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'''Lowo Khenchen Sönam Lhundrup''' (Tib. གློ་བོ་མཁན་ཆེན་བསོད་ནམས་ལྷུན་གྲུབ་, [[Wyl.]] ''glo bo mkhan chen bsod nams lhun grub'') (1456-1532) born in [[Mustang]], was an important [[Sakya]] scholar and commentator on the works of [[Sakya Pandita]]. During the last part of his life he continued to propagate the [[Ngor ]]tradition of the Sakya teachings in Mustang and neighboring kingdoms.
 
'''Lowo Khenchen Sönam Lhundrup''' (Tib. གློ་བོ་མཁན་ཆེན་བསོད་ནམས་ལྷུན་གྲུབ་, [[Wyl.]] ''glo bo mkhan chen bsod nams lhun grub'') (1456-1532) born in [[Mustang]], was an important [[Sakya]] scholar and commentator on the works of [[Sakya Pandita]]. During the last part of his life he continued to propagate the [[Ngor ]]tradition of the Sakya teachings in Mustang and neighboring kingdoms.
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==
 
*E. Gene Smith, 'Glo bo Mkhan chen and Buddhist Logic in Tibet' in ''Among Tibetan Texts: History and Literature of the Himalayan Plateau'', Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2001
 
*E. Gene Smith, 'Glo bo Mkhan chen and Buddhist Logic in Tibet' in ''Among Tibetan Texts: History and Literature of the Himalayan Plateau'', Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2001
*Jowita Kramer. ''A noble Abbot from Mustang. Life and Works of Glo-bo mKhan-chen (1456-1532)'' (2008) 334p. ISBN: 978-3-902501-07-3.
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*Jowita Kramer. ''A noble Abbot from Mustang. Life and Works of Glo-bo mKhan-chen (1456-1532)'' (2008) 334p. ISBN 978-3-902501-07-3.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

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Lowo Khenchen Sönam Lhundrup

Lowo Khenchen Sönam Lhundrup (Tib. གློ་བོ་མཁན་ཆེན་བསོད་ནམས་ལྷུན་གྲུབ་, Wyl. glo bo mkhan chen bsod nams lhun grub) (1456-1532) born in Mustang, was an important Sakya scholar and commentator on the works of Sakya Pandita. During the last part of his life he continued to propagate the Ngor tradition of the Sakya teachings in Mustang and neighboring kingdoms.

Further Reading

  • E. Gene Smith, 'Glo bo Mkhan chen and Buddhist Logic in Tibet' in Among Tibetan Texts: History and Literature of the Himalayan Plateau, Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2001
  • Jowita Kramer. A noble Abbot from Mustang. Life and Works of Glo-bo mKhan-chen (1456-1532) (2008) 334p. ISBN 978-3-902501-07-3.

External Links