| 1. Je Tsongkhapa receives teaching on Abhidharma from Master Rendawa.
2. In Samling, in the region of Nyangto, he listens to the explanations of the
Venerable Rendawa on the Auto-commentary of the Supplement to (Nagarjuna’s) Treatise on the Middle.
3. The great Lotsawa Djang-chup Tsemo comes to the Potala. Je Tsongkhapa receives teachings in Chos-dzong.
4. In Kyormo lung, he listens to the Great Commentary of the Vinaya-sutra at the feet of the Abbot Loselwa.
5. During a prayer assembly, he enters a meditative state that lasts for several hours.
6. He suffers from back pains and goes to see Master Ugyen renowned for the efficiency of his rituals.
7. With other learned religious, Je Tsongkhapa heads to Ne-nying.
7bis. He gives his first teaching on the Compendium of Manifest Knowledge (Abhidharma samuccaya)
8. During spring, passing through Narthang, he goes to Sakya where he receives teachings from the Venerable Rendawa.
9. He listens to the teachings of Lama Dorje Rinchen-pa.
10. The rituals accomplished by one Geshe of Sakya monastery relieve him from his back pains.
11. The Venerable Rendawa and Je Tsongkhapa go to Ngam-rim. Master Rendawa composes a developed commentary on the Compendium of Manifest Knowledge (Abhidharma Samuccaya). The young Je Tsongkhapa also listens to his teaching on the commentary of the Pramana-vartika.
12. In autumn, he receives news from his native country. In Lhalung, in the region of Mel, he devotes his energy to the training of mind in the Path of the Tantras under the direction of Lama Sonam Drakpa. He makes a retreat during which he studies a commentary of the Pramana-vartika.
13. He spends the winter in Dewachen where he reads numerous works. He leaves for Tsang.
14. He reaches Narthang where he listens to a teaching on a commentary of the Pramana composed by the great Lotsawa Donsang. He spends the summer in this monastery and takes part in the philosophical debates.
15. He receives teachings on the Madhyamaka.
16. He receives teachings from Lotsawa Namka Sangpo.
17. He goes to Sakya monastery where he takes part in the philosophical debates.
18. Philosophical debates in Soka Kuntang.
19. Vision of Sarasvati in Sangpu monastery where he takes part in the philosophical debates.