b.1679 - d.1757
Pema Norbu was the third throne holder of Pelyul Monastery and the first in an incarnation line that shares his name. He studied with masters from Pelyul and and Katok monasteries, and also received the Eighth Tai Situ, Chokyi Jungne and the Tenth Zhamar, Chodrub Gyatso at Pelyul, giving them teachings from the Namcho treasure cycle and the Lama Gongdu.
b.1887 - d.1932
Rigdzin Pelchen Dupa, the reincarnation of Pema Norbu, served as the Ninth throne holder of Pelyul Monastery, from 1908 to his death in 1932. He founded Tosam Norbu Lhunpo College in 1922 and invited Khenpo Ngakchung to serve as its first abbot, taking over the position soon after.
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