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'''Palyul Monastery''' (''dpal yul'') - One of the [[Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries]]. It was founded in either 1632 or 1665 by Rigdzin Kunzang Sherab, a disciple of [[Karma Chakmé]] and the [[Fifth Dalai Lama]]. The monastery specialized in the [[terma]] of [[Ratna Lingpa]] and the mind treasures (''gong ter'') of Tulku Mingyur Dorje (1645-67). It had about 600 monks before the Chinese invasion. The current head of Palyul Monastery is Drupwang [[Penor Rinpoche]].
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'''Palyul Monastery''' ([[Wyl.]] ''dpal yul'') — one of the [[Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries]]. It was founded in either 1632 or 1665 by [[Rigdzin Kunzang Sherab]], a disciple of [[Karma Chakmé]] and the [[Fifth Dalai Lama]]. The monastery specialized in the [[terma]] of [[Ratna Lingpa]] and the [[mind terma|mind treasure]]s (''gong ter'') of [[Tertön Mingyur Dorje|Tulku Mingyur Dorje]] (1645-67). It had about 600 monks before the Chinese invasion. The current head of Palyul Monastery is Drupwang [[Penor Rinpoche]].
  
 
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Revision as of 21:16, 22 September 2008

Palyul Monastery (Wyl. dpal yul) — one of the Six "Mother" Nyingma Monasteries. It was founded in either 1632 or 1665 by Rigdzin Kunzang Sherab, a disciple of Karma Chakmé and the Fifth Dalai Lama. The monastery specialized in the terma of Ratna Lingpa and the mind treasures (gong ter) of Tulku Mingyur Dorje (1645-67). It had about 600 monks before the Chinese invasion. The current head of Palyul Monastery is Drupwang Penor Rinpoche.

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