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... There he continued his studies with a number of masters, including Angmon Ponlob (ang smon dpon slob, d.u.); Lobzang Chopel (blo bzang chos dpal, d.u.); Paṇḍita Lobzang Jinpa (paN Di ta blo bzang sbyin pa, d.u.), Chone Drakpa Shedrub (co ne grags pa bshad sgrub, 1675-1748), who established the Gyupa Dratsang (rgyud pa grwa tshang) at Chone monastery; and Kagyurpa Lobzang Nyima (bka 'gyur pa blo bzang nyi ma, 1639-1718). ...
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Ngawang Tashi trained dozens of Buddhist scholars at Labrang, including Sherab Dorje, later the thirteenth abbot of the tantric college (shes rab rdo rje, 1711-1784); Kangyurwa Lobzang Nyima (bka' 'gyur ba blo bzang nyi ma, 1639-1718); Beri Tutob Gyeltsen (be ri mthu stobs rgyal mtshan,1695-1774); Jamyang Pelden, later the seventh abbot of the tantric college ('jam dbyangs dpal ldan, 1682-1754); Lobzang Neten Tsondru, later the seventh throne holder of Labrang (blo bzang gnas brtan brtson 'grus, 1696-1754); and the Third Lhakhang Lungpa Gendun Gyatso (lha khang lung pa 03 dge 'dun rgya mtsho, 1662-1737). ...
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