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The Seventy-Second Ganden Tripa, Jampel Tsultrim

Apr 5, 2018
The Seventy-Second Ganden Tripa, Jampel Tsultrim

The Seventy-second Ganden Tripa, Jampel Tsultrim was born in Tobgyel Kharlung Nangpa in Tsang. He matriculated in the Drati House of Sera Je College of Sera Monastic University...

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The Tenth Dalai Lama, Tsultrim Gyatso

Apr 4, 2018
The Tenth Dalai Lama, Tsultrim Gyatso

The Tenth Dalai Lama, Tsultrim Gyatso was born in Litang in 1816. His family was known as Drongto Norbutsang. Following the identification, Lobzang Nyendrak was given a title...

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The Seventieth Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Chopel

Apr 4, 2018
The Seventieth Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Chopel

The Seventieth Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Chopel was born in a poor family in a place called Pabong Karri. At the age of five he was trained in caring for lambs and kids...

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The Second Tsemonling, Ngawang Jampel Tsultrim Gyatso

Apr 4, 2018
The Second Tsemonling, Ngawang Jampel Tsultrim Gyatso

The 73rd Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Jampel Tsultrim Gyatso was born in Chone, Amdo in 1792. At a young age he was identified as the reincarnation of the 61st Ganden Tripa Trichen Ngawang Tsultrim...

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The Sixty-Sixth Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Nyendrak

Apr 4, 2018
The Sixty-Sixth Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Nyendrak

The Sixty-sixth Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Nyendrak was born in Jakhyung in Amdo in 1746. He was admitted in the local Jakhyung Monastery at the age of ten and ordained by...

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The Ninth Dalai Lama, Lungtok Gyatso

Apr 3, 2018
The Ninth Dalai Lama, Lungtok Gyatso

The Ninth Dalai Lama, Lungtok Gyatso was born with several auspicious signs in a small village located near the Denchokor Monastery in Kham in 1805. Most sources have him as an orphan...

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The Eighth Tatsak Jedrung, Yeshe Lobzang Tenpai Gonpo

Apr 3, 2018
The Eighth Tatsak Jedrung, Yeshe Lobzang Tenpai Gonpo

The 8th Tatsak Jedrung, Yeshe Lobzang Tenpai Gonpo, was born in 1760 in the Powo region of Kham. At the age of five he was identified as the reincarnation of the 7th Tatsak Jedrung...

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The Eighth Dalai Lama, Jampel Gyatso

Apr 3, 2018
The Eighth Dalai Lama, Jampel Gyatso

With the death of the 7th Dalai Lama, Kelsang Gyatso, many of the ecclesiastical and political luminaries of that time gathered to discuss the future of the institution of the Dalai Lamas...

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The Sixty-First Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Tsultrim

Apr 3, 2018
The Sixty-First Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Tsultrim

The 61st Ganden Tripa, Ngawang Tsultrim was born at Darwo near Chone Monastery in Amdo in 1721. He received the vows of primary ordination at the age of 7 at Tsador Monastery...

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Chokgyur Lingpa

Jan 19, 2018
Chokgyur Lingpa

Chokgyur Lingpa was born at the base of the sacred mountain Namkhadzod in Nangchen on the 10th day of either the 6th or the 10th month of the female earth ox year...

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