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... On his return he first went to Tsang and met Rongton at Dzongkar (rdzong dkar), where Rongton's disciple Jamchen Rabjampa Sanggye Pel (byams chen rab 'byams pa sangs rgyas 'phe1412-1485) would establish Dreyul Kyemotsel ('bras yul skyed mo tshal) a few years later under Rinpung patronage ...

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... fourteenth century), the Sangpu abbot Yonten Gyatso, Jamchen Kunga Tashi (byams chen kun dga' bkra shis, d.u.), Jamchen Rabjampa Sanggye Pel (byams chen rab 'byams pa sangs rgyas 'phel, 1412-1485), Khepa Donyo Pel (mkhas pa don yod dpal, d.u.), Kunkhyen Namso Chenmo (kun mkhyen nam bsod chen mo, d.u.), and Khyenrab Yonten Peljung (mkhyen rab yon tan dpal 'byung, fifteenth century) ...

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Sanggye Rinchen had many illustrious teachers including the very young Seventh Karmapa, Chodrak Gyatso (chos grags rgya mtsho, 1454-1506); the Second Ngor Khenchen, Konchok Gyeltsen (dkon mchog rgyal mtshan, 1388-1469); Sherab Zangpo (shes rab bzang po, 1411-1475); Sanggye Pel (sangs rgyas 'phel, 1412-1485); the Fourth Ngor Khenchen, Kunga Wangchuk (kun dga' dbang phyug, 1424-1478);  the Sixth Ngor Khenchen, Gorampa Sonam Sengge (go rams pa bsdo nams seng ge, 1429-1489), and the Seventh Ngor Khenchen, Konchok Pelwa (dkon mchog 'phel ba, 1445-1514), who enthroned him at Ngor in 1501. ...

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... At twenty-one Gorampa moved on to Dreyul Kyetsel ('bras yul skyed tshal) monastic college, where he studied Prajñāpāramitā, Vinya, and Abhidharma with Sanggye Pel (sangs rgyas 'phel, 1412-1485) and others. ...

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... He studied at Sakya Monastery (sa skya dgon) and Dreyul Kyetsel ('bras yul skyed tshal), a Sakya monastery in Tsang founded by Jamchen Rabjampa Sanggye Pel (byams chen rab 'byams pa sangs rgyas 'phel, 1414-1485) in 1449. ...

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... 15th c.) had invited him, Konchok Pelden taught while seated on the throne of the monastery's founder Jamchen Rabjampa (byams chen rab byams pa, d.u.). ...

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