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'''Sakyapa Sonam Gyaltsen''' ([[Wyl.]] ''sa skya pa bsod nams rgyal mtshan'') (1312-1375) - author of the famous historical work known as ''[[The Clear Mirror: A Royal Geneaology]]'' (''rgyal rabs gsal ba'i me long''). Among his teachers were [[Butön Rinchen Drup]], from whom he received the empowerment of [[Kalachakra]], and Drakpukpa Sönam Pal. He was one of the teachers of [[Jé Tsongkhapa]].  
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'''Sakyapa Sonam Gyaltsen''' ([[Wyl.]] ''sa skya pa bsod nams rgyal mtshan'') (1312-1375) - author of the famous historical work known as ''[[The Clear Mirror: A Royal Geneaology]]'' (''rgyal rabs gsal ba'i me long''). Among his teachers were [[Butön Rinchen Drup]], from whom he received the empowerment of [[Kalachakra]], and Drakpukpa Sönam Pal. He was a teacher of both [[Jé Tsongkhapa]] and [[Longchenpa]].  
  
 
==Further Reading==
 
==Further Reading==

Revision as of 21:20, 8 August 2009

Sakyapa Sonam Gyaltsen (Wyl. sa skya pa bsod nams rgyal mtshan) (1312-1375) - author of the famous historical work known as The Clear Mirror: A Royal Geneaology (rgyal rabs gsal ba'i me long). Among his teachers were Butön Rinchen Drup, from whom he received the empowerment of Kalachakra, and Drakpukpa Sönam Pal. He was a teacher of both Jé Tsongkhapa and Longchenpa.

Further Reading

  • Sakyapa Sonam Gyaltsen, The Clear Mirror: A Traditional Account of Tibet's Golden Age, translated by McComas Taylor and Lama Choedak Yuthok, Ithaca: Snow Lion, 1996
  • Sørensen, P.K., Tibetan Buddhist Historiography: The Mirror Illuminating the Royal Genealogies. An Annotated Translation of the XIVth Century Chronicle rGyal-rabs gsal-ba'i me-long, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 1994

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