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'''Dza Mura Tulku''' (Tib. རྫ་མུ་ར་སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་, [[Wyl.]] ''rdza mu ra sprul sku '') aka '''Ritrö Rigdzin Gyatso''' (''ri khrod rig 'dzin rgya mtsho'') was a master of the first half of the twentieth century from [[East Tibet]], famous for organizing large gatherings dedicated to the recitation of [[Avalokiteshvara]]’s [[Mani mantra|six syllable mantra]] where tens of thousands of people would gather.  
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'''Fourth Dza Mura Tulku Pema Norbu''' (Tib. རྫ་མུ་ར་སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་པདྨ་ནོར་བུ་, [[Wyl.]] ''rdza mu ra sprul sku pad+ma nor bu'')(1918-1958) was a master of the first half of the twentieth century from [[East Tibet]], famous for organizing large gatherings dedicated to the recitation of [[Avalokiteshvara]]’s [[Mani mantra|six syllable mantra]] where tens of thousands of people would gather.
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In 1938 Terton Wangchuk (gter ston dbang phyug) and Mura Tulku Pema Norbu recognized [[Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok]] at the age of five as the incarnation of [[Tertön Sogyal]].
  
 
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Fourth Dza Mura Tulku Pema Norbu (Tib. རྫ་མུ་ར་སྤྲུལ་སྐུ་པདྨ་ནོར་བུ་, Wyl. rdza mu ra sprul sku pad+ma nor bu)(1918-1958) was a master of the first half of the twentieth century from East Tibet, famous for organizing large gatherings dedicated to the recitation of Avalokiteshvara’s six syllable mantra where tens of thousands of people would gather.

In 1938 Terton Wangchuk (gter ston dbang phyug) and Mura Tulku Pema Norbu recognized Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok at the age of five as the incarnation of Tertön Sogyal.

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