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The '''Four Jikmés''' were [[Jikmé Lingpa]]'s foremost disciples:
 
The '''Four Jikmés''' were [[Jikmé Lingpa]]'s foremost disciples:
  
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# [[Jikmé Ngotsar]] of Dzachukha
 
# [[Jikmé Ngotsar]] of Dzachukha
 
# Lopön Jikmé Küntröl, or [[Jikmé Kundrol Namgyal]] of Bhutan
 
# Lopön Jikmé Küntröl, or [[Jikmé Kundrol Namgyal]] of Bhutan
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There is an alternative list which lists the 'four Jigmes from Kham', where Jikmé Kundrol Namgyal of Bhutan is exchanged with [[Jikme Gocha]]:
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# Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer of Golok
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# Jikmé Gyalwé Nyugu of Dzachukha
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# Jikmé Ngotsar of Dzachukha
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# Jikme Gocha
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[[Category:Nyingma Masters]]
 
[[Category:Nyingma Masters]]

Latest revision as of 10:35, 5 January 2020

Jikme Lingpa and the Four Jikmes

The Four Jikmés were Jikmé Lingpa's foremost disciples:

  1. Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer of Golok
  2. Jikmé Gyalwé Nyugu of Dzachukha
  3. Jikmé Ngotsar of Dzachukha
  4. Lopön Jikmé Küntröl, or Jikmé Kundrol Namgyal of Bhutan

There is an alternative list which lists the 'four Jigmes from Kham', where Jikmé Kundrol Namgyal of Bhutan is exchanged with Jikme Gocha:

  1. Dodrupchen Jikmé Trinlé Özer of Golok
  2. Jikmé Gyalwé Nyugu of Dzachukha
  3. Jikmé Ngotsar of Dzachukha
  4. Jikme Gocha