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'''Lushul Khenpo Könchok Drönme''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mkhan po dkon mchog sgron me'') (1859-1936) was a famous [[khenpo]] from [[Dodrupchen Monastery]]. He was a great learned master and accomplished adept. His teachers included [[Patrul Rinpoche]] and [[Orgyen Tendzin Norbu]]. Both [[Tare Lhamo]] and [[Tulku Thondup]] are counted among his reincarnations.
 
'''Lushul Khenpo Könchok Drönme''' ([[Wyl.]] ''mkhan po dkon mchog sgron me'') (1859-1936) was a famous [[khenpo]] from [[Dodrupchen Monastery]]. He was a great learned master and accomplished adept. His teachers included [[Patrul Rinpoche]] and [[Orgyen Tendzin Norbu]]. Both [[Tare Lhamo]] and [[Tulku Thondup]] are counted among his reincarnations.
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He was one of the famed '[[Four Khenpos of Dodrupchen Monastery]]'.
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==Writings==
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*a commentary on [[Yumka Dechen Gyalmo]], ''The Oral Transmission of the Awareness Holders: An Addendum to 'A Guide to Yumka' Spoken by the Lord Guru''
  
 
==Alternative Names==
 
==Alternative Names==
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*Dowa Khenpo
 
*Dowa Khenpo
 
*Konme Khenpo (Wyl. ''mkhan po mkon me'')
 
*Konme Khenpo (Wyl. ''mkhan po mkon me'')
*Lobzang Kunkhyap
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*Lobzang Kunkhyap (Wyl. ''blo bzang kun khyab)
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Latest revision as of 20:40, 15 August 2019

Lushul Khenpo Könchok Drönme (Wyl. mkhan po dkon mchog sgron me) (1859-1936) was a famous khenpo from Dodrupchen Monastery. He was a great learned master and accomplished adept. His teachers included Patrul Rinpoche and Orgyen Tendzin Norbu. Both Tare Lhamo and Tulku Thondup are counted among his reincarnations.

He was one of the famed 'Four Khenpos of Dodrupchen Monastery'.

Writings

  • a commentary on Yumka Dechen Gyalmo, The Oral Transmission of the Awareness Holders: An Addendum to 'A Guide to Yumka' Spoken by the Lord Guru

Alternative Names

  • Lushul Khenpo
  • Dowa Khenpo
  • Konme Khenpo (Wyl. mkhan po mkon me)
  • Lobzang Kunkhyap (Wyl. blo bzang kun khyab)

Further Reading

  • Tulku Thondup, Masters of Meditation and Miracles, edited by Harold Talbott (Boston: Shambhala, 1996), pages 230–236.