

The Third Khordong Tertrul, Chime Rigdzin Lama, popularly known as C. R. Lama, was a prominent Tibetan scholar, translator, and religious teacher. He was a professor at Visva-Bharati University in West Bengal, and worked with Tucci in Rome. He founded multiple dharma centers in Europe, and a monastery in Siliguri named Khordong Jangter.