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'''Lala Sönam Chödrup''' ([[Wyl.]] ''glag bla bsod nams chos 'grub'') aka '''Khenchen Chödrup''' (1862-1944) and Rigtsal Dorje (''rig rtsal rdo rje'') was a scholar connected with [[Dzogchen Monastery]] who was regarded as a speech emanation of [[Dzogchen Pema Rigdzin]]. He studied at [[Shri Singha shedra]] and gained the title of [[khenpo]], but refused an appointment there, preferring to travel and continue his studies. He composed five volumes of writings, including a biography of [[Longchenpa]] and works on the ''[[Bodhicharyavatara]]'' and the ''[[Guhyagarbha Tantra]]''.  
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'''Lala Sönam Chödrup''' ([[Wyl.]] ''glag bla bsod nams chos 'grub'') aka '''Khenchen Chödrup''' (1862-1944) and '''Rigtsal Dorje''' (''rig rtsal rdo rje'') was a scholar connected with [[Dzogchen Monastery]] who was regarded as a speech emanation of [[Dzogchen Pema Rigdzin]]. He studied at [[Shri Singha shedra]] and gained the title of [[khenpo]], but refused an appointment there, preferring to travel and continue his studies. He composed five volumes of writings, including a biography of [[Longchenpa]] and works on the ''[[Bodhicharyavatara]]'' and the ''[[Guhyagarbha Tantra]]''.  
  
 
==Writings==
 
==Writings==

Revision as of 16:38, 2 October 2017

Lala Sönam Chödrup

Lala Sönam Chödrup (Wyl. glag bla bsod nams chos 'grub) aka Khenchen Chödrup (1862-1944) and Rigtsal Dorje (rig rtsal rdo rje) was a scholar connected with Dzogchen Monastery who was regarded as a speech emanation of Dzogchen Pema Rigdzin. He studied at Shri Singha shedra and gained the title of khenpo, but refused an appointment there, preferring to travel and continue his studies. He composed five volumes of writings, including a biography of Longchenpa and works on the Bodhicharyavatara and the Guhyagarbha Tantra.

Writings

  • Illuminating the Path to Liberation, A Commentary on the Aspiration of Sukhavati

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