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'''Khenpo Drayab Lodrö Gyaltsen''' ([[Wyl.]] ''brag g.yab blo gros rgyal mtshan'') (d. early 1960s?) - He came from Drayab Sakya Monastery. His main teachers were [[Öntö Khyenrab Chökyi Özer]], [[Gapa Khenpo Jamgyal]] and [[Gatön Ngawang Lekpa]] and [[Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö]]. He was the fifth khenpo at [[Dzongsar Shedra]], from ca. 1930-1935.
 
'''Khenpo Drayab Lodrö Gyaltsen''' ([[Wyl.]] ''brag g.yab blo gros rgyal mtshan'') (d. early 1960s?) - He came from Drayab Sakya Monastery. His main teachers were [[Öntö Khyenrab Chökyi Özer]], [[Gapa Khenpo Jamgyal]] and [[Gatön Ngawang Lekpa]] and [[Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö]]. He was the fifth khenpo at [[Dzongsar Shedra]], from ca. 1930-1935.
  
He taught just like Öntö Khyenrab Chökyi Özer, who, it is said, taught exactly like [[Khenpo Shenga]]. He spent many years in prison, were he was tortured, but he he taught his follow inmates whenever he had an opportunity.  
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He taught just like Öntö Khyenrab Chökyi Özer, who, it is said, taught exactly like [[Khenpo Shenga]]. He spent many years in prison, were he was tortured, but he taught his fellow inmates whenever he had an opportunity.  
  
 
===Wrtitings===
 
===Wrtitings===

Revision as of 09:38, 28 July 2008

Khenpo Drayab Lodrö Gyaltsen (Wyl. brag g.yab blo gros rgyal mtshan) (d. early 1960s?) - He came from Drayab Sakya Monastery. His main teachers were Öntö Khyenrab Chökyi Özer, Gapa Khenpo Jamgyal and Gatön Ngawang Lekpa and Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö. He was the fifth khenpo at Dzongsar Shedra, from ca. 1930-1935.

He taught just like Öntö Khyenrab Chökyi Özer, who, it is said, taught exactly like Khenpo Shenga. He spent many years in prison, were he was tortured, but he taught his fellow inmates whenever he had an opportunity.

Wrtitings

He composed a commentary on the ninth chapter of the Bodhicharyavatara. He also wrote a commentary to Sakya Pandita's Treasury of Valid Reasoning, which has not survived.

His Students