Tenzin Chökyi Nyima

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Tenzin Chökyi Nyima (Tib. བསྟན་འཛིན་ཆོས་ཀྱི་ཉི་མ་,Wyl. bstan 'dzin chos kyi nyi ma), the Fourth Khamtrul Rinpoche (1730-1779/80) — an important Drukpa Kagyü master, student of Situ Panchen Chökyi Jungné. He wrote the Khampai Nyen Ngag Drelchen (Wyl. snyan ngag me long gi 'grel pa dbyangs can ngag gi rol mtsho), a highly respected commentary on Tibetan poetry, and a Pilgrim's Guide to the Kathmandu Valley (Wyl. kham sprul gnas yig).[1]

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Further Reading

  • Macdonald A.W. and Dvags-po Rin-po-che “A Little-Read Guide to the Holy Places of Nepal – Part II.” In Essays on the Ethnology of Nepal and South Asia, vol. II. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar Publishers, 1987.

Notes

  1. The pilgrimage guide has been translated into English and published as: Macdonald A.W. and Dvags-po Rin-po-che “A Little-Read Guide to the Holy Places of Nepal – Part II.” In Essays on the Ethnology of Nepal and South Asia, vol. II. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar Publishers, 1987.