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... Consequently, in 1644, Gushri Khan's troops, supported by the Kyisho Depa, Choje Tendzin Lobzang Gyatso (skyid shod sde pa chos rje bstan 'dzin blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1593-1638), surrounded the encampment. ...

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Early in 1638, acting as Drepung's Treasurer in a project to construct new sets of the Eight Classical Stūpa (mchod rten cha brgyad), Norbu insisted on changing the proportions of the Drepung set, which had been designed by master Zur Choying Rangdrol (zur chos dbyings rang grol, 1604-1669)

In the summer of 1638, Norbu married Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen's sister, whose name is not recorded, at Gekhasa (gad kha sa) village in Tolung (stod lung), probably modern-day 'Gyekhar' between Yangpachen (yangs pa can) and Tsurpu (mtshur phu)

In 1652 Lobzang Gyatso, invited by the Qing Shunzhi Emperor (1638-1661), left for Beijing ...

Read more from the biography of Depa Norbu


In 1638, for reasons that are not explained in the autobiography Trinle Gyatso displeased Sonam Chopel, who sent him away to Wolkha ('ol kha) to collect the autumn harvest ...

Read more from the biography of Depa Trinle Gyatso


... Ngawang Tendzin is also famous in Bhutan as the grandfather of Gyelse Tendzin Rabgye (rgyal sras bstan 'dzin rab rgyas, 1638-1696), a famous Drukpa hierarch and the fourth temporal ruler of Bhutan, whose most current incarnation is the head abbot of Tango Monastery at the head of the Thimphu valley ...

Read more from the biography of Drukpa Kunle


... Thereafter, in 1638, earth-tiger year of the eleventh sexagenary cycle, Gendun Rinchen Gyeltsen was enthroned as the Thirty-seventh Ganden Tripa

Trichen Gendun Rinchen Gyeltsen served the post of Ganden Tripa for five years, from 1638 until to his nirvana in 1642, the year of water-horse in the eleventh sexagenary cycle, giving teachings on various topics from both sutra and tantra and leading the religious activities, events, and ceremonies of Geluk tradition. ...

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In 1638, when he was forty-two, he was invited by the Tsang Desi to Ngamring (ngam ring) to perform rituals for preventing an invasion; presumably in response to rising tensions between Tsang and U.

That year his son, Ngawang Sonam Wangchuk (ngag dbang bsod nams dbang phyug, 1638-1635) was born. ...

Read more from the biography of Jamyang Amnye Zhab Ngawang Kunga Sonam


... He was a relative of the founder of Pelyul Monastery, Rigdzin Kunzang Sherab (rig 'dzin kun bzang she rab, 1638-1698). ...

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... His father was Ngawang Sonam Wangchuk, who served as the Twenty-eighth Sakya Tridzin (sa skya khri 'dzin 28 ngag dbang bsod nams dbang phyug, 1638-1685) ...

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... His other main disciples included his son, Pema Chogyel; Drigung Rinchen Puntsok; Chogyel Tashi Tobgyel; the Fourth Drukchen, Pema Karpo ('brug chen 04 pad+ma dkar po, 1527-1592); Japa Tripon Tsokye Dorje (bya pa khri dpon mtsho skyes rdo rje, d.u.); Wangchuk Rabten (dbang phyug rab brtan,1558-1638), who served as the eighteenth abbot of Zhalu; and the Second Yolmo Tulku, Namkha Gyajin (yol mo sprul sku 02 nam mkha' brgya sbyin, d.u.). ...

Read more from the biography of Lekden Dorje


Lobzang Chodrak (blo bzang chos grags) was born in 1638, the earth-tiger year of eleventh sexagenary cycle, in Darmo (dar mo), Lhokha (lho kha) ...

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... If this is accurate it would have been during the reign of the Shunzhi Emperor (1638-1661) who was the second emperor of the Manchu Qing Dynasty, and officially the first Qing emperor to rule over China, from 1644 to 1661. ...

Read more from the biography of Lobzang Rabten


Lobzang Gyatso received his full monastic ordination in 1638 ...

Read more from the biography of Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso


Ngawang Sonam Wangchuk (ngag dbang bsod nams dbang phyug) was born in 1638, the earth tiger year, at Sakya Monastery (sa skya dgon) ...

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... This, in fact, happened a few years later in 1638. ...

Read more from the biography of Peljor Lhundrub


... The histories also claim that at the age of eighteen he met Rigdzin Kunga Sherab (rig 'dzin kun dga' she rab, 1638-1689), the founder of Pelyul Monastery (dpal yul dgon), but this too would not have been possible, as Kunga Sherab had passed away when Pema Norbu was only ten years old. ...

