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'''Karma Rinchen Dargye''', also known as '''Karmé Khenpo''', was recognized at an early age as the reincarnation of master of the Kagyu lineage whose seat was at the monastery of Karma Monastery in [[Kham]]. He observed monastic discipline with greatest diligence. A close disciple of [[Chokgyur Lingpa]] himself, and he was one of the main lineage holders of Chokgyur Lingpa's [[terma]]s.  He wrote many commentaries which have been  included in the'' [[Chokling Tersar]]'' collection, as well as his own collected works constitute four volumes.  
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'''Karma Rinchen Dargye''' ([[Wyl.]] ''karma rin chen dar rgyas''), also known as '''Karmé Khenpo''', was a nineteenth century master recognized at an early age as the reincarnation of master of the Kagyu lineage whose seat was at the monastery of Karma Monastery in [[Kham]]. He observed monastic discipline with greatest diligence. A close disciple of [[Chokgyur Lingpa]] himself, and he was one of the main lineage holders of Chokgyur Lingpa's [[terma]]s.  He wrote many commentaries which have been  included in the'' [[Chokling Tersar]]'' collection, as well as his own collected works constitute four volumes.  
  
 
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Karma Rinchen Dargye (Wyl. karma rin chen dar rgyas), also known as Karmé Khenpo, was a nineteenth century master recognized at an early age as the reincarnation of master of the Kagyu lineage whose seat was at the monastery of Karma Monastery in Kham. He observed monastic discipline with greatest diligence. A close disciple of Chokgyur Lingpa himself, and he was one of the main lineage holders of Chokgyur Lingpa's termas. He wrote many commentaries which have been included in the Chokling Tersar collection, as well as his own collected works constitute four volumes.