Lama Dondhup Chungma

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Lama Döndrup Chungma

Lama Döndrup Chungma (Wyl. bla ma don grub chung ma) (b.?-2019) was a practitioner of the Namkha Khyung Dzong Tradition—a sub-tradition of the Dudjom Tersar—which he received from the Second Degyal Rinpoche.

Based in Nepal, he spent more than 40 years in retreat. After Lama Döndrup Chungma passed away on September 9th, 2019, outstanding rainbows appeared in the sky. Later, when his body was cremated, more than a hundred relics were found in the ashes. Most of the relics were inserted in a stupa which was later built.[1].

Notes

  1. Post on Facebook by with Thinley Dorje Lama.