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... He also studied under a lama named Ngawang Lekpai Jungne (ngag dbang legs pa'i 'byung gnas), and possibly under his uncle, Sanggye Tenpa (sangs rgyas bstan pa, circa 1638-1710), the third abbot of  Derge Gonchen. ...

Read more from the biography of Puntsok Tenpa


Sanggye Tenpa (sangs rgyas bstan pa) was born around 1638 ...

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... He learned both sutra and tantra traditions from thirty-three masters, including Choje Tendzin Lobzang Gyatso (chos rje bstan 'dzin blo bzang rgyal mtsho, 1593-1638) and Tsultrim Gyatso (tshul khrims rgya mtsho, d.u.). ...

Read more from the biography of Shar Kelden Gyatso


In 1638, at the age of forty-two, he was appointed to the abbacy seat of Zhalu (zhwa lu) Monastery. ...

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... In 1636 and 1637 Lobzang Gyatso also complained that Sonam Chopel would not approve of lamas being invited to give him teachings and initiations to increase his knowledge; in 1638 he complained that Sonam Chopel prevented him from meeting a lama he wanted to take as a master.

Lobzang Gyatso's autobiography, however, clearly dates that letter at 1629; it further asserts that Gushri Khan decided to go to war because it was reported to him in 1638 that the Tsang king was persecuting the Tashilhunpo monks while constructing a new monastery on the hill above Tashilhunpo

... These sectarian policies continued for several years, up to the eve of Lobzang Gyatso's departure to meet the Qing Shunzhi Emperor (1638-1661) in the summer of 1652, when Lobzang Gyatso issued a decree forbidding all such practices. ...

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In addition to the above lamas, he studied under some thirteen prominent masters, including the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso (ta la'i bla ma 05 ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617-1682); the Twenty-eighth Sakya Trichen, Ngawang Kunga Sonam (sa skya khri chen 28 ngag dbang kun dga' bsod nams, 1597-1659); the Twenty-ninth Sakya Trichen, Ngawang Sonam Wangchuk (sa skya khri chen 29 ngag dbang bsod nams dbang phyug, 1638-1685); Shakya Tashi (shakya bkra’ shis, d.u.), and Khedrub Pelden Dondrub (mkhas grub dpal ldan don 'grub, d.u.) ...

Read more from the biography of Sonam Gyatso


... His father and Kapewa Choje Ngawang Tenpa Rabgye (ka spe chos rje ngag dbang bstan pa rab rgyas) identified him as the reincarnation of his paternal grandfather, the Twenty-eighth Sakya Tridzin Ngawang Sonam Wangchuk (bdag chen bsod nams dbang phyug, 1638-1685). ...

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At the age of thirty-seven, Tendzin Lekpai Dondrub was offered a place on which to build his winter residence, through the generosity of Gyelse Tendzin Rabgye (rgyal sras bstan 'dzin rab rgyas, 1638-1698) ...

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Tendzin Rabgye (bstan 'dzin rab rgyas) was born in 1638 to Tsewang Tendzin (tshe dbang bstan 'dzin, 1574-1643), the grandson of Drukpa Kunle ('brug pa kun legs; 1455-1529) ...

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... The Sakya Gongma, likely Ducho Labrangpa Jamgon Sonam Wangchuk (dus mchod bla brang pa byams mgon bsod nams dbang phyug, 1638-1685), reportedly praised him highly for his scholarship in the tradition.

... circa 1638 - d.1710), Tenpai Gyeltsen assisted Pema Rigdzin in establishing a hermitage called Orgyen Samten Choling (o rgyan bsam gtan chos gling) in the valley of Rudam Kyitram (ru dam skyid khram), to the northeast of the capital of Derge ...

Read more from the biography of Tenpai Gyeltsen


He was enthroned to the seat of the Thirty-sixth Ganden Tripa in 1638, the earth-tiger year of the eleventh sexagenary cycle ...

Read more from the biography of Tenzin Lekshe


... The hagiographies (rnam thar) of the two Yutoks were codified and printed in the seventeenth century by Jowo Lundrub Tashi (jo bo lhun grub bkra shis) and Darmo Menrampa Lobzang Chodrak (dar mo sman rams pa blo bzang chos grags, 1638–1710)—a medical scholar and personal physician of the Fifth Dalai Lama Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso (ngag dbang blo bzang rgya mtsho, 1617–1682) ...

Read more from the biography of Yutok Yonten Gonpo