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'''Drubwang Tsoknyi''' (1828/49-1904) — an emanation of [[Milarepa]]'s disciple, [[Rechungpa]], and the [[Nyingma]]pa [[tertön]] [[Ratna Lingpa]]. He was born in [[Nangchen]], Eastern Tibet, in the first half of the 19th century and was a contemporary of the three great lamas of the time: [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]], [[Jamgön Kongtrul]] and [[Chokgyur Lingpa]]. He fully mastered the practices of the [[Six Yogas of Naropa]] and became the principal guru for the 6th Khamtrul Rinpoche, Tenpa'i Nyima (1849-1907), and the great master [[Tokden Shakya Shri]]. He excelled in the yogas of the Nyingma tradition of Ratna Lingpa as well, which laid the foundation for establishing many nunneries of this special lineage, which was unique in Tibet.
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'''Drubwang Tsoknyi''' (1828/49-1904) — an emanation of [[Milarepa]]'s disciple, [[Rechungpa]], and the [[Nyingma]]pa [[tertön]] [[Ratna Lingpa]]. He was born in [[Nangchen]], Eastern Tibet, in the first half of the 19th century and was a contemporary of the three great lamas of the time: [[Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo]], [[Jamgön Kongtrul]] and [[Chokgyur Lingpa]]. He fully mastered the practices of the [[Six Yogas of Naropa]] and became the principal guru for the 6th [[Khamtrul Rinpoche Incarnation Line|Khamtrul Rinpoche]], Tenpa'i Nyima (1849-1907), and the great master [[Tokden Shakya Shri]]. He excelled in the yogas of the Nyingma tradition of Ratna Lingpa as well, which laid the foundation for establishing many nunneries of this special lineage, which was unique in Tibet.
  
 
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Drubwang Tsoknyi (1828/49-1904) — an emanation of Milarepa's disciple, Rechungpa, and the Nyingmapa tertön Ratna Lingpa. He was born in Nangchen, Eastern Tibet, in the first half of the 19th century and was a contemporary of the three great lamas of the time: Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo, Jamgön Kongtrul and Chokgyur Lingpa. He fully mastered the practices of the Six Yogas of Naropa and became the principal guru for the 6th Khamtrul Rinpoche, Tenpa'i Nyima (1849-1907), and the great master Tokden Shakya Shri. He excelled in the yogas of the Nyingma tradition of Ratna Lingpa as well, which laid the foundation for establishing many nunneries of this special lineage, which was unique in Tibet.

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