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'''Khenpo Yönten Gönpo''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mkhan po yon tan mgon po'') also known as '''Khenpo Gönri''' (1899-1959) — an important [[khenpo]] of [[Dzogchen Monastery]] who was one of the main disciples of [[Khenpo Shenga]] and also a student of the [[Fifth Dzogchen Rinpoche]], Kunga Palden and many other great masters. He was a teacher of the [[Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche]], [[Alak Zenkar Rinpoche]] and [[Tulku Kalzang]]. He passed away in 1959, shortly after the Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche. His writings include a famous commentary on ''[[Chanting the Names of Manjushri]]''.
 
'''Khenpo Yönten Gönpo''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mkhan po yon tan mgon po'') also known as '''Khenpo Gönri''' (1899-1959) — an important [[khenpo]] of [[Dzogchen Monastery]] who was one of the main disciples of [[Khenpo Shenga]] and also a student of the [[Fifth Dzogchen Rinpoche]], Kunga Palden and many other great masters. He was a teacher of the [[Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche]], [[Alak Zenkar Rinpoche]] and [[Tulku Kalzang]]. He passed away in 1959, shortly after the Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche. His writings include a famous commentary on ''[[Chanting the Names of Manjushri]]''.
  
 
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Khenpo Yönten Gönpo
The Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche with Khenpo Gönri

Khenpo Yönten Gönpo (Wyl. mkhan po yon tan mgon po) also known as Khenpo Gönri (1899-1959) — an important khenpo of Dzogchen Monastery who was one of the main disciples of Khenpo Shenga and also a student of the Fifth Dzogchen Rinpoche, Kunga Palden and many other great masters. He was a teacher of the Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche, Alak Zenkar Rinpoche and Tulku Kalzang. He passed away in 1959, shortly after the Sixth Dzogchen Rinpoche. His writings include a famous commentary on Chanting the Names of Manjushri.