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'''Khenpo Sangye Tendzin''' - A [[Sakya]] [[khenpo]] who lived at [[Guru Sakya Monastery]] in Ghoom, near Darjeeling, and was famous for his writings on the works of [[Sakya Pandita]], especially his commentary on the ''[[Sakya Lekshé]]'', which he wrote in 1972.
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'''Khenpo Sangye Tendzin''' - A [[Sakya]] [[khenpo]] who lived at [[Guru Sakya Monastery]] in Ghoom, near Darjeeling, and was famous for his writings on the works of [[Sakya Pandita]], especially his commentary on the ''[[Sakya Lekshé]]'', which he wrote in 1972. He gave the transmission of [[Kamalashila]]'s ''[[Stages of Meditation]]'' to [[His Holiness the Dalai Lama]].
  
 
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Khenpo Sangye Tendzin - A Sakya khenpo who lived at Guru Sakya Monastery in Ghoom, near Darjeeling, and was famous for his writings on the works of Sakya Pandita, especially his commentary on the Sakya Lekshé, which he wrote in 1972. He gave the transmission of Kamalashila's Stages of Meditation to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.