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Back at Tsurpu, the child was enthroned a second time in a ceremony presided over by Situ and the Tenth Drukchen, Mipam Chokyi Wangpo (mi 'pham chos kyi dbang po, 1884–1930), with Gyeltsab and the Tenth Pawo.[7] ...

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Around the year 1920 or 1921 Samten Gyatso's brother Chime Dorje and his family were staying at Sangngak Choling (gsang sngags chos gling), the seat of the Tenth Drukchen, Mipam Chokyi Wangpo (mi 'pham chos kyi dbang po, 1884–1930), a teacher of Chime Dorje and his brothers ...

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... These included Sonam Zangpo (bsod nams bzang po, 1892-1983), the son of Trongsa Ponlob Jigme Namgyel (krong gsar dpon slob 'jigs med rnam rgyal, d.u.), and the brother of the first King of Bhutan; Lama Monlam Rabzang (smon lam rab bzang, 1879-1945.); Kunlha Tendzin (kun lha bstan 'dzin, d.u.); Sonam Gyeltsen (bsod nams rgyal mtshan, d.u.); Ngawang Tendzin Gyatso (ngag dbang bstan 'dzin rgya mtsho, 1883-1966), and the Tenth Drukchen, Mipam Chokyi Wangpo ('brug chen 10 mi pham chos kyi dbang po, 1884-1930). ...

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Following his recovery the family took him to Sangngak Choling (gsang sngags chos gling), the seat of the Tenth Drukchen, Mipam Chokyi Wangpo (mi 'pham chos kyi dbang po, 1884–1930), a teacher of his father ...

Read more from the biography of Tulku Urgyen