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*Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on Intergration as Ground, Path and Goal' in ''The Journal of the Tibet Society'', Volume 5, 1985
 
*Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on Intergration as Ground, Path and Goal' in ''The Journal of the Tibet Society'', Volume 5, 1985
 
*Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on the Two Sātyas' in ''Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies'' 8.2, 1985
 
*Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on the Two Sātyas' in ''Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies'' 8.2, 1985
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*Padma Karpo Ngawang Norbu, ''The Practice of the Co-Emergent Mahamudra'', translated by Ven. Anzan Hoshin sensei, Ottawa: Great Matter Publications, 1991
  
 
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Pema Karpo

Künkhyen Pema Karpo (Wyl. pad ma dkar po) (1527-1592) – the fourth Gyalwang Drukpa. He was a great master of the Drukpa Kagyü school.

Writings

He composed 24 volumes of writings including a history of Buddhism and commentary on the Bodhicharyavatara.

Further Reading

  • E. Gene Smith, 'Padma dkar po and His History of Buddhism' in Among Tibetan Texts, Boston: Wisdom, 2001
  • Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on Tantra as Ground, Path and Goal' in The Journal of the Tibet Society, Volume 4, 1984
  • Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on Intergration as Ground, Path and Goal' in The Journal of the Tibet Society, Volume 5, 1985
  • Michael Broido, 'Padma Dkar-po on the Two Sātyas' in Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 8.2, 1985
  • Padma Karpo Ngawang Norbu, The Practice of the Co-Emergent Mahamudra, translated by Ven. Anzan Hoshin sensei, Ottawa: Great Matter Publications, 1991

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