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Among Chokyi Wangchuk's main disciples were Bharo Tsukdzin (bha ro gtsug 'dzin, d.u.), a Newari Dzogchen master whom Chokyi Wangchuk taught while in the Kathmandu valley; Menlungpa Mikyo Dorje (sman lung pa mi skyod rdo rje, d.u.), who was also a disciple of Nyangrel Nyima Ozer; and Maṇi Rinchen of Katok (kaH thog grub thob maNi rin chen, d.u.) ...
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In 1192 at the age of sixty-nine, Nyangrel selected four or five primary disciples to continue specific transmissions: Nyangton Drakpa Gyeltsen (myang ston grags pa rgyal mtshan, d.u.) received The Eight Instructions; Zhikpo Dutsi (zhig po bdud rtsi, 1149-1199) received emperor Songtsen Gampo's tradition of The Great Compassionate One; Jemon Onpa (rje smon 'on pa, d.u.) received Padmasambhava's tradition of The Great Compassionate One; and Mikyo Dorje (mi bskyod rdo rje, d.u.) received The Secret Ḍākinī ...
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