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[[Image:KJP.jpg|thumb|'''Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok''' photo courtesy of Matthew Pistono]] '''Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok''' (1933-2004) ([[Wyl.]] ''skyabs rje 'jigs med phun tshogs rin po che'') was an incarnation of [[Tertön Sogyal]] Lerab Lingpa and an emanation of [[Mipham Rinpoche]]. He revealed a number of [[terma]]s in Tibet, Bhutan, China, Nepal and India. He played an extremely important role in the revival of [[Buddhism]] in Tibet after the Cultural Revolution. In the later part of his life more than 10,000 students gathered around him at [[Larung Gar]] in [[Sertar]] in Eastern Tibet.  
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[[Image:KJP.jpg|thumb|'''Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok''' photo courtesy of Matthew Pistono]] '''Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok''' ([[Wyl.]] '''jigs med phun tshogs rin po che'') (1933-2004) was an incarnation of [[Tertön Sogyal]] Lerab Lingpa and an emanation of [[Mipham Rinpoche]]. He revealed a number of [[terma]]s in Tibet, Bhutan, China, Nepal and India. He played an extremely important role in the revival of [[Buddhism]] in Tibet after the Cultural Revolution. In the later part of his life more than 10,000 students gathered around him at [[Larung Gar]] in [[Sertar]] in Eastern Tibet.  
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

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Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok photo courtesy of Matthew Pistono

Khenpo Jikme Phuntsok' (Wyl. jigs med phun tshogs rin po che) (1933-2004) was an incarnation of Tertön Sogyal Lerab Lingpa and an emanation of Mipham Rinpoche. He revealed a number of termas in Tibet, Bhutan, China, Nepal and India. He played an extremely important role in the revival of Buddhism in Tibet after the Cultural Revolution. In the later part of his life more than 10,000 students gathered around him at Larung Gar in Sertar in Eastern Tibet.

Further Reading

  • Karma Phuntso, H.H. Khenpo Jigme Phuntsho: A Tribute and a Translation, Journal of Bhutan Studies, 2004, Volume 11 Winter '04 Issue 11, pp. 129-136

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