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Bodong (Tib. བོ་དོང་, Wyl. bo dong) is one of the smaller Tibetan Buddhist traditions. It is sometimes considered a branch of the Sakya tradition. It also propagated a specific Lamdre lineage that was later incorporated into the Sakya lineage. The tradition goes back to Bodong Rinchen Tsemo, however the teacher who is considered to be the founder was Bodong Penchen Lénam Gyelchok who had a seat at the Bodong E monastery. Je Tsongkhapa studied at Bodong E. Gyalsé Tokmé Zangpo also served as abbott at Bodong E.
- TBRC Profile
- Treasury of Lives Page
- Revival of the Bodong Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism: An Interview with Geshe Pema Dorjee
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- Bodong Research and Publication Centre
- Himalayan Art - Bodong Panchen Collected Works