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... There is also mention of a younger brother and a younger sister although Drukpa Kunle gives no names for either, only mentioning himself as "the oldest son." It should be noted that this is different from the Bhutanese understanding of Drukpa Kunle's position in the family, where he is considered to have an elder brother by the name of Ngawang Chogyel (ngag dbang chos rgyal)

... The Chimi Lhakang itself is considered by Bhutanese to have been established by Drukpa Kunle's more conservative brother, Ngawang Chogyel ('brug pa ngag dbang chos rgyal, 1465-1540) in 1499 ...

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... It was during that time that Drukchen Ngawang Chogyel ('brug chen ngag dbang chos rgyal, 1465-1540), visited Bhutan ...

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Namkha Gyeltsen received a complete empowerment from his father and also from Ngawang Chogyel (ngag dbang chos rgyal, 1465-1540), the fifteenth abbot Ralung ('brug rwa lung), in addition to numerous other teachers from Tibet and Bhutan ...

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