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'''Chagdud Dogyal''' ([[Wyl.]] ''lcags mdud rdo rgyal'')--sixteenth century master from [[Nyarong]], is said to be the nephew of [[Chagdud Sherab Gyaltsen]] and to have established several monasteries including Akar Gon in 1627<ref>In the “a dkar gyi lo rgyus.” In Dkar Mdzes Khul Gyi Dgon Sde so So’i Lo Rgyus Gsal Bar Bshad Pa, 1:267–75. pe cin: krung go’i bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang, 1995.</ref>. When he was young he was thrown from a roof, but he was completely unscathed. Instead, he displayed miracle such as the imprint of the the lower part of his body in the rock where he landing. Since then he was called Dogyal ('Victorious over the rock').  
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'''Chagdud Dogyal''' (Tib. ལྕགས་མདུད་རྡོ་རྒྱལ་, [[Wyl.]] ''lcags mdud rdo rgyal'') — a sixteenth century master from [[Nyarong]], who is said to be the nephew of [[Chagdud Sherab Gyaltsen]] and to have established several monasteries including Akar Gon in 1627<ref>In the “a dkar gyi lo rgyus.” In ''dkar mdzes khul gyi dgon sde so so’i lo rgyus gsal bar bshad pa'', 1:267–75. pe cin: krung go’i bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang, 1995.</ref>. When he was young he was thrown from a roof, but he was completely unscathed. Instead, he displayed miracles such as an imprint of the lower part of his body on the rock where he landed. Since then he was called Dogyal ('Victorious over the rock').  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:10, 9 October 2019

Chagdud Dogyal (Tib. ལྕགས་མདུད་རྡོ་རྒྱལ་, Wyl. lcags mdud rdo rgyal) — a sixteenth century master from Nyarong, who is said to be the nephew of Chagdud Sherab Gyaltsen and to have established several monasteries including Akar Gon in 1627[1]. When he was young he was thrown from a roof, but he was completely unscathed. Instead, he displayed miracles such as an imprint of the lower part of his body on the rock where he landed. Since then he was called Dogyal ('Victorious over the rock').

References

  1. In the “a dkar gyi lo rgyus.” In dkar mdzes khul gyi dgon sde so so’i lo rgyus gsal bar bshad pa, 1:267–75. pe cin: krung go’i bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang, 1995.