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'''Tulku Jawa Alak''', aka '''Do-ngag Gyatso''', Ocean of Sutras and Tantras, (19th) was a disciple of [[Dudjom Lingpa]]. Tulku Jawa Alak advised [[Anam Wangchen]] to sponsor Dudjom Lingpa and request him to do a recitation practice for himself.
 
'''Tulku Jawa Alak''', aka '''Do-ngag Gyatso''', Ocean of Sutras and Tantras, (19th) was a disciple of [[Dudjom Lingpa]]. Tulku Jawa Alak advised [[Anam Wangchen]] to sponsor Dudjom Lingpa and request him to do a recitation practice for himself.
In one of his biographies<Ref>Dudjom Lingpa, ‘A Clear Mirror’, The Visionary Autobiography of a Tibetan Master’, The Outer Autobiography, translated by Chönyi Drolma, Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 2011 Page 83.</Ref>, Dudjom Lingpa says of Tulku Jawa Alak, “He is a lord among scholars”
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In one of his biographies<Ref>Dudjom Lingpa, ‘A Clear Mirror’, The Visionary Autobiography of a Tibetan Master’, The Outer Autobiography, translated by Chönyi Drolma, Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 2011 Page 83.</Ref>, Dudjom Lingpa says of Tulku Jawa Alak, “He is a lord among scholars”.
  
 
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Tulku Jawa Alak, aka Do-ngag Gyatso, Ocean of Sutras and Tantras, (19th) was a disciple of Dudjom Lingpa. Tulku Jawa Alak advised Anam Wangchen to sponsor Dudjom Lingpa and request him to do a recitation practice for himself. In one of his biographies[1], Dudjom Lingpa says of Tulku Jawa Alak, “He is a lord among scholars”.

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  1. Dudjom Lingpa, ‘A Clear Mirror’, The Visionary Autobiography of a Tibetan Master’, The Outer Autobiography, translated by Chönyi Drolma, Rangjung Yeshe Publications, 2011 Page 83.