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The Twentieth Ganden Tripa, Chodrak Zangpo

Apr 16, 2018
The Twentieth Ganden Tripa, Chodrak Zangpo

The Twentieth Ganden Tripa, Chodrak Zangpo was born in Takpu, Uto in 1493. He was admitted at a young age in the Takpu Chode where he became a monk...

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The Eighty-First Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Norbu

Apr 15, 2018
The Eighty-First Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Norbu

The Eighty-first Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Norbu was born in Zungchu in Amdo. He was later said to be an emanation of Mahasiddha Sarahapa, one of the mahasiddhas of the eighth century in India...

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The Third Purchok, Jampa Gyatso

Apr 14, 2018
The Third Purchok, Jampa Gyatso

The Third Purchok Jampa Gyatso was born in the pasture land of Dzachu Aurtok in Kham. At the age of five, having been identified as the reincarnation of the Second Purchok...

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The Fourth Tatsak Jedrung, Lhawang Chokyi Gyeltsen

Apr 13, 2018
The Fourth Tatsak Jedrung, Lhawang Chokyi Gyeltsen

Jedrung Lhawang Chokyi Gyeltsen was born in 1537 in Kham. He had considerable aptitude in reading and writing, and had a strong desire to become a monk...

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The First Dalai Lama, Gendun Drub

Apr 13, 2018
The First Dalai Lama, Gendun Drub

Gendun Drub was born to a family of nomadic farmers in 1391 near Sakya in Tsang. According to legend, on the night he was born, the family’s camp was attacked by bandits...

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The Twenty-First Ganden Tripa, Gelek Pelzang

Apr 12, 2018
The Twenty-First Ganden Tripa, Gelek Pelzang

The Twenty-first Ganden Tripa, Gelek Pelzang was born in Olkha Gyangsar in 1505, the wood-ox year of the eighth sexagenary cycle...

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The Fifth Panchen Lama, Lobzang Yeshe

Apr 12, 2018
The Fifth Panchen Lama, Lobzang Yeshe

The Fifth Panchen Lama, Lobzang Yeshe was born in 1663. At the age of 4, he was recognized by the Fifth Dalai Lama, Ngawang Lobzang Gyatso as the reincarnation of the Fourth Panchen Lama...

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Sherab Sengge

Apr 12, 2018
Sherab Sengge

Sherab Sengge was born in 1383 in a place called Gurme in Tsang. It is said that he did not like people coming to his home but that he showed signs of interest in religion...

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The Third Dalai Lama, Sonam Gyatso

Apr 11, 2018
The Third Dalai Lama, Sonam Gyatso

Sonam Gyatso was born in 1543 in the Kyisho region of U to a family with strong ties to the Sakya tradition and the Pakmodru rulers of Tsang...

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Muchen Sempa Chenpo Konchok Gyeltsen

Apr 11, 2018
Muchen Sempa Chenpo Konchok Gyeltsen

The Sakya master known as Muchen Sempa Chenpo Konchok Gyeltsen was born in the Mu valley of Tibet in 1388. When he was nine, he took monastic ordination with Wang Opa...

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The Thirtieth Ganden Tripa, Lodro Gyatso

Apr 11, 2018
The Thirtieth Ganden Tripa, Lodro Gyatso

The Thirtieth Ganden Tripa, Lodro Gyatso was born at Taklung Drak in Tolung in 1546. At a young age he was admitted to Kyormolung Monastery...

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The Twenty-Fifth Ganden Tripa, Peljor Gyatso

Apr 11, 2018
The Twenty-Fifth Ganden Tripa, Peljor Gyatso

The 25th Ganden Tripa, Peljor Gyatso was born into a noble family of Depa Gepa Kapa in Tolung Rampa in 1526. He was later said to be the reincarnation of a Kuton Rinpoche...

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The Thirty-Fifth Ganden Tripa, Konchok Chopel

Apr 11, 2018
The Thirty-Fifth Ganden Tripa, Konchok Chopel

The Thirty-fifth Ganden Tripa, Trichen Konchok Chopel was born in Dranang Gonzhol in Southern Tibet in 1573, the water-bird year of the tenth sexagenary cycle...

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Pakpa Lodro Gyeltsen

Apr 11, 2018
Pakpa Lodro Gyeltsen

Pakpa Lodro Gyeltsen was born in 1235 in Ngari into the illustrious Khon family that had recently established themselves at Sakya in Tsang. His father was Sonam Gyeltsen...

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The Second Dalai Lama, Gendun Gyatso

Apr 10, 2018
The Second Dalai Lama, Gendun Gyatso

Gendun Gyatso was born in 1476 in the Tanak area of Tsang. He was born to a family of yogic practitioners who had forged a connection to his predecessor the first Dalai Lama...

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Drubkhang Gelek Gyatso

Apr 10, 2018
Drubkhang Gelek Gyatso

Drubkhang Gelek Gyatso was born into a poor family in Zanskar in Ladakh in 1641. His father died when he was six years old and his mother suffered from tuberculosis...

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The First Purchok, Ngawang Jampa

Apr 9, 2018
The First Purchok, Ngawang Jampa

The First Purchok, Ngawang Jampa was born in Chamdo, Kham in 1682. He learned reading and writing, and also memorization of prayer texts at the age of seven...

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The Twelfth Dalai Lama, Trinle Gyatso

Apr 5, 2018
The Twelfth Dalai Lama, Trinle Gyatso

The 12th Dalai Lama, Trinle Gyatso was born in a small town near Olkha Dzingchi in 1856. The young boy was one of three candidates for the reincarnation of the 11th Dalai Lama Khedrub Gyatso...

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The Eleventh Dalai Lama, Khedrub Gyatso

Apr 5, 2018
The Eleventh Dalai Lama, Khedrub Gyatso

The Eleventh Dalai Lama, Khedrub Gyatso was born in a small town near Gartang Monastery near Dartsedo, Kham in 1838. In 1841 the Seventy-third Ganden Tripa...

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The Seventy-Sixth Ganden Tripa, Lobzang Khyenrab Wangchuk

Apr 5, 2018
The Seventy-Sixth Ganden Tripa, Lobzang Khyenrab Wangchuk

The 76th Ganden Tripa, Lobzang Khyenrab Wangchuk was born in Gyelrong in Kham in the late 18th or early 19th century. Details of his parents and childhood are not known...

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